Thermaltake Armor A30 Micro ATX Case Review
Henry Butt / 7 years ago
There is an ever increasing market for small form factor cases as consumers demand smaller PCs to fulfil their space requirements. Small form factor cases are perfect for people who want to build a home theatre PC or even for people who don’t have a lot of space to work with.
Thermaltake produce a wide range of products that includes some quality power supplies and a variety of gaming peripherals under their Tt eSPORTS brand. But one of their key areas of expertise is in the PC case market. While they have a sizeable range of budget cases, they have proved that they can produce high quality top end cases like the original Thermaltake Level 10.
Today we are going to look at one of Thermaltake’s latest cases, the Armor A30, which boasts quite an impressive feature set for a small form factor case. It supports Micro ATX motherboards alongside a full size PSU, a couple of solid state drives and long graphics cards so is excellent for taking to LAN parties or for an exotic-looking HTPC.