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Thermaltake VH6000BWS Armor+ Review

ajmatson    -   May 27, 2008
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Conclusion:

Temperatures were about average in the Thermaltake Armor+, with the exception of the video card - which was helped by the 230mm intake fan and the optional PCI card fan. The case has enough room for any system builder, and is certified for NVIDIA's Tri-SLI, so there will be no cramping here. The removable motherboard tray is great feature, and should be standard in all computer cases. If removed, the two hard drive cages at the bottom of the Armor+ leave enough room to install a two-fan liquid cooling radiator, so you are not stuck with the LCS if you choose to go with an aftermarket liquid cooling setup. The number of 5.25" bays lets you expand your hardware to your hearts' content, as long as your motherboard can handle it. The case is quite heavy, so you might not be toting it to LAN parties. However, the included tool boxes are great places to stow away important screws or other items. If you are looking for a full tower case, you will not be disappointed with the Thermaltake Armor+. The in-case temperatures were average, but features are abundant and this roomy case makes installation and maintenance a snap.

 

Pros:

  • Spacious interior
  • Removable HDD cages for optional cooling
  • Tool-less design
  • Optional Liquid Cooling System
  • Full tower design
  • Competitive pricing

 

Cons:

  • Too many "optional" fans that should have been included

 

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  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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