- Brand Name: Thermaltake
- Model Number: VN10031W2N
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Device Type: Computer Case
- Item Display Weight: 41.05 pounds
Thermaltake Level 10 GT LCS Super Gaming Modular Tower Case Built-in Bay Drive Liquid Cooling System with 24cm Radiator - VN10031W2N
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- One top 24cm motorsports radiator with dual 120mm exhaust fans,
- Hinged side panel to enable easier opening of the side door and access to computer for maintenance or upgrade.
- User no longer "hides" the excessive cable on the back, the Level 10 GT features numerous holders designed into the chassis for cable management.
- Connectivity array. Four USB 2.0 ports are conveniently located on the front bezel including a pair of audio ports.
- Fan speed management control embedded. ColorShift fans can be easily controlled through controls on the top.
- Five hot-swappable hard drive bays, each with its dedicated backplane to support hot-swap. Hard drive mounting supports both 2.5" or 3.5" drives.
- Level 10 GT features numerous holders designed into the chassis for cable management.
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Top Customer Reviews
The case is slightly smaller than a full ATX tower, just because of the bells and whistles taking up space, but even then you will have plenty of space. I saw this case at PAX on Saturday with 3-way SLI GTX 680s with room to spare.
The various features are all nice. In particular the gigantic fans allow for great airflow, the removable and washable dust filters make cleaning a breeze, and the right side is designed for great cable management.
The left side panel swivels open or detaches completely from the case. This is more of a convenience for showing its insides, and less of a practical use.
The bulk of the case is metal, some pieces (front panel, hot swap bays, some others) are plastic. Overall it feels very solid.
On to the bad part
The Liquid Cooling: 0/5
First you might notice is that the CPU block is made of copper, and the radiator is made of aluminum. This mixture of metals will cause galvanic corrosion and potentially result in a leak after 1-2 years. So I replaced my radiator.
Second, after about a week of use, the flow meter started to leak. I tried to seal it, and plugged the leak for a week, but it started again after that. So I replaced my pump/reservoir.
Third, the pump is barely strong enough to go through a radiator, cpu block, and gpu block. It took a lot of rocking and tilting of the rig to get rid of the air from the loop.
Fourth, the cpu mount for the LGA1155 is very difficult to use. It requires a significant amount of force to push the plastic pin through the motherboard.
Do yourself a favor and get your own parts for a liquid cooling system. The case fully supports LCS.Read more ›
The case itself ins't bad but for its price you can do much better.
Lots of USB 3.0 Ports
Air filters, Air filters everywhere
Can't Start with cooling on High.
Hot swap drives requires 4 screws to be removed (so not really easy swap)
Side case fan directional flaps cheaply build, won't stay in the position you set them to.
Plenty of coolant provided.
Very Weak Pump
Cooper block & aluminum radiator (galvanic corrosion inevitable)
Cheaply built flow meter which for me ruptured and spilled coolant all over my case
The case is BIG and it's HEAVY. The compartmentalized design is very interesting and attractive, however, it falls short in a couple of key areas.
While the case is well-built overall, I was disappointed with all the plastic. The removable drive bays are plastic as are a lot of the other parts of the chassis.
The 5 1/4" drive bays are only accessible from one side, so when installing hardware into those bays, you can only secure them with one set of screws... which is something I don't like.
The main reason I returned this, though, was because of the built-in watercooling. Thermaltake installed their pump/reservoir system which doesn't have many good reviews, so I was a little hesitant to keep it. Another reason I didn't like it was because that system takes up two of the 5 1/4" bays which left only two bays, one of which would presumably be used by an optical drive.
The other reason I returned it is because of how small the window is in the side panel. This may seem silly, however most people who build watercooled gaming rigs want to show off the guts of the machine. This window is so small, one would only be able to see the tubing around the CPU.
It's a really nice case, however I think it missed the mark with its target audience.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First of all, let me say that I do like this case. Actually I love the case. Its the water cooling section of this case that I have a problem with. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Chad
In general this is a great case.
The one issue I had was that the liquid coolant reservoir leaked. Read more
Got my motherboard graphics card and everything ready to go when I realized that the hot swap bays all had the locking mechanisms broken since they're only little tabs and now its... Read morePublished on December 24, 2013 by DJ
So I was told by a friend that his right click went out after 1 month, but mine went bad after 1 week. My replacement had the left click go bad. Read morePublished on December 22, 2013 by stephen
This is a well built, well thought out case that also has a great look. I bought this on to replace a LCS Armor case that I had for a decade that worked perfectly, and it had Big... Read morePublished on November 8, 2013 by Greg Hammer
The only complaint I have is the back case doesn't have much room for the cable management, its cramped and hard to slide the back on.Published on August 7, 2013 by Erock
I ordered this product thinking it would be awesome and let me tell you the case does look awesome. The cable guides are also great. Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by TX Attorney
The case worked fine, except that that fans were stuck on high and the front panel didn't work. A door fan and a connection to the front panel were missing, so the circuit was... Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Red
Comes equipped with fantastic cooling for a high end system even if I did use a different liquid cooler than the one it comes with. Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by James