First Look: Thermaltake Armor A30

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Led Weappelin

My only critique.....don't say puppy. And if you must say puppy, only say it once.:)

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CHRISTOPHER34

As a big gaming case, I guess it’s big. That I’ve never liked but the modular concept sells and there’s plenty of replacement choice in times to come, so it’s always the better solution. Reuse works.

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adonn78

Hey Nathan, I really enjoyed that video. I like the part where you said you hiope you did not breaksomething.  I think we all had that same reaction when removing panels off our cases and used more force than we were comfortable with.  Thanks for the laughs and showing a cool case.

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rawrnomnom

so they took a Lanbox light, and changed the plastic, and re released the same case.

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fuddco

Nice first look,although still a bit big for my purposes. I hope that the trend continues with the reviews and first looks at smaller cases and accessories. I have decided for me Mini ITX is my rig of choice for here on out,I just don't have the room for the big boxes anymore. The sff gaming rig Maxpc built a few months back was something Im interested in, and I hope the mag continues to provide some editorial space to them.

 

 

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13thwarrior

Can you say...phoning it in?

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nedwards

Please, good sir. If I had been phoning it in, I wouldn't have worn a lab coat. QED. 

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13thwarrior

I'm just kidding with you Nathan, it just looks like you are on a sedative, or need a vacation or something.

 

+1 for Latin reference?

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kamikaji

He reminds me of Logan from the TigerDirect youtube channel.  Keep it up dude, you have a great personality for this!

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kevaskous

You seem very happy to do that one.....lol

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nedwards

One critique I got from earlier videos was that I looked too stiff and nervous on camera. Here, perhaps, I err too far in the opposite direction. What can I say? I'm iterating.

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reutnes

Not far enough, i say.  Next time, just get completely baked before the review.

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