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Thermaltake Armor Junior Mid-Tower ATX Case
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Thermaltake
Source: Thermaltake
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Thermaltake Armor Junior Mid-Tower ATX Case
May 24, 2006


Thermaltake always does well to provide as much information and as many pictures as possible on their packaging. The box the Armor Junior is sold in is no different, and as we see below it offers plenty of details on the features, specifications, appearance, and optional items available to enhance the use of this case.

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Some of the options that will not be covered in this review add quite a bit of flexibility and added value to this case. There is a drive bay located parallel to the side window intended for use with the window modified Western Digital Raptor X hard drive. The case has also been designed to allow for the convenient installation of a few different Thermaltake water cooling kits, and the whole thing can be converted to the BTX form factor thanks to another kit Thermaltake has available.

Getting back to what we actually have on hand, we see how the case is packed inside the box below. Molded forms support the top and bottom, and a plastic bag is placed over a cloth-like bag to protect the silver finish.

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External Features:

With the case removed from the various layers of protection we can give the external features a once over.

The below left image shows of the window on the side of the case where you access the internal components. The window is huge, and the X-shaped design stretches from corner to corner revealing just about everything inside. This could be a good thing, or it could be very bad if you don't take time to arrange your cables or otherwise have a messy/cluttered installation. Black plastic rivets hold the window to the Aluminum panel, and just about where your CPU might install is a hole with black mesh stretched over it. This hole could be used with a 92mm fan, but you would have to pop the plastic rivets out of it and find your own fan, fan grill, and screws to make it happen.

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The above right image shows the opposite side of the case which is just a solid sheet of silver Aluminum. This side is also removable, which is a plus, as many smaller cases these days don't allow you to remove the "back" side cover.

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