Thermaltake Armour A90 Gaming Chassis Review

PC gaming is synonymous with LEDs, windows, and black cases. There are thousands of gaming case designs so sometimes standing out from the crowd can be difficult. Thermaltake has been a pioneer in the enthusiast and gaming world. No matter how many high end cases they release there is an equal amount of budget cases for the average consumer with a small bank roll. The new Armor A90 Gaming chassis is one such case so let’s break open the packaging and get a good look at this budget king:

 

Provided by: Thermaltake

Price:$99.99

Closer Look:

 

 

 

 

Specifications and Features:

Black “bulletproof” armor design with metal mesh elements
Top and front blue LED-fan enhancing combat ambience
Massive protective front door for drive access
Bottom based PSU for optimized cooling
Big triangular side panel window & 120mm side panel VGA cooling opening
LC ready! 2 x liquid cooling punch out holes

 

 

 

Angle View
Front View
Top View
Left Side View

 

 

 

USB 2.0 x 4, eSATA x 1, HD Audio

Easy access Power/Reset button

Punch out holes for liquid cooling system

Security lock for keyboard & mouse for Lanparty event

PSU dust filter

 

Tool-free for mounting 5.25” drive bays

Tool-free for mounting hard drives

Screws for PCI slots for secure transportation

Conclusion:

Essentially you are getting a lot of full tower options in a budget mid tower case. The Thermaltake A90 is very unique in its aesthetics and for the most part a pretty decent performer. It is very reminiscent of 80’s sci-fi and one might go as far to say that it is your very own black crystal fortress of solitude. I have always liked Thermaltakes products and this one is no different, Thermaltake should be proud of this case.

Would I recommend this case? Yes, if you are looking for a case with all the features of a typical case but don’t want the cookie cutter design of the majority, then the Thermaltake A90 is the perfect choice for you.

Pros:

  • Price
  • Tool less
  • All Black Interior
  • Unique design

Cons:

  • Window is Minuscule if you are a Show-off

 


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