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Thermaltake Armor Jr.


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About the Product

The Armor Jr. steel/aluminum tower case measures 210 x 478 x 495 mm, and features 5 5.25" bays, 6 3.5" bays (4 internal), 2 120 mm cooling fans, and 7 expansion slots. Supports standard and micro ATX motherboards. PSU not included. Available in black and silver colors.


Thermaltake Armor Jr. Reviews Rating: 80 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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Big Bruin 4/5 May 24 '06
Bjorn3D  --- May 19 '06
HardwareXL 4/5 Sep 25 '06  --- Oct 29 '07
Overclock Intelligence Agency  --- Jun 04 '06
PC Perspective  --- Jun 26 '06
PCApex  --- May 31 '06  --- Apr 28 '06
techFEAR  --- Dec 18 '06  --- Jun 20 '06
XYZ Computing  --- Sep 21 '06
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Thermaltake Armor Jr. Roundups and Shootouts

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Thermaltake Armor Jr. Review X-bit labs -- Jan 15 '07

Big Bruin on May 24 '06

"Although it is quite an attractive Aluminum case, it doesn't include a power supply, and $130 seems a bit higher than other cases that I perceive as being direct competition. The Armor Junior does..."

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Bjorn3D on May 19 '06

"Thermaltake Armor Jr offers a lot of things we've seen in super tower Armor model. Even more, you get lightweight and compact design with similar looks and functionality including BTX / Tt BigWater..."

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"While I would not recommend this case for an ultra high end build as you should always be looking at a full size tower. I can confidently recommend this case to anyone building a mid range to..."

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Overclock Intelligence Agency on Jun 05 '06

"Overall I really like this case. It has a lot of great features that should appeal to everyone such as the tool-less drive rails, modular front panel, removable hard drive cage and top-mounted..."

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PC Perspective on Jun 26 '06

"The Thermaltake Armor Jr. mid-tower enclosure offers a lot of the same great style, features and functionality of the original Armor full-tower case but in a smaller, lighter, and less expensive..."

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