|Thermaltake Armor A90 VL90001W2Z|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by Steven Iglesias-Hearst|
|Wednesday, 08 September 2010|
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Thermaltake Armor A90 Case Review
Thermaltake is one of those companies that constantly pumps out fresh designs, if there is a hole in the market then Thermaltake will be there. The current market trend in gaming cases that I have observed lately is an extravagant exterior, a painted interior and a bottom mounted PSU. Thermaltake have Introduced the Armor A90 VL90001W2Z Mid Tower Case into the enthusiast segment priced competitively at $79.99 and if you do your shopping you can get a better deal still. Along with a great exterior design, a fully painted exterior and a bottom mounted PSU, the Thermaltake Armor A90 also gives you a place to mount your 2.5" SSD/HDD, tool free drive installation for three 5.25" drives and six 3.5" HDD's, a front door covering your optical drive bays, support for watercooling and an easily removable front panel with removable air intake filter.
There are a lot of things that make up a great case, design and aesthetics are a great starting point, equally as important are build quality, great airflow and good cable management. Benchmark reviews aims to provide you an unbiased review of the Armor A90 pointing out not only the good but also the bad too, after all, nothing is perfect. What is good for me may not be good for you, but for $79.99 there wont be much better.
Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article has been provided by Thermaltake.
Thermaltake Armor A90 Features
Thermaltake Armor A90 Specifications