On/Off and Reset buttons live behind the swinging doors on the case front .
Firewire, USB (2) and audio ports (headphones, microphone) are accessible on top of the case
Pros And Cons
- Good use of interior space
- Lots of room for drives
- ATX or BTX may be individually installed
- Good expandability
- Integrated water cooling, suitable for nearly all CPU sockets
- Simple computer hardware installation
- Pre-installed system fan (1)
- Lots of accessories included
- Heavy (44 lb/20 kg)
- Large dimensions (23.6" x 10.4" x 21.5" /600 mm x 263 mm x 546 mm)
- Sharp internal edges
Retail Packaging Contents
The heat exchangers, water pumps and two large fans all attach to one of the Tai Chi's side-panel doors.
The copper CPU cooler head fits nearly every socket type.
Cooling fluid is the same Day-Glo green favored for many brands of antifreeze.
Additional accessories include motherboard power cable extenders and lots of screws and standoffs.
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what i would like to know is if this case – Armor VA8000BWS , INCLUDING the BTX Upgrade Kit ,
if i can use the upgrade btx kit and use a nvidia nForce 790i SLI mainboard in this case ... or do i have to buy a btx mainboard?
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