Today we have the opportunity to check out one of Thermaltake’s latest cases in the Armor series, the Thermaltake Armor A60. If you remember back in June we took a look at the Armor A90. The Armor A60 is one of the first to offer USB 3.0 and the first to offer the SideClick EasySwap design, which is basically a hot swappable slot. The design and feature list should fit most gamers and enthusiasts. Read on to check out out what else this case has to offer.
As many of you know we launched our forums about a month ago and had a great contest then. Well now we are back with another awesome contest thanks to our friends at Thermaltake. They will be providing us with 3 awesome prizes to giveaway to our community! These prizes include an Armor A90 PC Case,Toughpower XT 775W Power Supply, and a FRIO CPU Cooler! Read on to see how you can win one of these awesome prizes!
The Armor Series from Thermaltake has been around for a few years now and has been quite popular. Most cases in the Armor series are in the mid to higher price range. Seeing that many case manufacturers are coming out with budget cases aimed at the mainstream Thermaltake has come out with the Armor A90, which comes into the market at under $100. It features a very unique design, 3 cooling fans, and the quality we are all used to seeing from Thermaltake. Let’s see if the Armor A90 becomes the best budget case we have looked at!
Thermaltake’s latest series in its line of power supplies is the XT series. These are certified 80PLUS Bronze, for at least 82% efficiency, as well as Crossfire and SLI for multi-GPU operation. Add in a modular cables, a 140 mm fan, and a five year warranty, and this series is looking quite interesting. Today we will be talking a look at the 775W version, read on to check it out!
Thermaltake is a name your might associate with CPU coolers and we sure have taken a look a quite a few of their coolers over the past few years. Today we have the opportunity to check out Thermaltake’s latest CPU cooler, the Frio. This powerful CPU cooler supports the latest processors, comes with two 120mm VR fans, and has high quality materials. The Frio is specifically designed for overclockers, boasting up to 220W of cooling power. Read on further to see how well this performs.
Smaller 2.5-inch hard drives have become very popular because of the introduction of solid state drives a few years ago. Since then the drives have come down in price and many people are purchasing their first solid state drive. Many cases do not have a spot to mount a 2.5-inch hard drive, although some new cases do a good amount do not. For this reason Thermaltake has come out with the Max 4 hard drive rack. It supports 2 2.5-inch SATA drives and features tool-free hard drive installation. Let’s take a look at the Max 4 and see it is perfect for your new solid state drive!
But recently, I’ve had the bug for a small footprint rig for HTPC. I have had several mATX motherboards over the past year, but never ended up with a small case for them. Recently I was asked to review a Mini-ITX motherboard, and this time I couldn’t wing it, I would have to have a case for it. Imagine my excitement when I opened the box and saw that familiar orange and red Thermaltake logo. I’ve had one Thermaltake HTPC styled case, but though it was a desktop it still was large enough to house an ATX motherboard. Not so here, this one will hold only the 6.7” x 6.7” Mini-ITX board. Today I will be looking at the Thermaltake Element Q Mini-ITX Case. It is quite small, but still has room for a 5.25” drive and a pair of 3.5” drives. It also comes with its own 220 watt power supply. Read on to check out the Thermaltake Element Q!
A couple of years ago Thermaltake released the V9 gaming case and later the V9 Black Edition. Today we are taking a look at another case in their V-Series the V3. The V3 is designed to be very functional, but at a very low cost. You can pick this case up for $50 online! This is an extremely low cost for any case, especially a Thermaltake case. This case features an all black design, mesh front bezel, and a 120mm blue LED fan. Let’s see if this is the perfect case for your next budget build.
Today we have the opportunity to look at the Thermaltake SpinQ VT. A little over a year ago reviewed the original SpinQ, which was a 2009 design award winner. The SpinQ VT takes that design and rotates it 90 degrees to stand vertically, hence the name VT. There were some alterations over the original SpinQ which we’ll cover in this review. Read on further to see what they are.
El Monte, CA – February 11, 2010 – iBUYPOWER, a leading innovator in gaming PCs, is excited to announce the first and only liquid cooling solution for the Thermaltake Level 10 enclosure. Working together, iBUYPOWER and Asetek engineers have developed a system that allows the mounting of an Asetek Liquid cooling system in the Level 10 Chassis from Thermaltake. The Levels 10 unique asymmetrical design features individual compartments for various system components, putting space at a premium and conflicts with standard mounting of liquid cooling systems. The adapted liquid cooling system in iBUYPOWER systems fits a 120mm Asetek LCLC system to the chassis.