With the lack of cases on the market that are not black or black with accents, it is refreshing to see that Thermaltake has stepped outside the norm and put out a Snow Edition Armor Revo chassis. The Revo sports a fan controller that supports up to 5 fans, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 connections. Thermaltake has also added an HDD docking station on the top of the Revo, which supports one 3.5 or 2.5 drive. To add to the aesthetics of the Revo, Thermaltake has also added wing shaped aluminum bezels on the front to help it stand out and give you the feel of actual armor.The Revo also boasts a massive air cooling system, along with the option to place a full water cooling setup inside. Now, if we have blown enough smoke your way, lets get to reviewing this case and see if it stands up to all the claims. Read on "
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