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Thermaltake Armor Case Question

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August 14, 2006 4:16:40 AM

Thermaltake has released a new version of the case with the only difference of adding a 25 cm fan on the side. However the price difference is amazing. With mail-in rebate the original at zip zoom fly is 125.00 the new case is $199.00 Sooo $74.00 for one extra fan? Is it worth it? Also I've checked other sites but even newegg wants like $40 buck to ship it even though its on $179.99 there.
August 14, 2006 6:18:39 AM

truly, it is worth...what!?!?! 74 bucks....

74 is steep...still it'll drop temps many many degree's. id you dont plan on overclocking like a crazy person the non 25cm fan edition is fine.
August 14, 2006 5:02:40 PM

That is a lot for the 25cm fan... You can always do what I did and mod the side and add a 120mm fan... pretty easy with a dremel.

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August 14, 2006 7:24:58 PM

hey waylander stick another 120 next to the 120 on the panel already that'd be sweet.
August 14, 2006 7:30:47 PM

Hell no thats not worth it lol, they sell the extra armor door with the 25cm fan seperately for about $40.
August 14, 2006 7:33:23 PM

to be exact $41.84 US at ncix.com and im sure you can find it even cheaper if you look around! Theres a $30 save right there! :) 

Edit: Newegg sells it for $35.
August 14, 2006 7:39:45 PM

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hey waylander stick another 120 next to the 120 on the panel already that'd be sweet.


I thought about it but I don't really need it due to my water cooling, I put that fan over my ram (which is not water cooled) not my cpu.
August 15, 2006 12:40:38 AM

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hey waylander stick another 120 next to the 120 on the panel already that'd be sweet.


I thought about it but I don't really need it due to my water cooling, I put that fan over my ram (which is not water cooled) not my cpu.

that'd be sweet. a RAM block..
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