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Apr 20, 11 at 1:07amleochan


Like the Thermaltake Level 10 but couldn't justify its astronomical pricing for a case? Thermaltake hopes to address that with the Level 10 GT, which is actually within reach of enthusiast rig builders. Hit our review to see if Thermaltake still managed to keep a good thing going with the Level 10 GT despite its relatively lower $269 pricing.

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Apr 21, 11 at 12:45am
Gravity


Good to know. Thanks. Helps if figuring on a case and the add ons for total cost.



Apr 21, 11 at 12:38am
Vagabond


quote Gravity
quote Vagabond
Yeah, I could make a section that just talks about the included fans, airflow and customizations that can be made to them.

This case includes four fans. 3 are 200mm and the fourth is 140mm. There is a single 200mm intake fan in front of the HDD bays and another 200mm intake fan on the side door. The two exhaust fans are located at the top and back panels of the case, with the top fan being 200mm and the rear panel fan being 140mm. This setup gives the Level 10 GT a push-pull configuration. All the fan can be removed and new fans can be put in place with varying sizes from 120mm to 200mm. Also, there is room for a 240mm internal rad at top of the case if you remove the top 200mm fan.
Are all of the fans LED or which one's are not. That was something that wasn't easily clear to me on the Coolermaster HAF-X. I wound up ordering the fans I did, but aside from the stock black blade ones, there were the same slots for you to install your own led's if you didn't want to spring for new led fans.
The three 200mm fans are LED fans and the 140mm fan is not.



Apr 21, 11 at 12:35am
Gravity


quote Vagabond
Yeah, I could make a section that just talks about the included fans, airflow and customizations that can be made to them.

This case includes four fans. 3 are 200mm and the fourth is 140mm. There is a single 200mm intake fan in front of the HDD bays and another 200mm intake fan on the side door. The two exhaust fans are located at the top and back panels of the case, with the top fan being 200mm and the rear panel fan being 140mm. This setup gives the Level 10 GT a push-pull configuration. All the fan can be removed and new fans can be put in place with varying sizes from 120mm to 200mm. Also, there is room for a 240mm internal rad at top of the case if you remove the top 200mm fan.
Are all of the fans LED or which one's are not. That was something that wasn't easily clear to me on the Coolermaster HAF-X. I wound up ordering the fans I did, but aside from the stock black blade ones, there were the same slots for you to install your own led's if you didn't want to spring for new led fans.



Apr 20, 11 at 9:35pm
Vagabond


quote Gravity
Just noticed the fanage.
Nice, kinda has some effects like the Vegas lights with pattern rotation.
Also convenient.

Maybe though is it possible to note fans included and space available for what's not(like room to add more?) in specs portion?
Yeah, I could make a section that just talks about the included fans, airflow and customizations that can be made to them.

This case includes four fans. 3 are 200mm and the fourth is 140mm. There is a single 200mm intake fan in front of the HDD bays and another 200mm intake fan on the side door. The two exhaust fans are located at the top and back panels of the case, with the top fan being 200mm and the rear panel fan being 140mm. This setup gives the Level 10 GT a push-pull configuration. All the fan can be removed and new fans can be put in place with varying sizes from 120mm to 200mm. Also, there is room for a 240mm internal rad at top of the case if you remove the top 200mm fan.



Apr 20, 11 at 9:28pm
Gravity


Just noticed the fanage.
Nice, kinda has some effects like the Vegas lights with pattern rotation.
Also convenient.

Maybe though is it possible to note fans included and space available for what's not(like room to add more?) in specs portion?



Apr 20, 11 at 9:19pm
Vagabond


quote Gravity
Some of the flavor of the original. Seems ok.
Are the hot bays Sata 2.0 3mbps or 3.0 6mbps? Would it matter?
They can work with either



Apr 20, 11 at 9:08pm
Gravity


Some of the flavor of the original. Seems ok.
Are the hot bays Sata 2.0 3mbps or 3.0 6mbps? Would it matter?



Apr 20, 11 at 5:04pm
Supernova1332


The price drop isnt that unexpected, the case does weigh 20lbs less than the original l10.
Was debating between this and the new xigmatek elysium for my next system in a few months. Both fairly expensive and both look great imo. Might grab a dual socket system to put the elysium to use, that is if any come out for bulldozer or sandy/ivy.



Apr 20, 11 at 1:07am
leochan


Like the Thermaltake Level 10 but couldn't justify its astronomical pricing for a case? Thermaltake hopes to address that with the Level 10 GT, which is actually within reach of enthusiast rig builders. Hit our review to see if Thermaltake still managed to keep a good thing going with the Level 10 GT despite its relatively lower $269 pricing.





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