Last weekend KitGuru was reporting from Multiplay’s i40 where we caught a glimpse of Thermaltake’s range-topping Level 10 case which made us very excited. So we had a word with the kind people at Thermaltake who let us have it for review.
It is clear from a glance that the Level 10 is no ordinary case due to its sheer size and unique design. The design, by Thermaltake in conjunction with BMW DesignWorks, is influenced by aesthetics of games themselves, especially with regard to futuristic visual architecture and cityscapes. While the components are laid out in a reasonably traditional manner, they are split up into seperate modules which gives the Level 10 a distinctive appearance.
Today we’re going to have an in-depth look at the Thermaltake Level 10 and see if it can justify its hefty price tag of around £500.
- Design Collaboration by Thermaltake and BMW Group DesignworksUSA
- Asymmetrical Balance design
- Open Compartment Architecture (O.C.A.)
- Smart-lock Security System (S.S.S.)
- A Ergonomically Positioned and Integrated Handles Removable Hard Drive Cases for 3.5? and 2.5? HDD/SSD
- Dramatically lighting effect
- Exposed Vertical Heatsink
|Case Type||Full Tower|
|Dimensions||666.3 x 318 x 614mm (HxWxD)|
|Net Weight||21.37 kg (47.11 lb)|
|Front (Intake) Fan||40 x 140 x 25 mm Red LED Fan, 1000rpm, 16dBA or 120 x 120 x25 mm fan|
|Rear (Exhaust) Fan||120 x 120 x 25 mm Red LED Fan, 1300rpm, 17dBA|
|HDD (Intake) Fan||Dual 60 x 60 x 15mm Silent Fan, 2500 rpm, 19dBA|
|Drive Bays||3 x 5.25″, 6 x 3.5″ / 2.5″ /SSD|
|Motherboards||Micro ATX, ATX|
|I/O Ports||USB 2.0 x 4, eSATA x 1, HD Audio x 1|
|PSU Standard||PS2 PSU|