Thermaltake Armor VA8003BWS Reviews
Product Type: Thermaltake system cabinets
Description:Model ID VA8003BWS / Thermaltake Armor VA8003BWS - Full tower - extended ATX - no power supply - black - USB/FireWire/Audio / Thermaltake is a respected leader in computer thermal solutions technology. Thermaltake has increasingly enjoyed the adoption of its thermal strategies ... more
Thermaltake Armor VA8003BWS ... by OEM and ODM companies worldwide. Its engineers are masters of airflow analysis, material conductivity and efficiency design. Thermaltake's unwavering devotion to quality and customer satisfaction has earned its products the approval of computer enthusiasts everywhere.
11 drive bays (up to 10 Front Accessible 5.25", up to 2 Front Accessible 3.5", up to 6 internal 3.5");
Relocate-able front control panel (Power, Reset switch, HDD and PWR LEDs);
Support up to Extend ATX and BTX;
Ventilation opening on top (62% opening ratio);
Built-in 5.25'' drive bay accessory box;
High efficiency ventilation: dual 12cm silent fans in front and rear, 9cm fans in rear and top, 25cm fan on side;
Retractable foot stand;
25cm fan on the side panel benefits CPU and GPU temperature and reinforces system stability.
Newest Review: ... which is a massive piece of kit and needs plenty of room for the fans underneath the card. I had also bought a Thermaltake ... more
Customer Thermaltake Armor VA8003BWS Reviews (2)
by - written on 25/04/12 (Useful, 13 readings)
Firstly let me just explain why I bought such an expensive pc case. I wanted to house a full size ATX Motherboard and have the capacity and space within the case to enable further upgrades (i.e water cooling system etc). A lot of the standard PC cases out there are restricted to what Water cooling systems you can use and dont house full size ATX Boards. I Had already purchased a Foxconn C51XEM2AA motherboard which boasts a full 12" x 9.6" board. On top of that I wanted to install 8GB of Geil Evo One Gaming memory that had extra fins on top of the memory to enhance cooling. I also had plans for a NVidia Geforce 9800GT Dark Knight graphics card which is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/08 (Very useful, 72 readings)
INITIAL OPINION Very meaty tower (i.e. heavy and big), bought from Novatech December 2007 for around £118. If it weren't so expensive I'd drop it out a top floor window to prove how sturdy it is! WHY DID I BUY? My requirements were: - plenty of capacity and multiple config's - Minimum amount of tacky and unnecessary lights (failed on the latter) - scalable - easy access - no PSU supplied so I could chose. - Allow Extended ATX in case I wanted to convert to server - loads of cooling ability and compatible with watercooling if needed later - but not ... Read the complete review
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