Summary: This case is only a mid tower but compares in size to many full tower cases. TONS of room for building the pc of your dreams. You can't beat this case for quality. This keeps your components cool and anyone who knows computers knows that is the name of the game. Also gives you the option to add fans if you need to later ( fans are cheap to buy). I have done many builds and this is my favorite case.
Summary: BRILLIANT ... already have a Thermaltake Tower Case , this was for new system, Impressed with the back side where you can hide wiring away, looks are very sleek Very easy to install your motherboard cards H/D etc .. the click system for hard drives is brilliant, love the blue from the huge fans, my running temp has fallen, very sturdy case, all-in-all very impressed would highly recommend this product.
Summary: I give this case a four star rating because first and foremost it is a absolutely fantastic case. Great airflow, wide enough to fit a aftermarket cpu cooler with no problem(I am currently using a stock cooler), and enough space for a long power supply and graphics cards. A few minor problems like there being no sound suppression and no handle to ease carrying are not big problems and if you care about these then there are plenty of other great cases out there to buy.
Summary: I was looking at the armor revo snow edition but they was sold out everywhere so i ended up getting the black version. This is a great case, plenty of room for my noctua nh-d14 and r9 290 tri-x :).... the cable management is great and loads of slots for HDD and drives etc.. which is totally screw-less. Another thing i like is the dust filters which just slide out... vac and your done. All in all this is a well built case with plenty of extras.
Summary: This is a sturdy well thought out case with plenty of air volume and flow to keep even the biggest of beasts at bay. Only gripe is they could have made all the drive bays hot swap for easy removal and fitting instead of just trays, while the trays are nice, it kind of defeats the purpose, if your having to run and connect all the cables behind manually, the external hot swap is a nice feature if you need it otherwise its a dust trap.
Summary: I bought the Thermaltake Armor revo case to replace my aging (over 11 years old) one and I'm really impressed with it. After I had removed all the componants from the old tower and put them to one side I then unpacked this one. What a beast! It weighs 25lbs empty (11 kgs) and it's all matt black finish. The installation of the componants was a breeze. It's almost a tooless case, you do need a screw driver to fit the motherboard and graphics card but the rest is simple.