Summary: ...well it has a lot of sapace for my g1-sniper-5 motherboard, a lot of cable handing in the back, the hinge side door it is just grate, I can open and see and touch some of my PC components, also when open the side fan shuts down with a switch in the hinge and turns on when you close it. it is very well done, i just take appart all the side panels and doors when I need to change something in the PC and put it again. ..
Summary: Has a RGB led setup which controlled by a button on the top of case, also has low/high buttons for fan speeds. This is really a builders dream case. Some of the fans have a pop out screen you can take out and clean. These screens really work and it is a great feature. I am happy with it and I recommend it to anyone who builds with high end hardware. Can't be many cases that are better for your gtx780ti builds.
Summary: How is it that a Thermaltake case can not hold a Thermaltake power supply. I have not powered up the case. I hope Thermaltake or Newegg can offer a solution to this problem.
Pros: It's a big case, really big, you might think it's a long way to the chemist, but that's just peanuts compared to this case. It gobbles up ASUS SABERTOOTH 990FX R2.0 with no problem. It can handle a pair of SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition OC 2GB. Ram yeah it's got room for ram...G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866.
Cons: Take a guess what doesn't fit? The PSU it's a Thermaltake Toughpower Grand TPG-1200M 1200W ATX 12V v2.3 & SSI EPS 12V v2.92 SLI Certified CrossFire Certified 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Active PFC Power Supply. Seems this PSU dimensions 7.08" x 5.9" x 3.4" are not compatible with the Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition. So minus 1 egg for Thermaltake products not working together.
Summary: Enthusiast oriented computer cases are offered like a blank canvas wanting for art to form. Functionally they perform one purpose-to hold various components, provide some means of wiring connections amongst those components and finally to remove heat buildup which in some cases is exacerbated by the case design itself. The Thermaltake Level 10 GT is a behemoth chassis solution with some unique user features that can fulfill your industrial art form dream.
Summary: like itsays,, its Big but Plastic clad,, plastic EVERYTHING the panels dont line up,, three mounting holes were cracked,, rattles o plenty. i had to modify one of the panels so it wouldnt rattle.
Summary: Love the case... Big, roomy inside, and good air flow. Hard drive trays are awesome and easy. Only problem my reset button is broke, causing an endless reboot when trying to boot. Fixed by unplugging cable from the motherboard. To lazy to do 3 hours worth of cabling again so gonna live with it. (Don't use reset anyways) Just wanted to put in my 2 cents and put out the problem I had encase others get the same issue.
Summary: I had a Smilodon before this, even after taking some stuff out to use on this one the GT was STILL lighter then the old tower. I'm unsure what some referred to as far as the back panale area, I found there to be plenty of room. If there's some things I would change of the case: make the power & reset buttons a little more recessed, also have the option of installing a few more case fans then just the one, not everyone wants to use liquid cooling.
Summary: Both of the cons I mentioned above are pretty minor but for the price you pay they shouldnt happen.
Pros: This case is large enough to fit pretty much anything. I threw in an after market cpu cooler which was massive and it fit perfectly. The led's in the case look awesome and all the fans keep everything really cool.
Cons: The LED's that outline the top of the case on the handle didnt work. Also, the headphone jack on the front I/O panel was loose and caused some static when I had things plugged into it.
Summary: As most have already said, this is a roomy case and appealing to the eye. It is very well designed and sturdy. However it is not without flaws for being titled a GT. First of all it is the best case I've owned however I would expect more for what I paid (199.00), which is why I gave it 4 stars. I had no problem installing and routing all the cables out of sight. Fans aren't silent but are low even on high speed, as expected from such large fans.
Summary: An absolute dream to work with in every way. Spacious, tons of cable Mgt., massive airflow, unique design and the carry handle works. I have an Asus Maximus IV Extreme E-ATX board, i7 2600k CPU, Zalman CNPS 10X Cooler, (2) MSI Twin Frozr II GTX 560Ti Golden Editions in SLI, 16GB of Corsair Vengance 1600 Mhz with the high rise heat sinks, 2 HDDS in RAID 0, 2 CD ROMS, 920 Watt Enermax and an all in 1 Rosewill card reader.....AND THE CASE LOOKS EMPTY...