I would like to thank Thermaltake for providing the Level 10 GT review sample.
Rarely do gaming chassis' share design with luxury sports car manufactures, but Thermaltake is not your ordinary company. In 2009 Thermaltake partnered with BMW to produce the luxurious and exclusive Level 10 gaming case. A unique compartmentalized design drew attention to the sleek structure. The glaring price tag was a speed bump to many potential buyers, but with the release of the Level 10 GT a more cost friendly version has become available. The Level 10 GT recreates a similar design structure and layout but with less compartmentalization and improved airflow. We'll balance the Level 10 GT and see if the redesign will lean towards its modest price or tip on the side of performance.
|Specifications: Level 10 GT|
|Drive Bays||4x 5.25 inch bays; 5x 3.5 inch HDD trays|
|Form Factor||Micro-ATX, ATX, Extended ATX|
|Case Fans||Front: 1x 200 mm ColorShift fan; Rear: 1x 140 mm fan, Top: 1x 200 mm Colorshift fan, Side: 1x 200 mm ColorShift fan|
|Dimensions||(W) 282 x (H) 584 x (D) 590 mm|
|Switches||Power / Reset|
|Front Connectivity||USB 3.0 x 2 / USB 2.0 x 4 / Mic x1 / Audio x1|