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Thermaltake VH6000BWS Armor+ Review

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Now for what we have all been waiting for - the testing phase! To test the Thermaltake Armor+, I am going to record the operating temperatures while idle and at load for the CPU, Chipset, Hard drive, and Video Card. To create a full load I used OCCT to push the CPU, chipset, and the memory, 3DMark06 for the Video Card and HDTune for the hard drive. To measure the temperatures I used CoreTemp, SpeedFan and HDTune's hard drive temperature reading. I also want to see how the Armor+ stands up to other cases on the market, so I will be comparing its test results to those of the Enermax Uber Chakra, and the Sigma Unicorn - all with the same hardware setup.


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Overall, the temperatures in each case were very close to one another. The chipset was a little toastier in the Armor+, but the graphics card was cooler, thanks to the optional fan for the PCI cards and the huge 230mm intake fan.


  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look ( The Working Components )
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing
  6. Conclusion
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