Thermaltake Armor A30 MATX Case Review

👤by James Clewer Comments 📅08-04-11
Packaging and exterior

The sturdy box is colourfully designed offering a full colour image of the A30 itself.

Box front.

As with most product packaging the rear states specific features along with a selection of images identifying these specific features.

Box rear.

Within the box you'll find a manual and warranty booklet. The case comes with a generous 3 year warranty - certainly nice piece of mind!

Warranty card and instructions.

And within the case itself you'll find a selection of screws, cable ties, 2.5" HDD mount plates, a motherboard speaker and a plastic motherboard standoff.

Screws and other extras.

The case itself is quite an aggressive looking design with angled edges and hex mesh style vent holes dotted around the enclosure. Although not instantly attractive to me the stealth like angles and edges give it a rugged and purposeful look.

The A30.

The front has access for two 5.25" drives and a further 3.5" hole for something like a floppy drive.

Case front.

Up close you can see the military style Armor theme in the crosshair styled power button.

Power and reset switches.

It also has a standard selection of front ports including audio, microphone, esata and USB sockets - one of these is a USB 3.0 rated socket for newer boards.

Standard connections.

A lone Thermaltake logo adorns the central portion of the perforated front plate. The front plate and the drive bay covers are all perforated and filtered too so dust control should be good in this case.

The logo.

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