Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Level 10 GT LCS
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Great case Great Liquid Cooling Solution!
29 November 2012
Summary: Ok so I have to review this case since I bought it and after about a month it runs fine and no problems. One thing you should note is that the case is GIGANTIC its so big my poor little power supply cords are being stretched to the limit right now it barely fits, ill be upgrading my PS later this year once I get a second video card in here soon.
Summary: This is a fantastic case,its huge and even with all the gear put in it still has plenty of space,smart use of channels for the wiring keep them hidden,up and running it is whisper quiet and if it was not for the lights you wouldn't know it was on,all told a brilliant case buy one now!!
Summary: I had purchased this item despite the negative reviews and many forum posts about the problems it has. I now have to ship it back, steam clean my carpet, and hope when I finally plug in my old case nothing fries out from any missed moisture. Problem: The item was previously used, then sold as new.
Summary: I really like the case, and with the water cooling built into it is also a plus. I did have a problem with one of the built in USB slots but work around it, didn't want to take everything apart and send it back. All in all it is what I wanted.
Summary: The case: 5/5 The case is slightly smaller than a full ATX tower, just because of the bells and whistles taking up space, but even then you will have plenty of space. I saw this case at PAX on Saturday with 3-way SLI GTX 680s with room to spare. The various features are all nice. In particular the gigantic fans allow for great airflow, the removable and washable dust filters make cleaning a breeze, and the right side is designed for great cable management.
Summary: This has room for all my future expansions. The way the wires are managed is very neat. The bigwater 850 gt works amazing, better water cooler than the other one I had. Right now im not even overclocked and idle is 0 to 5 and full load around the 30*c's. I have amd's apu A8-3850 clocked at 2.9 ghz, crucial 16 gb of ram, seagate 2tb hdd, msi motherboard that's capable of overclocking.
Summary: Opened the box and OMG!!! This thing is every geeks dream. I love building my own computers and this case is my latest. You have got to be either living under a rock or dead not to fall in love with this one. The construction is sold. Feels like it can take a nuke dead on and come out on top. Yes...it was a little pricey but well worth it.I got the built in cooling system because I am not that confident to build one out right.
Is loving an inanimate object a bad thing? But....IT'S LEAKING
Mark C. Mechau "Mark C Mechau", Amazon
26 January 2012
Summary: Hi, The case appears to be well layed-out. As another reviewer said, it could use another large slot in the front panel, but that's not a deal breaker. Has plenty of drive bays for hot swapping, if your into that sort of thing. Update 5/25/12: I just got everything together, put my hardware in and.......the cooling is leaking by the site glass connection(s) (unbelievable). I took the unit out and put some special tape around the threads, and it still leaks on one side.