Date Joined: 05/14/06
Pros: I got the non-extreme version of this case (does not have the two side air ports) lots of room on the inside. I am extremely pleased with the Armor case.
Cons: with the large Enermax Galaxy PSU there is no room to put in the top fan so i had to do a little case mod moving the vent on top forward...
Overall Review: would like to see a solid side panel with the 250mm fan
Pros: Lots of room... plenty of places to add air movement. ease of use... the bays are so fast to interchange i almost could not believe it.
Cons: I disliked the doors... All though they are aluminum and not plastic there was nothing to keep them shut if not placed on a flat surface... Luckily they are easily removed and I am replacing them with a dim blue neon tube.
Overall Review: A little personal tweaking and the purchase of the replacement side with the 250mm fan and this is going to be one nice case.
Pros: High power and stable as a rock. After reading a review in here that this thing powered two systems without so much as a hiccup i had to try. I just have to say I had plenty to push the 4800+ dual with twin 6600gt and the 3500+ twith the 7950GT. I am pretty sure i could've stacked on more if i had wanted to :)
Cons: The massive size... It took 20 mins of twisting and turning and then removing the top USB ports of my Thermaltake Armor case to get this thing in there and now until i can find the time to do a little case modding i cannot put in the top fan... this PSU is huge!
Overall Review: Overall I love this power supply and she looks sweet in the armor case. I have never had a poor power supply from Enermax. They are the top of the line in my book when it comes to PSU 5 12volt rails pushing out the 1000W of power