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Thermaltake Armor A30 Small Form Factor Case Review

Rating: 8.0.

Competitive gaming is becoming increasingly popular and an ever expanding audience frequent LAN meetings such as Multiplay’s Insomnia 43 in Telford.  Anyone who has attended an event such as Insomnia 43 will know that it is a pain lugging around a full size tower case PC.  As a result, small form factor PCs are becoming more popular with gamers.

Today we are going to look at the Thermaltake Armor A30 small form factor case which is designed for gamers who attend such events.  Being a small form factor case, it could also be used to house a home theatre PC or a regular PC system for those who have limited space available.  It boasts an impressive feature set that is sure to sate the appetite of gamers who are looking for a small form factor case to house their system.


  • Characteristic black bulletproof armor design with metal mesh elements
  • Top and front blue LED fan creates combat ambience and excellent ventilation
  • Front I/O with USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Connector
  • Support Micro-ATX/Mini-ITX motherboard and high-end graphics cards up to 13″ / 33cm
  • Compact size ideal for Lanparty event

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  • Uriel

    Wow that is ugly. good airflow, but wow.

  • Dan

    My big problem with thermaltake is their use of crap fans. I have a case of theirs and I had to replace all the fans as t hey were making a weird humming noise. Not a standard noise sound, but a weird, almost vibration sound.

    I really think they tend to have some quality control issues.

  • Luke

    I’ve actually built one of these last week.
    Actually a really good case to build in, being completely disassemble helps heaps when plugging everything in and with cable management.

    I don’t think it looks that bad really. Unlike the ugly as hell normal Armor Tower, this little box is robust and really tough actually.

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  • John Doe

    Too fu*king heavy!