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  • Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Case Review
  • Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Case Review


    Case Layout and Features Cont

    The front panel snaps off pretty easily allowing for easy access to the front fan mountings and the four external 5.25" drive bays.  This is really only necessary when changing the front cooling setup or cleaning.  Removing the drive covers is as simple as pinching the oversize white tabs with no punch outs to fight with hiding behind.  Each drive cover is vented and has a fine mesh filter built right in. 
    With front bezel off we get our first look at the front fan selection.  Intake duties are handled by another 200mm TT fan.  This time the fan is a clear unit lit by blue LED lights.  A closer look at all three fans reveals these are notched on the blades to help reduce the noise signature.  We don't usually see fans this nice in OEM locations.  The front fan is covered by a removable mesh cover that will provide protection to both the factory 200mm installation and to optional two 120mm installations. 
    A similar mesh cover is located on the bottom of the case to filter the intake on your power supply and an optional 120mm fan.  To aid in air flow and increase stability, the Revo Snow has large feet that spin out.  These feet provide about 1.5 inches clearance for the bottom venting.  Even on the carpet we can see over an inch of clearance under the case.