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Thermaltake Armor+ MX


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This steel/aluminum tower case measures 605 x 660 x 250 mm. It features 5 5.25" drive bays, 5 3.5" drive bays (4 internal) and 7 PCI expansion slots. It supports standard/micro ATX form-factor motherboards. Front panel I/O ports. PSU not included. 1 230 mm and 2 120 mm fans included.


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

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AMD Zone 96% May 28 '08
Bjorn3D 7/10 Jun 13 '08
HardwareCanucks  --- Jun 12 '08  --- Jul 08 '08
Modders-Inc  --- Jul 14 '08
OverclockersOnline  --- Sep 17 '08
ThinkComputers 9/10 Jul 07 '08  --- Jul 22 '08
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Bjorn3D on Jun 13 '08

"The Thermaltake Armor+ MX is destined for the Case hall of fame. The only feature missing that a few users might want would be a removable Motherboard tray. It's sharp looks, excellent ventilation..."

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HardwareCanucks on Jun 13 '08

"When these masters of case design released the original Armor case, it became an instant classic. It had loads of room, was easy to use and it even came with those funky (yet oh so practical)..."

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"The Thermaltake Armor+ MX VH800BWS has many of the full size tower features in a compact mid tower case size. Thermaltake did a good job of shrinking the case, but it would nice if it was a little..."

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Modders-Inc on Jul 15 '08

"Overall, I must say that I truly like this case. In fact the only things I think I would like better about it is if it were the full size version Armor+ and perhaps silver, but that is a personal..."

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OverclockersOnline on Sep 17 '08

"Excellently designed and engineered, the Armor+ MX is both stylish and functional. It also has several tried and tested features, such as the removable hard drive cage and the tool-less optical..."

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