Summary: PROS: The compartmentalized design for the motherboard, hard drives, media devices, and the power supply had me purchasing this item without regard to the hefty price tag. When the box arrived I could hardly believe my eyes standing 3 feet tall all 70 pounds of it. The computer was well packaged like none I have ever seen before. Like everyone else this has to be one of the largest computer cases that came along. It took a while for me to stop saying "MY GOD ITS HUGE".
Summary: This is a premium product, and the price tag reflects its superb design and durability. It may be the last computer chassis I will ever buy. Again, given its initial astronomic price and difficulty with setup, I will do everything in my power to make it the last computer chassis I will ever buy. However, the execution of this product by its manufacturer--how that company treats the customer--is unforgiveable.
Amazing! Even better than in any picture you have seen!
18 January 2011
Summary: To preface, I am a designer and I like things that do not look "ordinary". But I have to say, that everyone of my "non" designer friends and colleagues that have seen this case are absolutely in love with it. It is a sculptural masterpiece and the compliments are endless. I have read negative reviews about the design, however from experience from the design community and otherwise, Thermaltake and BMW Design Group USA have a one of a kind case that is hard to match!
Summary: Pros. The Level10 PC Tower is a true work of art. With an all metal chassis you can anticipate great heat decapitation. It has 4 USB ports, 1 ESata and audio jacks in the front which is a plus for accessibility. The outer top edge is complimented with a red led bar that compliments some of the other red accent lights on the tower, such as the internal fans, power and reset buttons.
Summary: This is an excellent computer case. It looks really good and it was worth the money I paid for it. It is expensive though. There are a few things you should know before you buy it though. This is a full tower, so make sure you power supply has mother board cables long enough for a full tower. 12" SATA cables are the shortest that will work from the optical drives to the mother board.
Summary: The case looks very good and solid, but that's it. Difficult to access to the component, low performance case fan, no space to extra fan, If you buy this case for office use, it might be fine; but if you are planning to play games, forget it !!! Difficult to add extra fan to cool down your components, water cooling is almost impossible unless you modify the case, so all your hardware will be in warm and hot condition, I own the case for just over a month, is now...
Summary: I love this case got it for less than 400.00 on ebay. I am not a expert at all but with a little common sense i was able to take out my cpu out of my old thermatake case and transfer it to this case. It was my first time ever doing anything like that at all but it worked out fine it just took a while. I am very pleased with this case but I must say its really heavy and i workout and am stronger than most people.
Summary: I've not yet finished my build but I've been wrangling with this case for a couple of weeks now. It looks fabulous. And, honestly, when I saw it on Tom's Hardware nearly a year ago, that was all I cared about. Function was definitely not a consideration in my purchase - even though the case is rather functional. It's a little too large to be considered easy to work with but it's too functional and accessible to be called cumbersome.
Summary: About two months ago, I decided to kick my old computer to the curb, and build another. I was in the market for something that looked good, and had great functionality. After browsing several products, I discovered this gem. My order was delivered a few days later by Lamborghini, and flanked by two AH-64 Apache helicopters. I was initially surprised that my product was delivered in such an extravagant way.
Summary: First, you buy this case if you want to prove to Apple customers that a personal computer can be stylish. Thermaltake hired BMW to design this and you know it's a piece of art when some people love it, some hate it and others just wonder what the thing is from casually viewing it. It's REALLY big, REALLY heavy (40+ pounds), and it's very interesting.