Summary: It is a very good case, but it was difficult to find the manual in the box (It was hidden inside a plastic bag that appeared to be extra parts). I had to remove some brackets so my power source fit. The directions in the manual to hook up the case fans did not make sense. Lastly, it would be nice if there was a way to have a hard drive for the OS fully inside the case rather than in removable bays.
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: 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: You either love or hate the looks. I bought it for the looks and the hard drive bays. I also have a ground loop buzzing sound that was introduced when I swapped my system into this case and I haven't found the source yet. I'm not sure if the case could be to blame. You can find several great performing cases for a little cheaper, especially if you want water cooling, but this case moves plenty of air without much noise and can slow down to near silence and still keep...
Pros: - Just look at it... Need I say more?, - The big fans are INCREDIBLY QUIET on low speed, quieter than my Noctuas, and still move a reasonable amount of air., - Oh and it looks awesome!
Cons: - I wish the onboard fan controller would have more connectors, - I feel that such a large case should have a little more room for cable management behind the motherboard, but there was enough to get by., - Connections for the hard drive bays should definitely hold tighter, especially the SATA connectors which should probably have clips., - Straight SATA connectors are a tight fit since they push up against the side panel, it may be better with 90 degree cables, but w...
Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition System Cabinet
7 June 2012
Summary: This case provides excellent cooling and cable management. Its very easy to work around this case and fits most of the components easily. Especially if you have a long graphics card. Tons of area to route your cables for easy cable management. I installed Corsair H100 Liquid cooling in this case and it was easy to install it. The case runs very quite and has a very good airflow with huge 220mm fan in the front. My only complaint is installing HDD.