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Thermaltake Launches Armor A30i Case

Thermaltake has launched the Armor A30i cubical enclosure which offers a "specially developed modular structure" that is capable of housing micro-ATX sized motherboards while retaining the relatively compact size of 266 x 291 x 456 mm and 5.7 kg weight.

The case features four expansion slots that can house a graphics card of up to 350 mm in length, standard ATX PSUs, two 5.25-inch bays, and space to mount up to three 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drives.

With regards to cooling, the A30i supports CPU coolers of up to 90 mm in height, includes pre-installed 200 mm top exhaust and 90 mm front intake fans, and includes room to install two additional 60 mm rear input cooling fans.

The Thermaltake Armor A30i will be available in a choice of two colors: Black and "Speedy Edition Red" with details still pending on the enclosure's retail pricing or availability. Further information is available at the source linked above or at its launch video below.

  • DiaSin
    Haven't I seen this case before?
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  • protogenic
    Yeah.. This looks almost EXACTLY as the Thermaltake Armor A30.
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  • outlw6669
    Ugh 60mm and 90mm fans.
    Those will not be noisy at all /S
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  • cats_Paw
    Dust is gonna be a problem here.
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  • fozzie76
    I had the original one, thermals were horrible! The PSU fights with the CPU heatsink and the top fan is 80% blocked by the PSU. It's just a really bad design.. looks cool though.
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