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ThermalTake Armor A90
Easy to work with, Great finish and design, Good stock fans, SSD ready, Plenty of room.
Very nice design, Good airflow, Plenty of room for installation, Effective cable management, Build quality, Bottom mounted PSU, Effective air intake filter, Mount for 2.5" drive, Motherboard installation simplified, Painted interior, Watercoolin
Excellent and durable build quality, Spacious interior, Toolfree drive installation, Toolfree panel removal via thumbscrews, 2.5" drive mounting option, Extra PSU security mounts, HighAirflow design, Bundled low noise fans, Side panel window (albeit small
Excellent airflow system, Lightweight construction, Toolless optical and hard drive bays, Stylish and cohesive exterior and interior design, Affordable price
Solid construction, Excellent design, Well placed I/O & buttons, Plenty of room for hard drives up to six, Easy cable hiding makes for a really clean interior, Good airflow around the CPU, Fans are fairly quiet, Possibility to add three more fans, Real 3.
Excellent black finish on the entire case, Window for CPU cooler changes, Some pre-sleeved wiring, Cohesive Design, Removable fan filters, Unique design, Angular power button
Distinctive look, Good cooling performance, Very quiet, Three large fans included, Four front USBs plus an eSATA, Nice, but small, side window, Well executed front panel and door
Quiet fans, Light weight
Unique look, Toolfree mounting system for 3.5” and 5.25” bays, Uses screws to hold PCI and PCIE expansion cards in place, Peripheral antitheft device and side panel padlock loops
Sharp lines and asymmetric design give case an attractive appearance. Hole cut in motherboard tray allows mounting a CPU cooler from beneath.
Unique design, Plenty of cooling, Room for 6 hard drives, Room for a 2.5inch hard drive.
Price, Tool less, All Black Interior, Unique design.
Front bezel is plastic.
PSU installation is made more difficult and time consuming, PSU air intake filter is subpar, Drive bay tool free catches are kind of pointless
Very little cable management options, Larger enthusiast GPUs will not fit if the 3.5" drive bays are completely populated, Solid front panel door negates the point of having meshed drive bay covers, No option to disable fan LEDs, silver
Bad power button location and design
Large graphics cards will not fit, No space for dual radiators inside, Expansion slot covers cannot be secured properly for transport, Bumps instead of real spacers on tray, No more thumb screws included, Toolless system for HDD no good, No dust filter on
Thin case material may allow vibrations to resonate, Door can only open one way, fine unless you have the case on your right side, No fan controller, No cable hiding solutions, Window is a little small
Loose quick locks on drive bays, Leds can't be turned off, CPU cooler mounting hole isn't big enough
No cable routing holes in motherboard tray, No included thumb screws for holding expansion cards in place, Find More Reviews @ TestFreaks
Cannot fit longest video cards on the market. Front-panel ports are USB 2.0 only. PSU support bracket can be tricky to move. Semi-tool-free construction. Does not include brackets for installing 2.5-inch drives in 3.5-inch bays.
No cable routing channels
Window is Minuscule if you are a Showoff
By TechReaction.net on June 22, 2011
The Thermaltake Armor A90 turned out to be a very impressive case. The overall look, with the angled lines and blue LED fans, won us over. The wire management was new to us, with the solution being to the side of the HDD bay, instead of behind the...-
By Overclockers Online on September 20, 2010
With the Armor A90, Thermaltake took a step away from the styling of past Armor series cases and if you ask me it’s a winner. The exterior use of triangular shapes helps liven things up without being too flashy. Inside the A90 is painted all in...-
By UMLan on September 17, 2010
I really like this case as it has allot to offer to a casual and even hard core gamers. Armor A90 stands strong in the crowd and would be a great addition to any gamer. It was super easy to install the whole system and even the motherboard. The...90
By Benchmark Reviews on September 07, 2010
In this section I am going to write a brief five point summary on the following categories; Performance, Appearance, Construction, Functionality and Value. These views are my own and help me to give the Thermaltake Armor A90 a rating out of 10, a...91
By Hi Tech Legion on September 01, 2010
The Thermaltake Armor A90 is a lot more attractive in person than the promotional photos show. This isn't the first time I have seen cases which aren't very photogenic but are very striking once you see them in person. Understandably however,...-
By TechwareLabs on August 17, 2010
The overall design is not overwhelming but it is also not a “cookie cutter” that can suit anyone. It will be up to individual’s own judgment. The consistent coloring from inside and out gives it extra professional look and I believe in...-
By Techgage on August 09, 2010
When I first pulled the A90 out of the box, I was somewhat underwhelmed by the simple looking design and even more underwhelmed by the wire management scheme chosen. While I can look past a somewhat plain design, I am a freak about wiring as a poor...95
By FutureLooks on August 03, 2010
The Armor A90 is a tribute to the hardcore gamer with the elite battle sense to push forward when others quit. A champion requires maximum performance from their system at all times. And, even as temperatures rise both in battle and within your...85
By LanOC Reviews on July 18, 2010
For $99, this mid-tower has a lot to offer; an aggressive and stylish design, room for more fans, and it's relatively spacious. It was pretty nice to see that Thermaltake included an eSATA port, which will probably make a cheap alternative to a...80
By APH Networks on July 16, 2010
If you think us computer/electronic reviewers are some kind of epic technogeeks with out-of-this-world powers composed of a completely different set of DNA than the general consumer, then you are only viewing a small part of a big picture. Yes, we do...75