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Hot swap, Front panel USB3, Cooling
Great cooling solution, Practical design, Stock fans run quiet, USB 3.0 support.
USB 3.0 and eSATA front ports, SideClick EasySwap hard drive dock, Lots of cooling options, Some integrated standoffs, Dual water cooling ports, Tool-less 5.25" and 3.5" hard drive installation
Great looking, Quiet 200mm and 120mm LED fans, Compact in size but with great space inside, Small on the outside, big on the inside, Hot swappable drive bay, USB 3.0 front port, Screwless mechanisms for 5.25" and internal 3.5" drives, Hole in the motherbo
Great design well ported from the larger A90, Hotswap bay could be useful, USB 3.0 connectivity, Three fans included, Plenty of space for large CPU coolers, Large opening in mainboard tray for easy access to backplates, Separate trays for hard drives, Ext
Great Cooling Options, Quiet 200mm and 120mm LED fans, Tool Less Design, Unique Panel Designs, Side Mounted Hot-Swap Bay
SideClick functionality, Unique appearance, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 functionality.
Distinctive look, Good cooling performance, Quiet, USB 3.0, Hotswap bay, Three large fans included, Nice, but small, side window, Well executed front panel.
USB 3.0 port, Hot Swap Drive Bay, Black Interior, Armored Design.
Price, Design, Fan Expansion, Blue LEDs, Build Quality.
Small CPU cooler installation hole, No cable management holes, Leds can't be turned off
USB 3.0 takes one slot from motherboard, SideClick HDD swap bays sticks out of chassis
Motherboard tray hole for CPU access does't line up properly with all motherboards, Can't turn off LEDs on fans, USB 3.0 cable hard-wired to front port, Only one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 front port, 2.5" hard drive installation requires screws
Thin SECC metal used throughout, No antivibration mechanism for the hard disk drives, Delicate drive bay locking trays
Costs more than the A90, USB 3.0 implementation too basic no adapter for internal connection to USB 2.0, Hotswap bay still requires tools to use properly, Still the use of bumpers for mainboard installation instead of real spacers, Expansion slot covers c
Thin SECC metal used throughout, Window is rather small, Unnecessary honeycomb venting
High Price, Heavy Weight
Single front USB 2.0 port, Very limited accessory package, Drive caddies could use some work, Few cable management aids.
Missing some toolfree installation components
Not a big fan of the new HDD Bay Toolless Style
By Metku.net on May 08, 2011
Overall the Armor A60 is a pretty similar case with the A90 we saw earlier. Anyway all the changes between these two models are for the better and especially the sideways hot swap bay is a nice touch. The other differences include sideways HDD bays...
By Tbreak.com on January 14, 2011
It’s not often that one finds themselves hunting for a new computer chassis to setup the innards of their machine, more than any other component, this is the one that we replace/upgrade the least. Most people will spend a lot less time researching...
By Neoseeker on December 16, 2010
The Thermaltake Armor A60 case left me with mixed feelings. On one hand it has high-end features such as USB 3.0 support, an EasySwap HDD design, easy installation, can support up to ten 3.5” drives, plus support for large high-end graphics cards....
By Bigbruin on December 13, 2010
The Armor A60 mid-tower case has the quality and features that people expect from Thermaltake. The interior is roomy and will fit almost all modern video cards, with the exceptions being maybe some of the newer ATI cards. The inclusion of USB 3.0,...
By CDRinfo on December 09, 2010
Let's sum up this brief article with some thoughts on the Thermaltake Armor A60 case. First of all, the case has been carefully designed both internally and externally, with the the paint work to be first class belying the budget pricing. There are...
By TechReaction.net on November 24, 2010
Thermaltake has an extremely solid case in the Armor A60. The feature rich case is at a perfect pricing point (MSRP $89.99). The addition of the dust filters was a great thing to see in the case as more and more people start to care about the mess...
By XtremeComputing on October 26, 2010
ThermalTake have once again created a desirable case – the Armor A60 provides good potential for airflow, plenty of room for HDDs and keeps a very good looking, angular style about it. However, it’s a shame to see that ThermalTake have...
By techPowerUp! on October 19, 2010
While the Thermaltake A60 manages to impress with the exterior look and well implemented design, it does seem to have a long list of drawbacks. Thermaltake has managed to port the cool and edgy design of the A90 to the A60, but has ignored a lot of...
By Ninjalane on October 18, 2010
When looking for an inexpensive case many people tend to overlook the important things like construction and focus on features like which one comes with the most fans or has the shiniest paintjob. While many of these cases will do a decent job you...
By Benchmark Reviews on September 22, 2010
With support for up to 7 fans, you can be sure the components in your case are kept cool. Overall, the performance of this case is great. The two blue LED fans as well as the armor-like design makes this case's appearance a unique one - however it...
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