Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Case - Closer Look Continued

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Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Case
Closer Look Continued
Features and Specifications
Installation and Testing
Final Thoughts and Conclusion

As you can see in the next set of pictures (left) the Armor Revo has a built in fan controller and lighting controller which are easily accessible from the top of the case. You also get a built in HDD dock which is a nice feature to have even if you only use it every once and a while.


Top Controls and HDD Dock
Side Cover Removed


Ok, so once we get the side cover off of the case we see one of my favorite features on this case. If you look closely at the fan you will see that the fan features a "Plug and Play" connector that connects when the door is closed and doesn't require you having to plug and unplug the fan cable each time you remove the door, or alternatively forgetting to unplug the cable and ripping it out.

Also in the next set of pictures you will see the top 200mm fan (blue LED) as well as the rear 140mm exhaust fan. This case comes with 4 fans included (200mm top, 140mm rear, 200mm side, and 200mm front) which should be enough to keep the air moving quite nicely.

Side Cover Fan
Top and Rear Fans


The Armor Revo case is a tool-less design and as you can see all of the optical and hdd bays are all able to be removed without any screws.

As you can see the Armor Revo doesn't come with a ton of extra hardware because most everything is designed not to need screws. There are a few things you might need to attach with a few screws but you will have more than enough to do that with.

HDD and Optical Bays


There we go, that's a quick look at the Armor Revo case. Next we will take a closer look at the case in the Installation and Testing section.