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ThermalTake Level 10 GT Review

Compxpert    -   March 10, 2011
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Conclusion:

All in all, the Level 10 GT provides more than just adequate protection for your precious computation components. It looks stylish and performs every bit as well as it looks. With the Level 10 GT, form meets function for a very nice combination. Many great features have been jam packed into this case. Things like a headset hanger, USB 3.0, excellent wire management features, tool-less solutions and even a hinged side panel door. Just, to name a few of the many things Thermaltake did well with on the Level 10 GT. Heck I even managed to leave out the best feature of all which are the five external hotswap capable HDD bays which is convenient especially when you have a lot of hard drives. The case also sports four fans all of which are >120mm which is a big help when keeping things cool. Not only that but the fans are color change capable and are able to switch between three different colors and two special color modes. Being able to change the speed of the fans from high to low is also of importance especially if your PC is in a room where sometimes you need to keep things quiet. What really brings this whole case together however is the legacy of the Level 10 itself. As you're probably aware, the original Level 10 retailed at a very unaffordable $800 and sported a great many of these features also but in a much larger package. With that being said, the GT brings the Level 10 down in price to a much nicer $270 which with all of these features and the great looks reminiscent of the original Level 10, will be a hard case to pass up for sure.  Should you be considering an investment of nearly $300 on a case, this should be in your top three.

 

Pros:

  • USB 3.0
  • Very Stylish and sleek looking
  • Five hotswap capable bays for hard drives
  • Hinged side panel door
  • Locking mechanisms for door and hard drives
  • Water cooling capable
  • Great wire manageability
  • Plenty of space for the latest graphics cards
  • E-ATX support
  • Comes with four large fans

 

Cons:

  • Pretty heavy once everything is installed
  • Price is still up there but not like its predecessor


 

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  1. Intruduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (The Working Components)
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing: Setup and Results
  6. Conclusion
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