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It looks quite original, yet without any unnecessary extravaganza. The rear panel represents a rather unusual solution:

You don’t often see a vertically placed power supply in modern system cases. Like the Shark, the Armor has four holes for outputting the tubes of a water-cooling system.

Of course, plastic grommets to be inserted into the holes to protect the tubes are enclosed with the case.

Thermaltake’s engineers seem to like to put the interface connectors on the front panel, and the Armor is an example of that:

This time it looks quite cool, especially in comparison with the Tsunami Dream and the Soprano series.

The case is very steady thanks to its no small weight, so the manufacturer didn’t bother much about the feet, using the ordinary rotational design.

 

 
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