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Thermaltake Level 10 GT Chassis Avalable Now

Category: Cases
Posted: 05:22PM

Thermaltake showcased its new Level 10 GT case at CES last month and OCC was there to check it out. This case is the follow on to the original Level 10 case, a collaborative effort between Thermaltake and BMW Group DesignworksUSA, which was introduced at CES 2010.

Now, Thermaltake is announcing immediate availability of the Level 10 GT chassis. Just to give you a quick run down on the features, the Level 10 GT has unmatched cable management which allows you to properly separate cables and channel them through the grooves strategically placed on the back of the case. For extreme cooling, Level 10 GT features a removable top meshed panel with included true 200mm exhaust fan that can be removed to accommodate up to a 240mm radiator for water cooling systems. The case also is equipped with a hinged side-panel door where 200mm intake fan's power connector automatically disconnects itself without any user intervention. The chassis comes equipped with hot-swappable drive caddies, three 200mm fans with an additional 140mm TurboFan into the back of the Level 10 GT. To top things off, it also features two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports on top as well as an eSATA port with four additional USB 2.0 ports located on the front bezel.

Thermaltake means it when they said 'immediate availability" as the Level 10 GT is available from e-tailers right now at an MSRP of US$269.99.


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ClayMeow on February 9, 2011 11:32AM
No case is worth $300
MercuryDoun on February 9, 2011 01:04PM
Maybe its not worth $270, but this case does look awesome all the same. And its MUCH MUCH MUCH more affordable than the Original Level 10 which cost like $800...
bp9801 on February 9, 2011 09:24PM
Exactly. The GT seems to add in a lot of improvements while cutting the price by more than half. Well worth it if you were already considering the Level 10 or other similar high-end case.
ClayMeow on February 11, 2011 02:18PM
Just because it's less than its predecessor doesn't make it worth it.
bp9801 on February 12, 2011 05:27PM
And I said it could be if you were already considering spending a lot for a case.
SpeedCrazy on February 12, 2011 07:43PM
Well i dont know about $270 but it sure would be sweet to have under my desk.
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BearSmash on February 25, 2011 01:05PM
That's not true at all, a case is definitely worth 300 dollars if it can protect the substantial investment in a high-end PC. Also, some people would be willing to pay a little extra for the insane amount of convenience this case seems to provide.
Compxpert on March 2, 2011 11:12PM
Considering the price of the original and the sheerly mind numbing amount of features they put it this how is it unresonable to put a $270 price tag on it. Some of the things it has I've never seen on any other case for even $230 and I've been through many a Lian-Li.

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