Thermaltake Armor A90 Mid-Tower PC Case Review
Specifications and Packaging
Thermaltake Armor A90 Mid-Tower ATX Case Specifications (taken from Thermaltake's website)
Case Type: Mid Tower
Front Bezel Material: Plastic
Color: Black Interior, BlackExterior
Side Panel: Transparent Window
Motherboard Support: Standard ATX, Micro ATX
5.25" Drive Bay: 3
Ext. 3.5" Drive Bay: 1 x 3.5" with 5.25" converter
Int. 3.5" Drive Bay: 6 (with 1 x 2.5" HDD/SSD)
Expansion Slots: 7
Front I/O Ports: 4 x USB2.0, 1 x e-SATA, HD Audio ports
-Front (Intake) :
120 x 120 x 25 mm Blue LED fan, 1000rpm, 16dBA;
120 x 120 x 25 mm (optional) or 200 x 200 x 20 mm (optional)
-Rear (Exhaust) :
120 x 120 x 25 mm TurboFan, 1000rpm, 16dBA
-Top (Exhaust) :
200 x 200 x 20 mm Blue LED fan, 800rpm, 15dBA
-Side (Intake) :
120 x 120 mm (optional)
Liquid Cooling Capable: Yes
Liquid Cooling Embedded: No
Power Supply Supported : Standard ATX PSII
Dimensions (H*W*D): 502 (H) x 210(W) x 515 (L) mm or 19.8 (H) x 8.3 (W) x 20.3 (L) inch
Net Weight: 8.2 Kg (18.1 Lb)
Warranty: 3 Year
The Thermaltake Armor A90 is packaged in a standard cardboard shipping container, but includes a unique graphic design that also features a gorgeous studio photo of the case on the front panel. There's also a weird looking character next to it, but overall the graphics and presentation is outstanding.
The back panel gives consumers the full features and specifications they need to making their purchasing decisions. Thermaltake really focused on the case's airflow system as well as some of the external and internal features that will attract people to this case.
The case itself is secured between two pieces of thick foam and wrapped in a plastic bag. The user manual is located right on top for users who want to learn more about the case before installing hardware in it. This type of shipping container is very common and ensures the product arrives without any damage or scratches.
Here's a quick pic of the shipping foam and plastic bag that the Armor A90 was shipped in. It's nothing special, but consumers should appreciate it when a product arrives on time and without any defects.
Thermaltake didn't bundle many accessories with the Armor A90 to keep the price down for consumers. They included a small bag of motherboard standoffs, speaker, and screws to secure the motherboard and hard drives. Lastly, they added a detailed black and white user manual that includes installation instructions.