Most cases will always be very much like one another, but every now and then something truly unique pops up. The original Thermaltake Level 10 case is a good example of this, really one of a kind looks combined with premium price tag. Now Thermaltake has used the same basic idea to make another case - the Level 10 GT, and as there's going to be so much to show, lets just dive straight in!
Package & Specs
- 4* 5,25" external
- 1* 3,5" external
- 5* 3,5"/2,5" internal
- 8* PCI card slot
- 1* Front intake 200x25 mm Colorshift fan (600-800 RPM, 13-15 dBA)
- 1* Side intake 200x30 mm Colorshift fan (600-800 RPM, 13-15 dBA)
- 1* Top exhaust 200x30 mm Colorshift fan (600-800 RPM, 13-15 dBA)
- 1* Rear exhaust 140x25 mm Turbo fan (1000 RPM, 16 dBA)
- 1* Bottom intake 120x25 mm (optional)
Front panel I/O:
- 4* USB 2.0
- 2* USB 3.0 (internal header)
- 1* eSATA
- Supported motherboards: mATX, ATX, e-ATX
- Dimensions: 584 x 282 x 590 mm (H x W x D)
- Weight: 12,7 kg
Thermaltake worked with BMW DesignWorks on this case, which explains the front of the car on the background, but other than that the box is the usual deal with a couple of pictures, all the necessary specifications and also carrying handles at the ends.
Thermaltake calls the Level 10 GT a full tower case, which in my opinion is a bit of a stretch, but either way at 58x59x28 cm it is a very large case. The case can handle all motherboard form factors up to E-ATX, up to five 3,5 or 2,5" drives, four external 5,25" drives and also a single external 3,5" drive. For cooling there are three 200 mm led fans, one of which is 5 mm thinner than the others, and a single 140 mm exhaust fan. Besides these there's room for just a single optional fan at the bottom.
The bundle includes cable ties, four bags of screws, an extension cable for the 4/8-pin power, a beeper, manual and Thermaltake's product catalog. The piece of black plastic is a headphone holder that can be attached to the side of the case.
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