Conclusion: Thermaltake's Armor A90 is a good-looking gaming case that's hampered by its inability to hold oversized videocards such as the ATI Radeon HD 5970. If you don't use cards of that length (and are never planning to), the Armor A90 may well have you covered.
Pros: Sharp lines and asymmetric design give case an attractive appearance. Hole cut in motherboard tray allows mounting a CPU cooler from beneath.
Cons: Cannot fit longest video cards on the market. Front-panel ports are USB 2.0 only. PSU support bracket can be tricky to move. Semi-tool-free construction. Does not include brackets for installing 2.5-inch drives in 3.5-inch bays.
Summary: The Thermaltake Armor A90 makes one thing clear from the very beginning. The case is geared toward the gamer with a great looking design. The all black interior, bottom mounted PSU bay and anti-theft system all point towards that as well. Sure, the interior has not changed in the last year, as it still uses the same interior as the Element T and thus comes with all the same shortcomings.
Pros: Solid construction, Excellent design, Well placed I/O & buttons, Plenty of room for hard drives - up to six, Easy cable hiding makes for a really clean interior, Good airflow around the CPU, Fans are fairly quiet, Possibility to add three more fans, Real 3.5" drive bay, Plenty of space around the mainboard, Black interior, Informative packaging
Cons: Large graphics cards will not fit, No space for dual radiators inside, Expansion slot covers cannot be secured properly for transport, Bumps instead of real spacers on tray, No more thumb screws included, Tool-less system for HDD no good, No dust filter on side and inadequate one for the PSU intake area, Sharp edges in the PSU area, Water cooling holes not well placed & too small, Opening in mainboard tray too small