Thermaltake Xaser VI and Armor specifications

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Thermaltake Xaser VI and Armor+ specification revealed

After the release of Thermaltake XaserVI and Armor+ sneak preview video on YouTube, 20,000 enthusiasts have watched the video and provided many positive feedbacks from all over the world. Everyone is excited about the cases and waiting anxiously for them to be available in the market, at the same time, wanting to know all the great features underneath their beauty. Therefore, Thermaltake is revealing the specifications of XaserVi and Armor+ to satisfy everyone’s curiosity.

Following the design concept of sport cars, users can expect new aesthetic experiences from Xaser VI and Armor+. The top sliding hood allows easy access to the extra storage space for small tools and accessories. Internally, the PSU supporting bridge, removable HDD cage and motherboard tray have all been re-designed to achieve smarter and easier installation process. In order to allow enthusiasts to be the trend setters with Thermaltake creations, Xaser VI and Armor+ will be the only case in the market that equip with 10 PCI slot and 14 drive bay to support extreme expandability and user friendliness. Furthermore, 5.25” & 3.5” drive bay, PCI slot, PSU supporting bridge, and side panel all have Tool-Free design for user’s convenience. More detail features are listed in the chart below.

There are air cooling or liquid cooling models available to choose from, as well as the colors. XaserXI is available in Ferrari red and steel silver while Armor+ is available in carbon black and steel silver:

XaserVI and Armor detailed specs here

View the Xaser VI sneak peek video here

View the Armor sneak peek video here

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29-11-2007, 20:16:03

steve30x
Ill be getting a pair of those for my new WC kit after christmas.

30-11-2007, 05:28:45

kris[tek]

Any news on when they are coming in stock then? Hoping for everything to arrive at my address next week!



not great news im afraid, the order came in yesterday but the fans have not been included with the package. after chasing noiseblocker they told us they had no stock to send us.

we will keep trying to get these in over the coming weeks.

sorry about that

30-11-2007, 05:47:28

ken_shiro
You'd probly need fans with a higher CFM if your using them on your radiator.

30-11-2007, 06:03:16

kris[tek]

You'd probly need fans with a higher CFM if your using them on your radiator.



something like http://www.tekheads.co.uk/s/product?product=607071 :)

30-11-2007, 07:24:03

ken_shiro
http://www.tekheads.co.uk/s/product?product=608206

These seem to provide the best of both worlds (high air flow and low noise). Do you know if these actually measure up to what they claim?

30-11-2007, 07:27:07

tsinc80697
How quiet are the sharkoons?

im after something really quiet thats why I was after the Noiseblockers

30-11-2007, 07:32:55

llwyd

http://www.tekheads.co.uk/s/product?product=608206

These seem to provide the best of both worlds (high air flow and low noise). Do you know if these actually measure up to what they claim?



No they dont unfortunately


As for sharkoons, theyre pretty tip top, very very quiet, OK airflow and good static pressure for use on radiators. If not then some S-Flex or YateLoons would be a good choice

30-11-2007, 10:01:46

tsinc80697
Thanks, will look at the sharkoons or S-Flex then :)

What are Blackfire4 like ?

Which Sharkooons are you referring to ? The 1000 or 2000?

01-12-2007, 04:18:16

Pat123
i use yate loons on mine, great fans for the price.. like £4 or something. And really quiet!!

08-12-2007, 09:03:47

Yeungster
I've got my yate loons on my PA120.3 and its the quietest I've tried.

Tested the rad with Sharkoon golfballs 2000 (120mm) fans and they were a lot louder, so switched back to the yates.

The sharkoons do produce more airflow, but it didn't affect my temperatures much at all, so switched back to the uber quiet yate loons
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