Thermaltake Armor Revo Full-Tower Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 9 years ago
On the front of the box we can see that a bit of attention has gone in to the packaging, you can likely make out an armoured knight just behind those stickers as well as a cool blue flame effect behind the picture of the chassis, it may just be a box but the design certainly stands out and makes a good first impression.
Around the back we can see a quick run down of some of the major features of this case, such as its air cooling capabilities and optional water cooling ideas, which we will get into in a moment.
In the box we have a drive dock for either a standard hard drive or SSD that will fit the optical drive bays, a front panel cover to hold a card reader or similar drive, the usual assortment of nuts and bots, some cable ties to help with cable management, a power cable adaptor, system speaker and the instruction booklet.