USD: $399.99
  P/N: VH600LBWS
   
    
 
 
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Award & Review
Reviewed by Tomshardware
Building With The Thermaltake Armor+
 
Our XL-ATX motherboard and four-way graphics arrangement fits nicely with the two single-drive cages removed from the Armor+'s floor .. 
 
November 18, 2011

Reviewed by Maximum CPU
Thermaltake Armor+
 
For those looking for an excellent case to house their high end desktop system, the Thermaltake Armor+ is definitely worth a look .. 
 
October 06, 2010

Reviewed by HiTechLegion
 
excellent job with the aesthetics of the Armor Plus case giving a very sleek, yet simplistic form to the case .. 
 
May 24, 2009

Reviewed by PureOC
 
If you are looking for a case with plenty of space and a good amount of innovative and ergonomic features then the Armor+ is a recommended buy .. 
 
April 17, 2009

Reviewed by CRN
 
Build the highest-performing desktop system ... .. 
 
March 16, 2009

Reviewed by PCShopTalk
 
Overall, I was very pleased with the results compared to the air cooling and I will award this case with the Mikhailtech Editors’ Choice Prize! .. 
 
February 03, 2009

Reviewed by Techwarelabs
 
A computer case is something that has to fit the user .. 
 
November 24, 2008

Reviewed by Thinkcomputers
 
Ventilation and cable management are what Thermaltake's full towers are about. There is a lot of air moving around in this case, and if it isn't enough, you can easily add 4 more 120mm fans. .. 
 
August 12, 2008

Reviewed by Motherboards.org
 
Thermaltake has raised the bar with their ESA-qualified Armor BWS6001 case. The case has all of the expansion options you expect from a Full-Tower ATX case and the features that you need as well .. 
 
August 07, 2008

Reviewed by CTX
 
Building a PC with this case was a breeze. It is highly attractive, and highly functional. I strongly recommend it to anyone who does not plan to move their computer around much. .. 
 
August 04, 2008

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NameTypeSizeRelease DateDescription
User Manual 5385091 07/27/2009
FAQ
 
Q:  What are the differences in motherboard form factors?
A: 

There are 4 motherboard ATX standard formats on the market today.

Form Factor

 width(in)

 width(mm)

 length(in)

 length(mm)

 eATX(Extended ATX)

12

304.8 

13 

330.2

 ATX

 12

304.8

9.6

243.8

 Micro ATX

 9.6

243.8

9.6

243.8

 Mini ATX

 11.2

284.5

8.2

208.3 


Please visit  Formfactors.org for complete information on motherboard form factors.