Wednesday, January 15th 2020

Thermaltake Releases Level 20 RS ARGB Mid Tower Chassis

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, Thermaltake proudly announced a new member of Level 20 series, the Level 20 RS ARGB edition mid-tower chassis. Inspired by sports cars, the Level 20 RS ARGB has a rising top panel that cleverly hides the I/O ports on its side; the ARGB light bar shown on its front perfectly mimics the afterimage of a car's tail light. Furthermore, we switched the front panel's material to a three-layer filter, and adjusted the pillars of the front panel to help maximize the airflow, giving a unique characteristic to this chassis.

Softly shining through the front panel is the two 200 mm ARGB preinstalled fan, with one 120 mm fan at the rear end creating perfect ventilation. Two tempered glass side panels and an acrylic tempered window on the PSU cover provides excessive visual accessibility for showing off your power supply; rotational PCI-E slots and removable PSU cover allow users to install their PC's effortlessly and to arrange their parts as they wish. By utilizing Thermaltake components, users can experience the best liquid cooling expansions and advanced cable management. Get ready for your race by choosing the new Level 20 RS ARGB.

Sophisticated Design
The top and front panels are built with a three-layer filter to maximize cooling functions. Pillars of the front panel have also adapted the filter design to maximize the intake of air. With one 4 mm tempered glass window on each side, users can freely demonstrate their DIY spirit and enjoy the ultimate internal component visibility.

Convenient I/O Ports
Located at the side of the rising top panel, the I/O Ports of Level 20 RS ARGB Mid-Tower Chassis features two USB 3.0, two standard USB 2.0, and one HD Audio, power, and an ARGB button for users to switch lighting effects as they want, and to have direct access points when needed.

Vertical GPU Mount
Specially designed with dual GPU placement options, the Level 20 RS ARGB Mid-Tower Chassis has support for both vertical and horizontal graphic card layouts. With double PCI-E slot design (and an optional PCI-e riser cable), the included riser GPU support bracket can not only prevent the graphics card from sagging, but also helps reduce the overall weight on the motherboard.

Excellent Liquid Cooling Support
The Level 20 RS ARGB Mid-Tower Chassis has plenty of space for advanced AIO/DIY liquid cooling components and supports all kinds of AIO liquid cooling solutions. It can hold up to 360 mm custom liquid cooling radiators and up to 360 mm AIO liquid coolers. The Level 20 RS ARGB has two preinstalled 200 mm 5 V ARGB fans and one 120 mm standard rear fan, with expansion options up to three 140 mm fans at the front, up to three 120 mm fans and one 200 mm fan on top.

Superior Hardware Support
The Level 20 RS ARGB serves excellent expandability options, allowing you to build the most high-end system you can dream of. It can support motherboards up to a standard ATX, a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 172 mm, vertical and horizontal GPU configurations up to 400 mm in length (without HDD rack) and 282 mm in length (with HDD rack), a power supply with a diameter of up to 220 mm, and two 2.5"/3.5" (with HDD rack), plus one 2.5" (with HDD bracket) storage devices, or two 2.5" HDD bracket or one 3.5" (HDD bracket).

Availability and Warranty
Thermaltake Level 20 RS ARGB Mid Tower Chassis is available for purchase via the Thermaltake worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. It is backed by a three-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network.

For more information, visit the product page.
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3 Comments on Thermaltake Releases Level 20 RS ARGB Mid Tower Chassis

I wish companies would be more creative and experiment with different form factors, rather than pumping the market full of mid ATX towers. Lian Li set an excellent example with their O11D Mini. Smaller builds are becoming a thing guys!
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Although I generally like TT's cases, this one seems like a redo of a redo of their past designs, which is b.O.r.I.n.G and stale, and I really hope the I/O modules can be swapped to the other sides, because having USB ports (and NO type C...errrr !!!) on the lesser-used side would be essentially useless IMHO, unless of course you don't mind either having to move your machine every time you want to connect a peripheral, or staring at the back of your mobo...
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