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Thermaltake Armor A90 case review

Get some major airflow with Thermaltake's cooling case

Our Verdict

Good quality build and serious cooling, affordable to more than just overclocking fanatics

For

  • Ultra-cool airflow
  • Solidly built
  • Enjoyably silly appearance

Against

  • Not for the fat-handed

If you're going to use a bunch of Thermaltake parts to build your system, it makes sense to start with a Thermaltake case. It's is a well-respected name among the high-performance PC crowd and its fans, PSUs and cooling equipment has earned it go-to-guy status for overclocking enthusiasts.

The Armor A90, like Corsair's 700D and CoolerMaster's HAF X, is a case aimed squarely at the high-end gaming and modding market and features two 120mm fans at the front and rear and a gargantuan 200mm top-mounted fan, creating an airflow to rival a wind tunnel.

Such breezy delights are to be expected from a brand like Thermaltake, who made its name in cooling, but the Armor A90 is more than just a box of fans.

A case priced in the same mid-range bracket of the Armor A90 needs to impress on the basis of aesthetics performance and functionality to stand out from the crowd, and Thermaltake certainly hasn't made a wallflower of a case in the Armor A90.

Tech Specs

Product TypeComputer Case
Number of External 3.5" Bays1
Number of External 5.25" Bays3
Number of Power Supplies InstalledNo
Number of Internal 3.5" Bays6
Front USBYes
Front Audio InYes
Front Audio OutYes
Number of Total Expansion Bays11
eSATAYes
Product FamilyArmor
ColourBlack
Brand NameThermaltake
Form FactorMid-tower
Motherboard SupportedATX, Micro ATX
Number of Fans Supported5
Number of Fans Installed3
Height502.9 mm
Width210.8 mm
Depth515.6 mm
ManufacturerThermaltake Technology Co., Ltd
Product ModelA90
Product NameArmor A90 Chassis
Product LineArmor
Manufacturer Part NumberVL90001W2Z
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://uk.thermaltake.eu
Weight (Approximate)8.21 kg