Thermaltake Armor A90 PC Case keeps it edgy

by Rafael Hernandez on May 19, 2010 · 0 comments

There’s mounting evidence that gamers prefer a case that’s stealthy and angular with plenty of airflow to cool down their high-power components…or at least that’s what case manufacturers want you to believe.

The Thermaltake Armor A90 PC Case sport all of those design ideas yet manages to stay somewhat modest. Hardware Secrets has the review:

In Figure 3 you can see the front panel from Armor A90. The two big black parts look like they are meshed, but this doesn’t happen. The bottom part is vented, as you can see, with a 120-mm fan behind it. This fan glows blue when turned on, spinning at 1,000 rpm and producing a 16 dBA noise level. This fan comes with a standard peripheral power  connector so you can’t install it on your motherboard to monitor its speed. An air filter is present between this fan and the front panel.

A nice design for a “gamer” case with plenty of fan mounting options.

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