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Thermaltake LEVEL 10 GT Super Gaming Modular Full Tower Computer Case - VN10001W2N Black
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- Performance cooling made quiet: one top 200mm exhaust fan, one front 200mm intake fan, one side 200mm intake fan and one rear 140mm exhaust fan.
- Hinged side panel to enable easier opening of the side door and access to computer for maintenance or upgrade.
- Dramatically improved cable management. Level 10 GT features numerous holders designed into the chassis for cable management.
- 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.
- Connectivity array. Four USB 2.0 ports are conveniently located on the front bezel including a pair of audio ports.
- Two USB 3.0 ports and one eSATA port located on the top.
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|Dimensions||26 inches x 14 inches x 25 inches||16.2 inches x 27.4 inches x 24.6 inches||26 inches x 24 inches x 13 inches||7.2 inches x 25.5 inches x 26 inches|
|Item Weight||33.07 pounds||23.3 pounds||33.1 pounds||31 pounds|
|Material||SECC & Plastic(Front Bezel Material)||Steel / Plastic||plastic and steel||Spcc|
|Supported Motherboard||ATX||Extended-ATX||Information not provided||ATX|
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Top Customer Reviews
Hinged door absolutely owns. I love that the fan attached to it does not have a wire running across my case that has to be unplugged. Also, the door comes off the hinges if you want to remove it.
The hot swap bays are sweet. They have a sata power strip ran to each one with 1 connector at the end in which you plug your single sata power cable into. Running 1 power connector instead of 5 is awesome. You need to buy 5 sata cables though. They are not included. I purchased 5 angled ones.
The 3 200mm color changing fans are relatively quiet on the high setting and the various color changing options you can do with them is a nice added bonus. You can have your very own disco show going on if you want.
The cable management is by far the best I have ever encountered. So many ways to hide & route the cables. Even included some reusable ties.
The dust fan guards are removable within 2 seconds. No more taking things apart to clean them. Very nice.
All the case wiring is very long. This includes the front audio, power switch, hdd, usb headers etc. So long in fact, I am now able to use my front audio for the first time in 5 years. All the wiring is black in color if it matters.
The transparent window is actually bigger than it looks which is a plus.
The 2 locks on the case are a nice touch. Just an FYI, they both come locked so don't try to force open the hdd bays without unlocking first =)
The case ascetically speaking is beautiful. In my opinion, better than the expensive Level 10.Read more ›
Thermaltake claims the Level 10 GT is targeted for "High Performance Gaming" and "Super Airflow Chassis" applications, which would seem rather fitting. There are three mammoth 200mm fans in this case, as well as a 140mm rear exhaust fan and the option for a bottom 120mm intake fan. If you're looking for increased airflow, the Level 10 GT should offer up more than just a cool breeze. Two of those 200mm fans are also covered by removable, washable air filters, thankfully. More on this later. You'll also notice in the spec list above, that the case only weighs about 28lbs. With the handle on the top of this chassis, for a full tower, it's actually fairly easy to move around. Finally, if you thought the original Level 10 GT wasn't bold enough, as you can see, our Snow Edition model here pretty much jumps out at you. We call it the "Storm Trooper" around the lab. Contrasted in flat black and white, this chassis would easily blend into the set of the George Lucas classic.
Exterior Design, Materials and Worksmanship
The Level 10 GT Snow Edition is all about contrast, from its straight-up black and white color scheme to the carved compartments that mark each of the major component areas. And yeah, the original Level 10 and Level 10 GT black version chassis stood out a bit but, as you can see, the Level 10 GT Snow Edition is a major league head-turner.
The 5.25-inch drive bays are of a toolless design that allow you to snap optical drives into place with a locking mechanism. This is a quality design approach that makes the installation process that much easier and plenty robust. The Level 10 GT's 3.5-inch hard drive bays are a hot-swap style setup that allow you to release a drive sled with the push of a button.Read more ›
The Thermaltake Level 10 GT is a behemoth chassis solution with some unique user features that can fulfill your industrial art form dream. However like any priceless creation it does have some drawbacks. For example despite its prodigious girth and breadth-it can still be a challenge to route all wiring behind the motherboard backplane in a well-populated build.
After owning numerous chassis of similar stature and cost-this seems to be a trend having no practical purpose. Minimally the width of a Molex connector turned sideways would be appropriate. Optionally raising the deck (mainboard backplane) to accommodate crossing power supply cabling would serve the end user well towards minimizing the trauma associated with this necessary element of system building.
The hot swap drive mounting provision can be troublesome requiring a terse push or sometimes several before a drive will initialize- I found this issue can be minimized by re-locking the drive array after verifying the drive shows up in the operating system.
Otherwise the combination of vented airflow and large fans should keep your rig cooler. With the addition of the multi-featured lighting - it's more fun than a band of drunk Mariachis to play with.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wouldn't boot up after re-installing everything twice. In between I re-installed same hardware in old case and booted up fine. Really disappointed. Read morePublished 26 days ago by L. Heath Mcdonald
I would like to say that I love this tower. Before I bought this tower, I had a mid sized tower, but not enough space to put all of my parts. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This case is decent in size and is plenty large enough for the average builder. It can house a 240mm radiator on the top for water cooling with no problems. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jonathan L.
I absolutely love my case. I haven't needed to turn the fans up for any reason. It stays extremely cool and I now no longer worry about the heat, though I still check it once a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Luke
Looks Great! Modern enough case for the cost. There is a ton of room for the big stuff (190mm heatsink & 360mm VGA-see pic), I have it up and running only. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Melissa Payne