Thermaltake Armor A60 Case Review

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"The clever combatant imposes his will on the enemy, but does not allow the enemy's will to be imposed on him." A quote taken from "The Art of War." Over time, the writing of Sun Tzu has been translated and interpreted in many different ways. Each chapter in The Art of War covers a different aspect of warfare itself, from assessment and planing, to intelligence and espionage. Even in today's times, it remains one of the most definitive texts on military tactics and strategies, and it was written in the 6th century BC. Amazing how some brilliant minds can still remain relevant, even to this day.



Many battles are fought within the case of a PC. Careful planning, and strategy, is necessary in order to maximize every dollar spent, as well as ensure the longevity of the system as a whole. Whether it be expandability, cooling, or just features you may have never thought you might need, all things need to be considered before purchase. GPUs are only getting larger. Did you ever think that you might need a case that can fit larger video cards? Push/Pull Tower heatsinks are very tall and large. Did you think that your new case might need a little more headroom?


The Thermaltake Armor A60 case comes prepared for combat. The Armor A60 is a feature rich case that has a few little gems that you never may have considered. The A60 has a front side USB 3.0 port, as well as a removable 3.5" drive bay that can be utilized without taking the side panel off of the case. The Armor A60 is liquid cooling ready and can fit just about any modern day CPU heatsink, as well as GPU. The HDD bays have been rotated 90 degrees to allow easy access and there is also a semi tool free design. It also comes with 3 case fans, but has the expandability to hold 7 total.