Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Case Review

The left side panel of the Armor Revo Snow Edition is complex, featuring a futuristic design formed by embossing the metal. The top half of the panel is covered by a strangely shaped plastic window, while a loose honeycomb design covers most of the bottom half of the side panel, serving as a guard for the 200mm fan.

 Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Case Review

Much like the left side panel, the right side panel of the case is based on a similar complex and sharp embossed design.

 Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Case Review

At the top of the case a large 200mm cooling fan can be found hidden beneath a honeycomb mesh. Right next to it there is another spot, this time for an optional 120mm/140mm fan. It is worthwhile to notice that because of the wide openings, Thermaltake installed a thin mesh dust filter beneath the honeycomb mesh.

 Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Case Review

Despite the all-white faceplate and side/top panels, the rear of the Armor Revo Snow Edition is black. There is an 140mm exhaust fan, above from which we can see three round holes covered by rubber grommets. These holes are commonly being used as an entrance/exit point for watercooling hoses but Thermaltake drilled a third hole for those who would like to route some cables as well.  Finally, there is a simple metallic hinge for securing the cables at the rear of your case right beneath the 140mm exhaust fan.

 Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Case Review

A long dust filter has been placed at the bottom of the case, filtering the air of the PSU intake and of the optional bottom intake fan. It can be removed by simply pulling it from the rear of the case. The feet of the case can be turned to the sides, vastly increasing the stability of the tall tower.