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Thermaltake Armor A90 Mid-Tower PC Case Review

Manufacturer: Thermaltake

Introduction and Features

Thermaltake brings high-tech style to market with Armor A90

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The days of window-less and beige PC cases are over and the age of aluminum, steel, mesh, acrylic, and LEDs reign supreme in today's mid-tower PC case market. Thermaltake has taken this evolution in case design a step further with the Armor A90 by adding multiple dimensions that create a stylish and revolutionary 3D surface that should appeal to gamers and PC enthusiasts.

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The Armor A90's interior is equally as impressive as its exterior and includes enough room for three optical drives, seven 3.5" devices, and one 2.5" solid state drive. All of the 5.25" and 3.5" drives include a tool-less design to secure devices without any screws. The chassis is painted black to match the exterior paneling and Thermaltake included a small window on the left side panel that adds to the case's unique architecture.

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Another common trend we've noticed in PC cases is the use of multiple fan configurations to pull heat away from your hardware. The Armor A90 is no exception and includes two 120mm fans on the front and back panels, and Thermaltake also included a large 200mm fan on the top panel to act as a blowhole to increase heat dissipation.

They also added space for one more 120mm on the left side panel.



  • 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

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