Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Chassis Review On OverclockersClub

"The most interesting aspect of the Revo is that it is an extremely successful sum of its parts. The inside of the Armor Revo is not revolutionary, but the selection of different parts, how they are constructed, and assembled in one case, makes this a very interesting and enjoyable enclosure to work with. There was obviously much thought put into the ergonomics of this case. It shows up in the smooth feel of things that are meant to lock and unlock, plug in and unplug. With three 200 mm fans doing the cooling, the case is also near silent. The loudest fan included in the case tops out at 16 dBA – I think anyone who has ever listened to more than two AC/DC songs probably has ringing in their ears that exceeds that."

red1776 - OverclockersClub

Thermaltake Snow Edition Armor Revo chassis review by OverclockersClub - Introduction & Conclusion.