Tuesday, November 5th 2019

Thermaltake Introduces Level 20 HT Series Full Tower Cases

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, is thrilled to announce a new member of the Level 20 collection- the Level 20 HT and the Level 20 HT Snow Edition Full Tower Chassis. Distinctive from most cases on the market, the Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition full tower chassis is specially constructed to continue the legend of the Level 20 series case family. It features four durable 4 mm thick tempered glass windows, two preinstalled 140 mm standard fans on the top, and is designed with outstanding system ventilation. The chassis is a premium choice that inhabits a vertical mount design and expansion capabilities for massive custom liquid-cooled systems. The Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition takes our latest case innovations and wraps them in an ultra-modern style that's utterly unique in the case market today. Stand out from the crowd with the Level 20 HT.
Features of Thermaltake Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition Full Tower Chassis:
Distinctive Design DNA
Embedded with the appearance of Level 20 chassis, the pillars of Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition carry the same structural aesthetics and architectural design but with a vertical tower body. Components in the Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition are installed in chambers, allowing maximum ventilation and space management optimization.

Tempered Glass Window With Ultimate Viewing Angles
The Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition comes with four tempered glass panels at the front, top and both sides which make it easy to display the internal components. For the front and top tempered glass panels, users can easily unlock by pressing down the locking mechanism located on the top part of the glass, allowing quick and easy access. The left and right hinged doors are also equipped with a smart lock security system allowing you to easily secure the inner components of your case.

Dust Reduction
Well-designed quick removal magnetic fan filters on the back and at the base provide excellent dust protection and dirt reduction, ensuring a dust-free environment.

Superior Hardware Expansion
The Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition contains outstanding expandability options, allowing you to build the most high-end system you can dream of. It can support motherboards up to a standard E-ATX, a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 260 mm, multi-GPU configurations can be vertically mounted up to 400 mm in length (without a HDD rack), a power supply with a length of up to 200 mm, and four 2.5"/3.5" (with HDD cage) and one 2.5" (with HDD bracket) storage devices.

Exceptional Cooling Possibilities
The Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition is optimized with outstanding cooling capabilities, delivering fantastic cooling efficiency. Besides two pre-installed standard 140 mm exhaust fans on top, this case can accommodate up to three 120 mm fans at the bottom and side and two 120 mm/140 mm fans on top, at the side, or the rear depending on your preference. The Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition can fit up to 360 mm DIY liquid cooling radiators at the bottom and the side.

Airflow In and Out
Thanks to the dedicated design of the Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition, the airflow within the case moves smoothly, ensuring the interior temperature stays low at all time.

Speedy Transmission (USB Type-C & USB 3.0)
The top-right I/O port panel features two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 data transfer ports, along with one USB 3.1 Type-C port.

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 HT/HT Snow Edition 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.

For more information, visit the product pages of the Level 20 HT and the Level 20 HT Snow Edition.
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11 Comments on Thermaltake Introduces Level 20 HT Series Full Tower Cases

#1
bonehead123
Well, this is a nice variation on the TT900 super tower (which I own) , and geez, they even included a USB C port on the front I/O panel, unlike sooooo many other so-called "NEW" cases that have been released the past several years......

If you're in the market for a big, heavy, distinctive looking case, with massive air flow and expansion options, then look no further, because this is your baby :)

ps... my son has the slight variation of this design, aka the Level 20 XT, which is the horizontally-oriented style, and it is really nice too !
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#2
silkstone
Nice, I've been looking for a cube-type case with big airflow and the closest I've found, for a decent price, is the Infinity cube.
Thermaltake cases are generally within my price range so if this is ~$150 (or less) I may have found my next new case.
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#3
ne6togadno
silkstone
Nice, I've been looking for a cube-type case with big airflow and the closest I've found, for a decent price, is the Infinity cube.
Thermaltake cases are generally within my price range so if this is ~$150 (or less) I may have found my next new case.
check also core x5 (tg). you may have hard time finding one available but it has a lot of space nice airflow and should be within $150 range
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kapone32
silkstone
Nice, I've been looking for a cube-type case with big airflow and the closest I've found, for a decent price, is the Infinity cube.
Thermaltake cases are generally within my price range so if this is ~$150 (or less) I may have found my next new case.
For airflow the best case Thermaltake made is the Core X9. They are just like the Level 20XT but instead of glass most of the case is vented with dust filters everywhere except the front of the bottom. The only thing is availability as it is a couple generations old.
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#5
silkstone
ne6togadno
check also core x5 (tg. you may have hard time finding one available but it has a lot of space nice airflow and should be within $150 range
I like the internals of that. I'm not fully sold on the external look, but if the price is right...
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ne6togadno
silkstone
I like the internals of that. I'm not fully sold on the external look, but if the price is right...
frontal plastics look a bit like cheapo but on the inside you have full cover dust filter. it has a lot of space to work inside and a lot of configurable options for hdd cages psu position etc.
cool thing is you can remove everything you don't need. I have only nvm-e drive and I was able to remove unnecessary 3.5" bays and leave them in the box so they arnt just dead weight in the case
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#7
ps000000
Look like you can not hide cable mess anywhere in this case.
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#8
kapone32
ps000000
Look like you can not hide cable mess anywhere in this case.
Nope none of the Core or Level 20s are good for cable mgmt.
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#9
AnarchoPrimitiv
Thats cool that you can put a PC inside that 3D Printer
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#10
Turmania
I think this company and its products should not be advertised or mentioned anywhere in tech related sites.
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#11
Chloe Price
ps000000
Look like you can not hide cable mess anywhere in this case.
Exactly. I don't get the idea why the (in most cases, literally) right side panel should be glass/acrylic, because the main reason for the space behind the motherboard tray is to hide the cables.
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