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Thermaltake Xaser VI and Armor+ Specs Unveiled

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  1. malware New Member

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    Thermaltake has just released the specs on its upcoming Xaser VI and Armor+ liquid cooled cases.

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    ThermalTake Armor+ VH6000 series specifications:
    • Case type: Super tower
    • Dimension: 600 x 245 x 625mm
    • Weight: 16.8kg (20.8kg for the LCS version)
    • Side panel: transparent window
    • Removable motherboard tray
    • Cable management
    • Sliding hood
    • Adjustable PSU bridge
    • Made out of steel, with aluminum front
    • 140mm front fan, 120mm exhaust fan, 230mm side intake fan, two 140mm intake fans in the bottom and a 140mm intake fan for the VGA.
    • 5.25" Drive bays: 7 (3 occupied by LCS cooling system)
    • 3.5" drive bays: 7
    • Front I/O: 1x e-SATA, 4x USB 2.0, 1x FireWire, HD Audio
    • Expansion slots: 10
    • LCS version also features a liquid cooling system that occupies three 5.25" drive bays. It has a 153 x 120 x 28mm with a blue 120mm LED fan, P500 liquid pump (500l/hr), a copper water block, Flow TX flow meter, a 320cc reservoir and transparent UV tubes.

    ThermalTake Xaser VI VG4000 series specifications:
    • Case type: Super tower
    • Dimensions: 605 x 250 x 660mm
    • Weight: 17.7kg, 18kg with non-windowed sidepanel, 23.9kg with LCS cooling and 24.2kg with LCS and non-windowed sidepanel.
    • Available with and without window side panel
    • Sliding motherboard tray
    • Cable management
    • Sliding hood
    • Adjustable PSU bridge
    • Made out of steel, aluminum front
    • 140mm front intake, 120mm exhaust fan, 140mm top exhaust, 2x 140mm bottom intake and a 140mm fan to cool the VGA.
    • 7 5.25" drive bays (3 occupied by LCS cooling system)
    • 7 3.5" drive bays
    • Front I/O: 2x e-SATA, 4x USB 2.0, FireWire and HD audio.
    • Expansion slots: 10
    • LCS version also features a liquid cooling system that occupies three 5.25" drive bays. It has a 153 x 120 x 28mm with a blue 120mm LED fan, P500 liquid pump (500l/hr), a copper water block, Flow TX flow meter, a 320cc reservoir and transparent UV tubes.
    Source: DarkVision Hardware, [H]ard|OCP
     
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    I'm speechless!
     
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    thy both look cool besides those the pink uv and the hood feature on them is great might have to get one when i build my new pc put my own waterblock and pump in of course
     
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    Damn! I wish my original Armor had that removable MB tray. BTW there is a video of this Armor on Youtube. Looks very cool, but no water for me.
     
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    be nice casheti, its a sick product :)
     
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    i must say that the turn table thing was annoying.
     
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    You know, I'm not a fan of pink, but seeing them mixed up with blue like that, makes me wanna get some pink cold cathodes :D (current system has 2 blue).

    Pink also compliments black real good and as my mobo is black, like in that case, it could look as good (or silencing some :p).
     
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    am i the only to think this case is fkin ugly?
    and for 300, i wold get a lian li
     
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    Oh! Look! New heater! :D
     
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    Wow!!!! man if thermaltake was a porn director - Xsaer VI & Armour would be porn stars with huge ding dongs! f**k yeah! loving those cases baby!
     
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    Damn :eek: ........... I Like
     
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    Yeah! i like LIAN LI PC-V2000APLUSII W Silver Aluminum Server Computer Case.
     
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    I really like some of the features on the Armor+, but there is no way I'd buy a case that ugly.
     
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    From the inside they all the same.
     
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    you just made my sig :D
     
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    arent you gonna 'thank' me for it? :p
     
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    lol, you sir are a thanks whore lol jk
     
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    Great cases... crazy ass features, however the NEONS.... please thermaltake, DONT HAVE THEM PREINSTALLED!!!
     
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    i wouldn't mind the uv cold cathode to make the uv reactive coolant/tubing look really nice. just add another cathode next to it for a different color scheme.
     
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    Rather have the CM Stacker.

    Never been a big fan of Thermaltake's cases, and this doesn't help.
     
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    Removable motherboard tray !!!!!!
     
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    pink UV's are over teh top IMHO
     
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    I can see an older case thats steel, but if I was to buy a new case for myself it would be mostly or all aluminum.
     
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    oy, still made out of steel, ohwell it should be cheaper in pricing then, in compare to all aluminum cases
     

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