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Thermaltake Level 10 GT BATTLE EDITION VN10008W2N Green and Black SECC / Plastic ATX Full Tower Computer Case

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  • SECC / Plastic ATX Full Tower
  • USB 3.0 x 2 (Internal 20 pin connector) USB 2.0 x 4 eSATA x 1 HD Audio x 1 Front Ports
  • 4 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 5 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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Prepare for Battle with the tried and true battle tested Level 10 GT battle edition case.

The design language of the Level 10 GT battle edition expresses a passion for visual aesthetics deriving from demanding and immersive gameplay and multimedia entertainment enthusiasm. Modern games and entertainment applications also require highly advanced hardware configurations, which at the same time request more space and optimized ventilation than conventional hardware. With the unique ColorShift fans an additional ambience is generated completing and enhancing exactly this impression.

Level 10 GT battle edition also comes standard with every premium features a PC enthusiast or hardcore gamer would want. Connectivity array includes four USB 2.0 ports and a pair of audio ports located on the front bezel, plus two USB 3.0 ports and one eSATA port located on the top for high-speed data transfer. Each intake fans comes with dedicated filter system and can be easily removed for cleaning. Locking systems for both hinged side-panel door and hot-swappable hard drive caddies are embedded to prevent theft when the system is brought to LAN events or public areas. 120mm or 240mm radiators can be easily attached to the top side of the chassis when enthusiasm pushes you to the ultimate limits. Fully black-powdered interior is perfect for anyone wishing to showcase the impressive components.

  • newegg USB 3.0 FrontSpeed Modern multimedia peripherals operate at tremendous data transfer velocities, with 2 USB 3.0 connectors right on the top of the Level 10 GT battle edition you’ll be guaranteed to always enjoy SuperSpeed entertainment.
  • newegg EasySwap Pitstop 5 HDD Bays With EasySwap Pitstop 5 every HDD/SDD has its own removable tray, EasySwap in hot-plug mode within seconds. With this users have greatest storage flexibility and maximum data transfer speeds you need.
  • newegg 36cm VGA support Powerful performance needs space to unfold, this is also the case for highly advanced graphics cards, which the length has grown considerable over the past years and is most likely to grow even further in the future. With space for up to 36 cm oversized cards, there is sufficient space to stay future proof.
  • newegg QuadFan Power Cool High tech components are prone to heat impacting longevity and performance. For this vital reason the implementation of Thermaltake’s QuadFan Ventilation concept creates an ideal environment for your components to unfold their full potential. Thermaltake incorporated not one or two, but rather three true 200mm fans into the Level 10 GT battle edition, along with an additional 140mm TurboFan embedded into the back of the case.
  • newegg Triple ColorShift Perception of what and how it is surrounding us can have strongly inspiring, motivating and vitalizing effects on us. Triple ColorShift three fans let you customize the look and feel of your case.
  • newegg CableClear Cable Management The concept of the clear lines of the outside design of the Level 10 GT battle edition is just as well continued in the inside. An advanced and highly convenient cable management bundles respective cables almost like in tunnels behind a back plate. Your system shines in clarity, easy access to all components is warranted for and even ventilation is greatly improved.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • David M.
  • 11/18/2014 8:03:47 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsTurns heads wherever it goes!

Pros: Big, roomy, decent cable management, lots of fans lots of cooling and a handy dandy handle for carrying! Great color scheme. Everyone's that seen it wants it. Even my jaded 21 year old son thought it was "cool beans".

Cons: Flimsy wiring from front panel on some things. Lights don't all stay on all the time.

Other Thoughts: Good case, GREAT conversation piece. As a Army Vet, I love her...

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat Case

Pros: Replaced a 3 year old Zalman case; plenty of room; great airflow for cooling - side fan flow is adjustable so you can point best flow at CPU's or graphics card; eSATA and usb 3.0 ports upfront; single power point for front panel and fans. 2 speed case and HDD fans with 3 selectable colors and 4 patterns including all lighting off. The Fans have filters. Nice case with handle too.

Cons: Wish there were 6 rather than 5 HDD slots. Used the 3,5 floppy drive bay to fit my 6th HDD. The HDD trays should be completely tool free for securing HDD to tray.

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  • connor l.
  • 2/23/2013 5:27:17 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsGrounding!

Pros: -Great looks!

-So much room in the inside for activities!

-The HDD/SSD tray's slide into a single bridged power port so it saves you about 5 minutes of connecting the power cables to each individual HDD. Also the SATA cables connect to said tray so you can slide the tray in and out without having to reattach the cables each time you take a drive out.

-Locking system is a nice gimmick

-Large handle is great ( even if it feels like it's going to snap at any second)

-Great room for wire management

-Comes with a 4/8 pin cpu power connector/extender

-Comes with a MoBo Speaker

Cons: -Case is BIG! I knew it was going to be big when i bought it but this baby must eat a lot.

-I had grounding issues that made me return the case. I hooked everything in fine and when i booted it up it wouldn't post/bios. So i thought that i had accidentally fried my mobo or broke it. So i bought a Sabertooth 990fx R2.0 and new RAM for it. Thinking it would fix the problem i installed everything fine and powered up. ( The sabertooth have LED's that light up at each stage of POST to show you where it is and where it has gone wrong) It got stuck on the CPU LED and wouldn't supply power to my GPU. I thought i had broke THIS mobo too. So i took it out and tested it on a breadbox. Passed with flying colors! So after googling similar problems with no avail i thought about testing my first MoBo on the breadbox, PASSED. So at this stage i am utterly confused. So i try gold spacers and different screws. Same problem. I finally went yesterday to.... The Competition.... and bought a CM Storm Trooper, installed everything and it works great in my new case! I had literally tried EVERYTHING in the Level 10 case, i cut out a cardboard frame to be placed between the mobo and the spacers incase there was some soldering that was touching the case causing a shorting. Nope. Tried using the anti static bag that components come in and doing the same with it as i had done with the cardboard. Nope. Tried wrapping the spacers in electricians tape. Nope. So finally, i am shipping this case back with a sour taste in my mouth.

Other Thoughts: Dont let my single "Rant" about the grounding stop you from buying this $300 case. Let the price tag stop you from buying it. For what you are paying, you're not really getting a top notch case. Don't get me wrong, it has some of the best room I've seen for a watercooling and SO MUCH room for wire management. But $300?!

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  • mac s.
  • 2/17/2013 12:59:18 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsgreat case

Pros: great case lots of room ,and cable management.had no problem installing an after market heat sink tower and 2 GTX 680 CARDS. would recommend this case to anyone from a new builder to a pro

Cons: top fan rattles and front led strip do not work

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  • David J.
  • 1/12/2013 1:05:01 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood Case, but the manual is worthless.

Pros: This is a nice case. The lights can shift from red, blue, and green, and better yet, it seems to have two additional modes. The first one alternates between the three colors ever couple of seconds while the second mode seems to have each color taking up 1/3 of the top of the fan. Also, this being a battle edition case, the first aid reference for the fan, and the picture of a soldier firing a bazooka with the title "fire like this" beside the instructions to lock/unlock the case does bring a smile to my face. Also, aesthetically, the case just has a really nice color that isn't too bright, or too dark, unlike the two other cases in the series.

Cons: Like all computer cases there is always a learning curve, and this one is no exception. A lot of hold up in building my new computer rig was trying to get used to the new case. For example; the power connector to the SATA ports stumped me for a while because I didn't know where the end plug went. Turns out, with a little bit of thinking, I realized that the end port went into the power connector of the SATA port. While, yes, that was obvious when you already know the answer, it still took me a moment because I have never seen an unshielded SATA port before. Also, for whatever reason, there was no mention in the manual about where the power connector went. Which brings me to my next gripe...the manual.

This really irritates me, but the instruction manual is almost completely useless. The instructions in the case manual are really minimal at best. To illustrate I will read the instructions from the manual that talks about how to disassemble the right side panel verbatim.

Right side panel
Remove the screws on the back of the chassis, and open the side panel.

Now then, while most would say this is straightforward, what really irritates me is that these instructions are overly simplified. In my case, it said to open the side panel, but didn't tell you where to grip, or on which end to tug at. While, yes I have worked on computer cases before, each case is set up a little bit differently, and sometimes something that is straightforward can sometimes provide to be more difficult than expected.

Also, and this is my favorite bit, since I had to refer to the manual for instructions to open the case, take a guess at where the manual was. That's right… inside of the case. Fortunately, I was able to go online, and get hold of the online manual. Thermaltake…is it really too much to ask to apply basic common sense here? If you're going to have to open the side of the case in order to get the manual, what purpose is it to include in the manual instructions on how to open the side of the case?

Basically, if the manual had more time spent in it's construction, I could have this case built a few hours faster.

Other Thoughts: FIRST!

*dodges rotten tomatoes*

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