P/N: VE2000BWS
   
    
 
 
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Feature
Specification
  
Case Type   

Full Tower w/ Liquid Cooling System

Material   

1.0 mm SECC

Front Bezel Material   

Aluminum

Color    Black
Side Panel   

Transparent Window

Motherboard Support    Micro ATX,
ATX,
Extend ATX,
BTX (with optional BTX upgrade kits)
Motherboard Tray     Yes
5.25" Drive Bay    11
Ext. 3.5" Drive Bay    1
Int. 3.5" Drive Bay   

10

Expansion Slots   

7

Front I/O Ports    USB 2.0 x 2,
IEEE 1394 x 1,
Audio & Speaker ports
Cooling System    - Front (intake) :
  Dual 2400 x 120 x 25 mm, 1300 rpm, 17 dBA blue LED fan
- Rear (exhaust) :
  120 x 120 x 25 mm, 1300 rpm, 17 dBA, blue LED fan
  90 x 90 x 25 mm, 1800 rpm, 19 dBA
- Top (exhaust) :
  90 x 90 x 25 mm, 1800 rpm, 19 dBA
Liquid Cooling Capable    Yes
Liquid Cooling Embedded    - All-in-one waterblock :
For Intel BTX platform,  775, P4, AMD K8 and K7
Support for Socket 1366 requires an upgraded mounting kit.
- Performance radiator :
(A) Dimension of radiator : 120 x 240 mm (
B) Two 1300 rpm 120 mm fans

- P500 liquid pump :
Power DC 12V liquid pump (500 L/hr)

- Reservoir :
Contains 350 c.c. of liquid capacity, easy to refill )

- Water tube :
Transparent UV tube (3/8”) & industrial-grade rubber tube
Power Supply Supported    Standard ATX PSII
Power Supply Included    No
Dimension (H*W*D)    20.9 x 8.7 x 22.0 in
530 x 220 x 560 mm
Net Weight    46.5 lbs
21.1 kg
Security Lock    N/A
Application   
2.5" Drive Bay   
Gallery
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      Front View

      Side View

      Inside View

      Rear View

Award & Review
Reviewed by Tweakz
 
This case combines a nice look with strength and a good cooling system. It has a pre-installed liquid cooling system that performs very well. The blue LED fans at the front give it that little extra that your looking for. It has a toolless design for easy installation and a extra removable and cooled hdd-rack. Overal this is a super hot product. .. 
 
August 22, 2007

Reviewed by Dragon Steel Mods
 
Overall the Thermaltake Armor Lcs is one great case, I love it actually, yes it's huge, but there's a lot of room in it and the liquid cooling system can be expanded with other parts from Thermaltake or even other companies. In the end I'm happy with it, I like the partial doors, it adds a bit of style to the whole presentation. .. 
 
May 23, 2007

Reviewed by 3D Gameman
 
More and more companies are putting together these case and water cooling combinations. This really makes sense because with today's computer hardware getting faster, a water cooling system will keep things cool. Also, if you prefer a quiet computer system, a water cooling setup is really the way to go. The Thermaltake Armor LCS (Liquid Cooler System) Case is an excellent product. .. 
 
March 30, 2007

Reviewed by 3DGameMan
 
More and more companies are putting together these case and water cooling combinations. This really makes sense because with today's computer hardware getting faster, a water cooling system will keep things cool. Also, if you prefer a quiet computer system, a water cooling setup is really the way to go. The Thermaltake Armor LCS (Liquid Cooling System) Case is an excellent product. The case is fantastic, it has lots of excellent features and the water cooling system performs very well. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end. .. 
 
March 30, 2007

Reviewed by Hardcoreware
 
Impressed? I know I am! A load temperature of 30C on a Prescott 3.6 is absolutely insane (Ambient temperatures were around 17C for those interested). We're talking an unheard of drop of 47C from stock... We also have an amazing drop of of 30C at full load on the GPU core. Thermaltake's giant LCS radiator is really flexing its muscles here. .. 
 
January 11, 2007

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User Manual 8775415 05/13/2008
FAQ
 
Q:  Why is copper based heat sink better than aluminum based solution?
A:  The short answer to the question is the fact that copper conducts heat better than aluminum.  Engineers utilize thermal conductivity (W/m*K) value to measure the effectiveness of a material.  In this case, copper has a thermal conductivity of ~401 W/m*K and aluminum is ~237 W/m*K.  To put it in perspective, wood has a thermal conductivity value of 0.04 ~ 0.4 W/m*K and concrete is 1.7 W/m*K, that is why wood does not get quiet as hot as concrete on a hot sunny day.

Q:  What are the differences in motherboard form factors?
A: 

There are 4 motherboard ATX standard formats on the market today.

Form Factor

 width(in)

 width(mm)

 length(in)

 length(mm)

 eATX(Extended ATX)

12

304.8 

13 

330.2

 ATX

 12

304.8

9.6

243.8

 Micro ATX

 9.6

243.8

9.6

243.8

 Mini ATX

 11.2

284.5

8.2

208.3 


Please visit  Formfactors.org for complete information on motherboard form factors.


 
 


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