Thermaltake details Armor REVO Gene PC chassis

Thermaltake is undoubtedly a famous peripherals maker, known for its power supply units, mice, cooling solutions and of course PC cases. The latest PC case coming out of the Taiwanese company is the Armor REVO Gene – and it surely promises to protect your hardware like never before.

The new case targets gamers and hardware enthusiasts and comes with a top mounted hard drive docking station that eases hard drive exchange in case of need. It also has a front I/O panel with dual USB 3.0 ports, dual USB 2.0 ports and headphone/microphone ports. As expected from a high-end case the Armor REVO Gene does not require tools and in addition it even offers a headset holder on the side of the case.

Thermaltake Armor REVO Gene

The new Thermaltake case comes with four 5.25-inch bays and five 3.5-inch bays and supports ATX and miniATX motherboards. Users will also benefit from the support for up to five fans and four dust filters and you can even install graphics cards as long as 315 mm and CPU cooling solutions as tall as 175 mm.

Pricing and availability are unknown.


Source: Geeky Gadgets

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