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Thermaltake Armor A60
8.5 out of 10

Thermaltake Armor A60

The world’s first SideClick EasySwap design for 3.5” HDD Bui Read more

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Overall 8

Thermaltake Armor A60 Case Video Review

24 November 2010
  • Summary: The Thermaltake Armor A60 Case is one of these products that many people will be interested in. It has what you should be looking for in a case and more. It comes with lots of drive bays, fans, hot swap drive, black interior, hole of the motherboard tray for coolers retention plate and countless...
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Overall 8
Value for money 7
Performance 9
Construction 8
Functionality 9
Appearance 9

Thermaltake Armor A60 Case VM20001W2Z

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20 October 2010
  • Conclusion: With support for up to 7 fans, you can be sure the components in your case are kept cool. Overall, the performance of this case is great. The two blue LED fans as well as the armor-like design makes this case's appearance a unique one - however it may not be for everyone.
  • Pros: SideClick functionality, Unique appearance, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 functionality
  • Cons: High Price, Heavy Weight
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Overall 8

Thermaltake Armor A60

19 October 2010
  • Summary: While the Thermaltake A60 manages to impress with the exterior look and well implemented design, it does seem to have a long list of drawbacks. Thermaltake has managed to port the cool and edgy design of the A90 to the A60, but has ignored a lot of the shortcomings.
  • Pros: Great design - well ported from the larger A90, Hot-swap bay could be useful, USB 3.0 connectivity, Three fans included, Plenty of space for large CPU coolers, Large opening in mainboard tray for easy access to backplates, Separate trays for hard drives, Extruded side panels for additional looks,...
  • Cons: Costs more than the A90, USB 3.0 implementation too basic - no adapter for internal connection to USB 2.0, Hot-swap bay still requires tools to use properly, Still the use of bumpers for mainboard installation instead of real spacers, Expansion slot covers cannot be secured properly for transport...
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