Thermaltake Armor A30 mATX Case Review

Conclusion
The Thermaltake Armor is one of the best micro ATX cases I have worked with in a long time. Offering a lot of room to fit just about any graphics card out there into it. Installing devices and everything into it was a breeze. I really like how they made it where you don’t need any tools at all to get into the case at all just a few thumbscrews on the back and your set. The size of the case is great since its nice, small and portable. With everything I installed it became kind of heavy but then again I overloaded the case with components and hard drives. The one problem I encountered was with was the power button. It is plastic and doesn’t seem like its lined up and has to be pressed in at a side angle. Then the other area I found was a pain was after installing the power supply there is like half a inch between that and the DVD drive. It was hard to hide the cables and make everything look nice, just took more time than it normally should. But after everything was completed and getting the water cooling installed and going, I am overall very happy.

I would like to also add that we here at ThinkComputers where the first people to install a water cooling system in to the Thermaltake Armor A30.

Overall ThinkComputers gives the Thermaltake Armor A30 Case a 9 out of 10 score . Currently you can find this case online for $119 at my favorite online retailer.

Pros:
– Great for LAN parties
– Solid design
– Fits full sized graphics
– Great cooling
– Able to install AIO water cooling units

Cons:
– Power Button
– Tight fit even with a smaller power supply