Thursday, December 23rd 2010

Thermaltake Announces Ultimate Gamer Kit Bundle

Thermaltake announced a limited period hardware bundle offer for the X'mas shopping season. Dubbed the Thermaltake Ultimate Gamer Kit, Thermaltake is offering its Level 10 gamer chassis, a Tt eSports Black gaming mouse, a Tt eSports Shock gaming headset, and a Tt eSports Challenger Pro gaming keyboard, in a bundle with free shipping for US $799. Individually, these parts cost $849.99 for the Level 10, $49.99 for the Black, $79.99 for the Shock, and $79.99 for the Challenger Pro (totaling $1059.96 + shipping). In all, a $260 value. The deal should be available on leading online stores between 23rd to 27th of this month.
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33 Comments on Thermaltake Announces Ultimate Gamer Kit Bundle

#1
Th3pwn3r
I'll be amazed if they sell 50 of these kits.
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#2
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
That level 10 case is stupid IMO, its mostly for looks and doesn't make the machine go faster (like honda's with APC mufflers and add on wings)
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#3
craigo
That`s a good saving on a unique case...
Did the AMD edition HAF offer any cooling enhancements for your INTEL CPU
or did you just like the look?
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#4
Th3pwn3r
by: craigo
That`s a good saving on a unique case...
Did the AMD edition HAF offer any cooling enhancements for your INTEL CPU
or did you just like the look?
Sure it's unique and I do like the look BUT the look isn't worth the ridiculous amount of money they're attempting to sell these things at. I too have a CoolerMaster HAF and I bought it for massive airlow which does help the cooling as we know and it was priced on sale at $99.99. I will say that I do think the AMD HAF edition is ridiculously ugly though haha.
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#5
Kantastic
by: Th3pwn3r
Sure it's unique and I do like the look BUT the look isn't worth the ridiculous amount of money they're attempting to sell these things at. I too have a CoolerMaster HAF and I bought it for massive airlow which does help the cooling as we know and it was priced on sale at $99.99. I will say that I do think the AMD HAF edition is ridiculously ugly though haha.
A $600 premium over a standard case may seem like it's a lot for us, but there are some who would spend that much on dinner.
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#6
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: craigo
That`s a good saving on a unique case...
Did the AMD edition HAF offer any cooling enhancements for your INTEL CPU
or did you just like the look?
There is a serious difference in 20-30 dollars more for different looks and a case that costs 800 dollars and weighs as much as a small moon and looks uglier than a dirty diaper.
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#7
theJesus
For how much that thing costs, it better come with all that free stuff.
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#8
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: theJesus
For how much that thing costs, it better come with all that free stuff.
Not just that, it's so ugly they hope that once the paramedics take the mail man away with his broken back, and blown out knees from delivering it to you, you'll be so enthraled with all the "free stuff" you won't notice how ugly the case is.
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#9
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
I think it is ugly ! And the price ? I have a hard time thinking they will sell more than 50 of them . What a POS .
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#10
kenkickr
by: theJesus
For how much that thing costs, it better come with all that free stuff.
Ditto. For how ugly that case is they should pay whoever owns it and shows it off to their friends.
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#11
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
Looks like legos designed it ! :twitch:
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#12
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: trickson
Looks like legos designed it ! :twitch:
Actually it was designed in part by BMW's M3 division, which clearly shows they have all gone insane and should be fired, for making some thing this ugly.
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#13
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
by: [h]@rd5tuff
actually it was designed in part by bmw's m3 division, which clearly shows they have all gone insane and should be fired, for making some thing this ugly.
lol .
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#14
KainXS
well that case = large epenis . . . . . and a ugly failing one at that
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#15
Static~Charge
I could see using this setup at a trade show to get peoples' attention, but I wouldn't waste my own money on it.
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#16
alucasa
It has better come with a free hooker or a hot and very available delivery woman.
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#17
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: alucasa
It has better come with a free hooker or a hot and very available delivery woman.
Problem is you'd better be into women in wheelchairs, because that's where she will be with a broken back after bringing that to your door.
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#18
DaveK
The problem with offering free crap with the case is that it's their own brand. I'd rather buy a Logitech mouse or something. Not that I would buy that case in the first place, I usually end up going with different companies for different components.
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[H]@RD5TUFF
by: DaveK
The problem with offering free crap with the case is that it's their own brand. I'd rather buy a Logitech mouse or something. Not that I would buy that case in the first place, I usually end up going with different companies for different components.
Thermaltake used to mean quality, and inovation, now it means broken in 6 months.
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#20
craigo
Cases are a matter of personal taste
I think the level 10 looks amazing
my TJ09 cost me about $450AUD when purchased but to its merit is on its fifth build (must update my specs) NOW UPDATED
not saying a cheap case is false economy BUT... Do you think a HAF will last that long with style and build quality?
I am not usually interested in anything Thermaltake bring to the table although the Level 10 has my interest because i feel that it would go the distance and that is why it commands a high premium
that said
gaming keyboards run like $100 these days don`t they and the Tt looks like a contender for that market.
Gamer headsets bout the same? right?
I don`t feel that Tt have put the huge sting on this deal that some of the posts imply.
Keeping in mind quality doesn't tend to go out of style
If you don`t like this case don`t buy one.
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#21
DaveK
by: [H]@RD5TUFF
Thermaltake used to mean quality, and inovation, now it means broken in 6 months.
I wouldn't want that to happen to a mouse, at least with Logitech I know it will last years. Then again, usually when something comes free with another product it usually isn't the best. Even if I was to get this bundle and free mouse, I'd still end up buying a Logitech mouse.
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#22
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: DaveK
I wouldn't want that to happen to a mouse, at least with Logitech I know it will last years. Then again, usually when something comes free with another product it usually isn't the best. Even if I was to get this bundle and free mouse, I'd still end up buying a Logitech mouse.
IMO Logitech's quality has slipped as well, all 3 of the last Logitech products I bought died in 3 months 2 headsets and a mouse.
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#23
Wile E
Power User
I love the looks of the Level 10. I would not pay $800 for one on a million years. I would happily buy it for $150 and MAYBE up to $200, depending on how good of a mood I'm in. I'd love to use it for an HTPC/server in my living room.

The price is the only thing that's actually wrong with it.
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#24
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: Wile E
I love the looks of the Level 10. I would not pay $800 for one on a million years. I would happily buy it for $150 and MAYBE up to $200, depending on how good of a mood I'm in. I'd love to use it for an HTPC/server in my living room.

The price is the only thing that's actually wrong with it.
The weight, is also wrong, it weighs 80'ish pounds empty.
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#25
Wile E
Power User
80lbs is fine by me.
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