ThermalTake Armor A30

  • ThermalTake Armor A30
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The Armor A30 is the eighth addition to the Armor family, featuring one of the most aggressive designs we've seen on a compact chassis.

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By TechSpot on 90

The Thermaltake Armor A30 is a rather unique product in a positive way, a hard to achieve feat in today's computer case industry. Thermaltake has effectively shrunk a full size ATX case into a microATX case, while still supporting a vast majority of h

By AnandTech on

It's pretty clear on our side of the fence that smaller enclosures and leaner builds are increasingly becoming the way to go for most users these days, with even die hard enthusiasts drawn to these smaller cases if for no other reason than to see...

By Kitguru.net on 80

A very well featured small form factor...

By Fudzilla on

It’s no secret that Thermaltake is quite proud of its Armor 30 case and today we’ll find out why. As the name suggests, the Armor A30 belongs to the Armor series, notable for sharp corners and sturdy chassis. However, you could just as well...

By Bigbruin on

If you are looking for a small form factor case to take to LAN parties or just to save space, the Thermaltake Armor A30 is a great option. It has the features that are needed in an enthusiast level case, including a USB 3.0 port, SSD support, room...

By eTeknix on

There is an ever increasing market for small form factor cases as consumers demand smaller PCs to fulfil their space requirements. Small form factor cases are perfect for people who want to build a home theatre PC or even for people who don't have a...

By TechRadar on 70

The Thermaltake Armor A30 is a small PC case. While huge PC chassis – such as the Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer – have a lot going for them, smaller cases also have many good points too.The Thermaltake Armor A30 is a...

By TweakNews on

Thermaltake's mATX entry in the Armor series, the A30, is an interesting and robust case targeted at gamers who occasionally may wish to schlep their machines to a lan party or other gaming event. It has, however, proved to be a mixed bag when...

By Neoseeker on

The overall design of the Armor A30 is awesome. The most notable features is support for longer graphics cards, up to three 3.5" and two 2.5" hard drives, and two 5.25" optical drives With support for µATX motherboards, it can house everything...

By Icrontic on

I really liked the Armor A90 when it was reviewed, and my opinion of it has only improved over time. The Armor A30 is another top-notch product in the series. While its assembly quirks can be a little difficult to work with at first, those are...

By Expert Reviews on 80

The A30 is a compact and quiet case with room for powerful components - if you like the heavy gamer-styling...

By Motherboards.org on

This is the new Armor A30 case from Thermaltake. The A30 is a micro-ATX case that features a modular design that is built for gaming. This case has windows on either side and is small enough for Lanparties. You will see in this review that...

By Overclockers Club on

The Thermaltake Armor A30 case should be in a class of its own. The number of features packed into that small of a chassis is amazing. Not only can it accommodate up to a generous mATX motherboard, but you can also squeeze in a full size graphics...

By BCCHardware on 82

Thermaltake has been making cases for many years now and they have a wide range of chassis offerings that range from budget mid-tower cases to very expensive full tower designs. Today we are looking at the shortest of their Armor series - namely the...

By Ninjalane on

The Thermaltake A30 is clearly targeted at gamers if not LAN party enthusiasts directly. The all black SFF design does little to hide the modular chassis' ability to hold a full size build with only the micro/mini ATX motherboard limiting the...

By APH Networks on 77

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By OverClock Intelligence Agency on

Whether you are looking for a smaller chassis for your main computer, an easily portable gaming system or a unique looking HTPC, the Thermaltake Armor A30 would make a nice selection in any of these circumstances.The aggressive design falls right in...

By Hardware Secrets on

The Thermaltake Armor A30 is clearly targeted to users that want to build a small yet powerful PC, and we liked its construction quality. The only thing that could be better is the price, but we think it is fair for users building a high-end PC.Strong...

By Pro-Clockers on

It takes a clever team of individuals to put together a good small form factor case. Styling, interior arrangement and functionality all comes into play. Thermaltake has done a fine job in each of these aspects. The A30 definitely defines the gaming...

By Vortez on

On the whole I've been nicely surprised by the A30. It's well built, is quite nicely thought out and provides some good features to the end user.I do have reservations though and these specifically relate to two things - the first is the price...