Wednesday, April 11th 2012

The New Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition Chassis Battle is more than the Game

Thermaltake, being the industry pioneer brand with expertise in PC power and thermal solutions, and continues to drive toward the corporate mission of "delivering the perfect user experience" in all segment of the market. Since the first debut of Thermaltake Level 10 GT back in January 2011, enthusiasts were overwhelmed by its ostentatious appearance and performance often missed the true spirit that Level 10 GT. This spring Level 10 GT has been camouflaged and transformed into Level 10 GT Battle edition to evoke the "battle" spirit of being a gamer and its true representation.


Battle is more than the game

Thermaltake began to advocate eSports at the end of 2009 in Asia, slowly expand to the rest of the world. Understood gaming is not a mindless leisure activities, it's more about the spirit of constant battling and challenge oneself in order to present a greater self which matched the spirit of Level 10 GT Battle edition. This spring, Thermaltake deploy Level 10 GT Battle Edition for game fanatics to get a closer battling experience, by camouflaged the original Level 10 GT into a military green with military print style throughout the entire chassis, realizing some of the war game base chassis mods that have been presented in the market. Not only aiding gamers to present a much personalize style as well as helping gamers to remember the sprite of Battle.

Powerful and self-assured presence

Since the first debut of Thermaltake Level 10 GT back in January 2011, enthusiasts and gamers were overwhelmed by its ostentatious appearance and performance. Since the appearance and performance is utterly preferred by the media, reviewers, and owners of Level 10 GT. Therefore the Level 10 GT Battle edition has maintained all the greatness of Level 10 GT, like the PitsStop 5 (EasySwap HDD bays), internal Superspeed USB 3.0 ports, Quadfans, Triple Colorshift, Coolflux, S.S.S (Smart Security System), Cableclear and TripleMax. Moreover the special design reinforcement Quicklink HDD accessories have also been implemented. With all the greatnesses of Level 10 GT plus the new military prints and logos making Level 10 GT Battle a distinctive battle machine for game fanatics to carry the love of their life.

For more detail information on Level 10 GT Battle edition please visit:
http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001891
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19 Comments on The New Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition Chassis Battle is more than the Game

#2
THE_EGG
I think i just vomited in my mouth 0.o
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#3
rjkoneill
the white version is alright

this is just daft.

TT need to understand that disco fans are a really bad idea.
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#4
Depth
How many people designed this? And why weren't they allowed to communicate with eachother?
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#6
Fourstaff
Prefer the original Level 10, that was a beauty but after that it went downhill.
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#7
ironwolf
by: Depth
How many people designed this? And why weren't they allowed to communicate with eachother?
That's the problem, I don't think any human beings designed this. Going with a trained chimp and a squirrel myself. Fugly case. :banghead:
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#8
Sasqui
by: Depth
How many people designed this? And why weren't they allowed to communicate with eachother?
:roll:
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#9
micropage7
yeah the white version looks better
they just add new label "bla bla bla edition" on that just to take more attention coz their design (sorry) pretty bad, just like many boxes that glued into one :banghead:
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#10
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
The first one was horrible and they had to go and make another??? LOL
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#11
Chaitanya
some has to clean the garbage bin my room now. ;)
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#12
Wrigleyvillain
PTFO or GTFO
by: Fourstaff
Prefer the original Level 10, that was a beauty but after that it went downhill.
I don't know. They get kudos for originality and innovation (moreover two terms I usually don't associate with Thermaltake) but when I saw one in person finally at Microcenter I was very unimpressed. It was way too plastic and chinsy looking. Too large too.
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#13
MeanBruce
by: Depth
How many people designed this? And why weren't they allowed to communicate with eachother?
Hahaha, my 15year old nephew will love this chassis. The one below must have been the inspiration...I feel so blessed!:D


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#14
Brewster0101
Don't understand how Thermaltake make any money. Almost everything they produce is absolute junk and ugly.
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#15
MeanBruce
by: Brewster0101
Don't understand how Thermaltake make any money. Almost everything they produce is absolute junk and ugly.
bc the ugly junk market is HUGE!
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#16
SIGSEGV
by: MeanBruce
Hahaha, my 15year old nephew will love this chassis. The one below must have been the inspiration...I feel so blessed!:D


[url/]http://i1177.photobucket.com/albums/x358/MeanBruce/6a.jpg[/url]
LMAO :laugh: :laugh:

i think Thermaltake's Overseer RX-I VN700M1W2N is much better than this ugly chassis :banghead:
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#17
ensabrenoir
I will not be mocked by you Tt make something serious
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#18
azzonie
April fools day is over.
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#19
Fourstaff
Thermaltake actually makes decent stuff, their Armour and Element cases are "normal looking", power supply is about the same quality as some Corsairs, and they have a line of gaming peripherals under Tt eSPORTS brand.
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