Conclusion: The Thermaltake Level 10 GT brings the ultimate in luxury PC cases down to a more reasonable price category. Just don't expect everything from this "bargain" model that you get with its pricey forebear.
Pros: Intriguing design. Room for lots of drives. Tool-free installation.
Cons: Expensive. Some unpolished design, usability elements.
Conclusion: Thermaltake's Level 10 GT has been a tough chassis to evaluate. When it first emerged from its gargantuan box, we couldn't help but feel disappointed by the fact that it didn't provide the instant wow factor associated with its predecessor. We had to double check the packaging to make sure we hadn't received a cheap Chinese knock-off.
Conclusion: Well, the Level 10 GT. It is an iconic build to be remembered and revisited from time to time for inspiration and nostalgia, or like its earlier version is it to be considered merely a bit of a trial run, something of a failed experiment? While there is certainly an element of the latter with its very gaudy plastic finish and its slightly clunky build quality, I’m learning more towards the former.
Pros: Great cooling, Outstanding cable management, Built in fan controller, Many toolless mechanisms to ease installation, Sturdy and strong frame
Cons: Bit ugly if you ask me, but that’s personal taste, Very gaudy plastic exterior. Doesn’t feel like the streamlined cars its inspired by., With higher quality materials, it could be amazing, Expensive, despite what you get
Excerpt: 29 Flares 29 Flares × Thermaltake released one of the most stunning looking products in 2009, the spectacular Level 10 Chassis. Co-Designed with car manufacturer BMW it was a unique concept idea which caused many people to sit up and take notice. Sadly, the £500+ price point meant it was strictly for a small hard core audience of enthusiast user.