Thermaltake Armor Revo Gene Snow Edition Case Review

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Thermaltake Armor Revo Gene Snow Edition Case rated Kickass by 3dGameMan.com

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Review category: Cases
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The Thermaltake Armor Revo Gene Snow Edition Case looks good, great build quality, plenty of drive bays, external drive dock, headset/headphones holder, cable management, window and fan option for left side panel and more. Also, there are two color options, white and black.


 

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Tivon
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Looks good, lots of options, plenty of airflow. But suffers from cheap plastics. I can't figure out the need for the front metal doors, because those could have been formed into the front case grill, similar to Cooler Master Centurion's grill, but different.

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3dGameMan
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Ah well, blooper ;) I'm human, so bound to make a mistake from time to time. No biggie.

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Yep, I snickered at the repeated part.

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You need to do the video editing again, making sure you do not rush before you upload the video. You've got a repetition problem, showing me the rubber grommeted holes and keyboard/mouse security lock twice.

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