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It is a series of computer cases from Thermaltake utilizing optimized thermal management, usable in a variety of situations.

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Pros

Case fans are quiet and pretty effective.

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Sliding motherboard tray for easier system installation.

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Plenty of room for everything you could possibly need - optical drives, hard drives, graphics cards.

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Very solid, sturdy construction.

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Well-configured for both air- and water-cooling setups.

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Cons

Very heavy at just under 40 lbs.

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Fairly difficult to install a larger PSU.

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Tool-less PCI-E design makes it a bit awkward to install some longer GPUs.

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The Armor is a series of computer cases from Thermaltake utilizing optimized thermal management, usable in a variety of situations.  The standard Armor case is 20.9 H x 8.7 W x 22.0 D in and weighs 35.7 lbs.  It supports standard, micro, and extended ATX motherboards, as well as BTX boards.  The standard Armor case supports 10 5.25" drive bays, 2 external 3.5" bays, 6 internal 3.5" bays, and 7 expansion slots.  It features an aluminum front bezel and a transparent side window, and a front I/O panel with connections for 2 USB 2.0 ports, a Firewire port, and speaker output.  The standard Armor case supports but does not include a standard ATX PSII power supply.  The cooling system utilizes a front intake/rear exhaust blue-LED fan setup, as well as a top exhaust fan.  It retails on average for $169.99 US$.

Features
  • Dimensions:  20.9 H x 8.7 W x 22.0 D
  • Weight:  35.7 lbs
  • Material:  1.0mm Steel (SECC)
  • 5.25" Bays:  10
  • External bays:  2
  • Internal bays:  6
  • Expansion Slots:  7
  • Motherboard Support:  ATX (Standard, Micro, Extended), BTX
  • Powersupply Support:  ATX PSII
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