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Thermaltake Armor A90

Posted June 7, 2010 by Jake in Cases & PSU







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by Jake
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The Thermaltake ARMOR A90 looks sharp with its angular aesthetic and blue LED fans.  The all-black “bulletproof” armor design with metal mesh elements and an reinforced front door lend the ARMOR A90 a very stylish appearance that will likely appeal to gamers.  A special lock mechanism for your mouse and keyboards ensures that you’ll always stay in arms.

The interior size is more than adequate and has a nice layout.  We found that hidden compartment a great idea making our cable management easy to work with. The thermal characteristic for the Thermaltake ARMOR A90 chassis is more than sufficient for moderate overclocking and don’t forget about the liquid cooling opportunities with this chassis.  The only real downside of the interior is the motherboard cutout for the CPU isn’t nearly wide enough for all socket types.

The ARMOR A90’s features are well executed and insured by the build quality of Thermaltake.  This is their newest offering from their “Armor Series” line meaning the ARMOR A90 has the best features from of all their “gaming” cases.  Therefore we are able to recommend this sweet chassis that is offered by Thermaltake at a very reasonable price. A search on the web reveals that the Thermaltake ARMOR A90 is available with an average price of $100 USD. However, we have it on very good authority that Thermaltake will soon be having a nice promotion with Newegg, Fry’s, and Microcenter and will soon find the ARMOR A90 on sale for about $65 to $70 USD.

The aesthetics are very nice, the features are solid, the cooling is impressive particularly if a side intake fan is installed for the graphics card, and the price is right. Considering what you get at for the price here, the Thermaltake ARMOR A90 is a great deal.

Thermaltake Armor A90



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