Tuesday, August 28th 2018

Thermaltake Unveils Level 20 XT Cube Chassis - Experience Ultimate Compatibility

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, announced the immediate availability of Thermaltake Level 20 XT Cube Chassis. The level 20 XT has a unique flat motherboard design that puts components on display from any angle, and a split-level design that separates cooling, PSU and hardware components in the upper and lower sections. The Level 20 XT takes our latest case innovations and wraps them in an ultra-modern style that's utterly unique in the case market today.

Level 20 XT supports up to E-ATX motherboards, CPU coolers up to 250mm in height, VGA lengths up to 400mm and PSU sizes up to 220mm in length. The XT also supports up to 480mm radiators, with mounting positions along the top, the front, or along either side in the lower compartment.
Features of Thermaltake Level 20 XT Cube Chassis:

Advanced Ventilation
Level 20 XT is preinstalled with one 140mm rear fan. Level 20 XT enables users to build a complete high-end system with ample room for up to two front 200mm fans and is fully compatible with 480mm, 420mm, 360mm, 280mm, 240mm, 140mm and 120mm radiators. Removable top magnetic fan filter, front fan filter, and bottom filter provide excellent reduction against dust, and better airflow.
Chamber Design
The Level 20 XT carries over the innovations of some of our earlier cube case designs by splitting the chassis into two chambers. The top chamber houses the motherboard tray GPU and other PCI-E cards, while the lower section houses the power supply, storage devices and cooling elements. By splitting the chassis, we can showcase each.

Four 4mm Tempered Glass Panels
The front, top and side panels are all built from our ultra-durable 4mm tempered glass. This means the panels are more resistant to dust and scratches than acrylic and provide a clearer view of internal components.
Superior Hardware and Liquid Cooling Support
Level 20 XT supports up to E-ATX motherboards, CPU coolers up to 250mm in height, VGA lengths up to 400mm and PSU sizes up to 220mm in length. The XT also supports up to 480mm radiators, with mounting positions along the top, the front, or along either side in the lower compartment.

Speedy Transmission (USB Type-C & USB 3.0)
The side I/O ports features two USB 3.0, two USB2.0 and one Type-C port, to grant users easy access for speedy transmission.

DMD: Dismantlable Modular Design
Strip your case down to the bones and install elements when and as you need them with our modular design. The Level 20 XT features modular panels, racks, brackets, and pre-design mounting arrays. No more unreachable screw corners or gaps, installation can be a breeze with our Dismantlable Modular Design.
Availability, Warranty, Compatibility and Pricing
Level 20 XT Cube Chassis will be available in August, 2018, via the Thermaltake worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. Level 20 XT Cube Chassis is backed by a three-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network. For up-to-date pricing of Level 20 XT Cube Chassis, please refer to the Thermaltake website or contact your local Thermaltake sales or PR representative.
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5 Comments on Thermaltake Unveils Level 20 XT Cube Chassis - Experience Ultimate Compatibility

#1
RejZoR
Thank god front top is less ugly than on a regular tower. It still looks totally out of place.
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#2
bonehead123
well at least they included a USB C port on the front panel :)

But why would anyone want fans sucking hot air away from your PSU, but then blowing it directly onto the bottom of your mobo ??? makes no sense to me at all...

Other than this, I do like the asthetics of it :D
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#3
diatribe
It looks like Thermaltake took a standard X9 frame and enclosed it in tempered glass.
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#5
Dr_b_
If you decide to liquid cool this with a custom loop, keep in mind that a rad on the top may restrict your access to the motherboard and PCIexpansion slots, making a build difficult. If front is solid glass, not sure how good airflow is going to be for either a front mounted rad or just airflow without a rad, you still need some airflow even if liquid cooling
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