There is definitely a rise in dragons and armour as of late. Thermaltake places an image of the chassis over graphics of a dragon, an eerie medieval mask, and what appears to look like Dungeons and Dragons dice rolling in the middle. Either way, as stated, this chassis is "Created for Combat".
The side panel has the more typical look of Thermaltake I am used to. All black panels with bright red accent stripes shows right away who manufactures this chassis from twenty feet away. The text simply states that this is a computer case and if you have issues, to contact them directly via the address listed.
The back of the box highlights all the ins and outs of the Armor A90. Many quality images show what the text is explaining and should leave no doubt what you are getting with this purchase.
The last panel has a powered up image of the A90 with both the top and front fans glowing blue. Near the bottom the part number is listed. As with many of the Thermaltake cases, if a power supply or a revision is added, the last four digits may be different.
This chassis made a pretty long trek to me from overseas and during its travels, it seems the A90 took a pretty good bump. The top Styrofoam cap was broken when I unboxed it. I am pleased to say, that even though it was broken, the chassis arrived in great shape.
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