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
theJesus
[H]@RD5TUFF said:
The weight, is also wrong, it weighs 80'ish pounds empty.
Weight doesn't matter much for an HTPC or server that won't be getting moved much, if at all.
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[H]@RD5TUFF
theJesus said:
Weight doesn't matter much for an HTPC or server that won't be getting moved much, if at all.
Personally this would sit next to my entertainment center, as it wouldn't fit inside it (would like to see one where this would fit inside :wtf: ) and as I have wood floors, I would need to move it 2-3 times a week to clean the floor and condition the wood it sat on, and if you add 10 + pounds of hardware to it, that mighty close to the hundred pound mark. Now I am not one to hate on heavy machines, as my LAN machine sits in a HAF-X, but moving 90 + pounds of machine to clean the floor 2-3 times a week, would get old in the first week.
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#3
theJesus
[H]@RD5TUFF said:
Personally this would sit next to my entertainment center, as it wouldn't fit inside it (would like to see one where this would fit inside :wtf: ) and as I have wood floors, I would need to move it 2-3 times a week to clean the floor and condition the wood it sat on, and if you add 10 + pounds of hardware to it, that mighty close to the hundred pound mark. Now I am not one to hate on heavy machines, as my LAN machine sits in a HAF-X, but moving 90 + pounds of machine to clean the floor 2-3 times a week, would get old in the first week.
Then it's not for you. I would imagine, however, that it wouldn't be uncommon for an entertainment center to weigh more than that to begin with.

Also, a case like this is certainly not designed to be tucked away in an entertainment center, it's meant to be shown off.

edit: For the record, I hate the case and I'm only defending it on principle.
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#4
[H]@RD5TUFF
theJesus said:
Then it's not for you. I would imagine, however, that it wouldn't be uncommon for an entertainment center to weigh more than that to begin with.

Also, a case like this is certainly not designed to be tucked away in an entertainment center, it's meant to be shown off.

edit: For the record, I hate the case and I'm only defending it on principle.
I didn't want it to be "tucked away" as you said, I meant "it's meant to be shown off" (even though it's ugly as sin!).

For the record it's UGLY!:rockout:

P.S. Thank You Jesus for your opinion.
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#5
Wile E
Power User
[H]@RD5TUFF said:
Personally this would sit next to my entertainment center, as it wouldn't fit inside it (would like to see one where this would fit inside :wtf: ) and as I have wood floors, I would need to move it 2-3 times a week to clean the floor and condition the wood it sat on, and if you add 10 + pounds of hardware to it, that mighty close to the hundred pound mark. Now I am not one to hate on heavy machines, as my LAN machine sits in a HAF-X, but moving 90 + pounds of machine to clean the floor 2-3 times a week, would get old in the first week.
So don't move it. Can't see under it anyway.
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#6
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
That is one of the most unique looking and awesome cases I have seen. I am not a fan of the price, they co-designed it with BMW which explains that, but the cable routing on it and the cooling is pretty good and everything is isolated into its own little compartment. Love the bundle but it better S**K and F*** me for 800 dollars, lol.
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#7
theJesus
WarEagleAU said:
That is one of the most unique looking and awesome cases I have seen. I am not a fan of the price, they co-designed it with BMW which explains that, but the cable routing on it and the cooling is pretty good and everything is isolated into its own little compartment. Love the bundle but it better S**K and F*** me for 800 dollars, lol.
There is a modded case out there that will do that for you :laugh:
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#8
Yukikaze
I would absolutely love a Level 10 case, but there is no way in hell I am paying this much for it.
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