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Thermaltake Armor Extreme Edition Quad FX Case Review

Former staff writer    -   September 25, 2007
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Closer Look:

 

Working Components:

Being constructed of 100% aluminum, it's easy to get a whole bunch of fingerprints on it and also has an abundance of working parts. The motherboard tray is non-removable, and covers the whole width and length of the interior case. The external and internal drive bays are also tool-less for easy installation.

 

 

The back panel of the case contains a 120mm exhaust fan and seven expansion slots which are also tool-less. Above the stabilization bar is a removable hard drive tray, which has a fan behind it to cool the drives off, if you choose to place your hard drives up-top instead of in the front internal HD bays. The front hard drive bay is removable and will be shown in the installation section.

 

 

 

Other components of the case are the wiring to connect the external USB ports, Firewire and Audio I/O. Included in the bundle are all the screws you will need, the top blow hole fan and a PSU stabilization bar.

 




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look Continued (The Case)
  3. Closer Look Continued (Working Components)
  4. Installation
  5. Specifications & Features
  6. Testing
  7. Testing Continued (Temperatures)
  8. Testing Continued (Motherboard and CPU)
  9. Testing Continued (Case Temperatures)
  10. Testing Continued (Air Flow)
  11. Testing Continued (Inside Air Flow)
  12. Conclusion
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