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Thermaltake Level 10 GT (VN10001W2N) Black SECC / Plastic ATX Full Tower Computer Case with Four Fans - 1 x 200mm Colorshift side fan, 1 x 200mm top fan, 1 x 200mm front fan and 1 x 140mm rear fan

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  • SECC / Plastic ATX Full Tower
  • Water cooling ready
  • USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 4, eSATA x 1, HD Audio x 1 Front Ports

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Thermaltake Level 10 GT ATX Full Tower Computer Case (VN10001W2N)

Thermaltake Level 10 GT ATX Full Tower Computer Case (VN10001W2N)

Following the high-profile launch of Level 10 Super Gaming Modular Case, the design collaboration between Thermaltake and BMW Group DesignworksUSA in 2009, Thermaltake looks to invigorate the PC enthusiasts with the latest Level 10 GT computer case.

The design language of the Level 10 GT 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. The mightily elegant appearance of the Level 10 GT conveys strength and robustness and is thereby the manifestation of sheer power to achieve utmost success. With the unique ColorShift fans, an additional ambience is generated, completing and enhancing exactly this impression.


Thermaltake Level 10 GT ATX Full Tower Computer Case (VN10001W2N) Features
  • FrontSpeed 2: USB 3.0 SuperSpeed
  • PitStop 5: EasySwap HDD bays
  • VGA TripleMax 37: Ready for extra-long graphics card up to 14.2" (37cm)
    (e.g., ATI Radeon HD 6870 & NVIDIA GTX 580)
  • QuadFan: Maximum ventilation and cooling
  • Triple ColorShift: Adjustable fan ambience colors
  • Cable Clearance: Advanced cable management
  • S.S.S.: Smart-lock Security System
  • CoolFlux: ready for powerful high-end liquid cooling systems
  • Headset Holder


The Cooling System

HDD Air Cooling System
200mm x 1
Front (intake) : 200 x 200 x 20mm Colorshift fan x 1 (600 - 800RPM, 13 - 15dBA)

CPU Air Cooling System
200mm x 1
Top (exhaust) : 200 x 200 x 30mm Colorshift fan x 1 (600 - 800RPM, 13 - 15dBA)
140mm x 1
Rear (exhaust) : 140 x 140 x 25mm Turbo Fan (1000RPM,16dBA)

VGA Air Cooling System
200mm x 1 120mm x 1 (Optional)
Side (intake) : Plug&Play 200 x 200 x 30mm Colorshift fan (600 - 800RPM, 13 - 15dBA)
Bottom (intake) : 120 x 120 x 25mm fan

Colorshift Fan

Colorshift Fan

Chassis Overview

PitStop 5: Unique Easy Swap HDD bays

PitStop 5: Unique Easy Swap HDD bays

VGA TripleMax 37: Ready for extra-long graphics card up to 14.2”/36 cm

VGA TripleMax 37: Ready for extra-long graphics card up to 14.2" (36cm)

CoolFlux; Water cooling support for internal 120 & 240mm radiator

CoolFlux: Water cooling support for internal 120 & 240mm radiator

200mm Front Colorshift Fan

200mm Front Colorshift Fan

200mm Side Colorshift Fan

200mm Side Colorshift Fan

200mm Top Colorshift Fan

200mm Top Colorshift Fan

140mm Rear Fan

140mm Rear Fan


Type ATX Full Tower
Case Material SECC / Plastic
Power Supply No, Bottom Mounted
Motherboard Compatibility Micro ATX / ATX / Extended ATX
With Side Panel Window Yes
Bays 4 x External 5.25", 1 x External 3.5", 5 x Internal 3.5"
Dimensions 23 x 11.1 x 23.2"
Weight 28.0lbs

What's in the Box

What's in the Box

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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Return Policies
    • Return for refund within: 30 days
    • Return for replacement within: 30 days
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Ownership: more than 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
It's a mus to have 6/28/2019 4:49:36 AM

Pros: - Easy access to different drives
- Internal parts are very accessible
- Great ventilation system and place for extra fans

Cons: - A little big for an office

Overall Review: It an overall great product that I really love and I command to all person who need an easy access to their HDD or SSD

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Ownership: more than 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Best Airflow, or a Glass Display Museum case? 2/20/2018 2:46:21 PM

Pros: * (3) Front, Side and Top mounted 200mm, 2-speed RGB fans are included for superior air flow. 140mm fan in back.
* Fans are 2-speed so very low noise at normal setting. Noise is barley perceptible on 1st setting. 2nd speed for intense work.
* Internal clearance is not an issue when installing large or multiple GPU cards. Side mounted 200mm fan has adjustable louvers
for directing the airflow more precisely on your GPU card. No need for a GPU water cooler, unless you extreme OC the GPU.
* (5) side mounted 5.25in drive bays can accommodate both hard drives and multiple SSD's. Front fan directs air across drive
bays for better SSD and spinner cooling.
* Fan and LED controller are built-in to this case with top-mounted button for changing speed and color combinations.
* Case can be locked, both on the side and back to prevent wandering fingers from performing a 5-finger discount.
* Case "Feet" are adjustable for better stability on all types of surfaces. Your kids can't tip case over on top of themselves.
* Top mounted handle makes moving the case easy, and prevents a trip to the ER for a back X-ray.

Cons: Sided mounted headphone bracket is flimsy, so be careful when moving the case. I broke mine off.
Top of case can accommodate a 240mm radiator, but not larger.
No front mounting WC solution. Would you want this anyway with the 200mm front fan?

Overall Review: Destined to become a design classic. Form follows Function. Red Dot for this one.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Pretty good case..but as for the power button, that doesn't need to be a problem with a good board 2/12/2018 10:48:35 PM

Pros: - Lots of holes and lots of ways to handle cable management
- For sata disks, it's nice that up to 5 drives could be powered by just one sata plug..I only used 2, and also for the sata disks, the easy swap is cool too. Just press a button and a hard drive comes out the side. (in one of the slots of the rack though)
- The fans are huge, but the dust filters work INCREDIBLE. Lots of air flow.
- The case is huge so plenty of room inside.
- Well..the obvious cosmetic fans are kinda interesting, but I don't really use the colors, there's a button on the top to disable the colors..I'm not fascinated by that kind of stuff lol, don't want to wear out the fan LEDs or the fans that way.
- Oh, the back plate for locking PCI-E slot devices into place is kinda cool, it's interesting and convenient.

Cons: - Yeah...the power button everyone talks about, and the reset's like they were sealed on or snapped on with hot glue or something on the front, but that wasn't even done very well.. so if you hit it the button(s) too many times, you will have to unscrew the button holders from the case, and snap the button back into place from behind. It happens rarely though. That doesn't have to happen though.

Overall Review: I say the power button thing doesn't need to happen, because if you're smart about it, you don't need to use the power button every time you boot up the PC...sigh...Maybe it's just a Windows 10 problem, I don't know, because I have Windows 10 and the problem happens with me and I have Windows 10:

Details about the power button:

- IF I use the power button sometimes, it POSTS, but it like..locks up on windows boot up with the Windows 10 logo, so I gotta hit the reboot button. Then when it comes back, it POSTS again and it's like "diagnosing your PC" with the windows 10 logo and spinning circles or something, so I have to hit the reboot button again, and it "might" or "might not" work? Who knows??? Something is messed up with it, so here's what I just do to avoid that whole problem altogether:

I hardly ever use the power button to turn on my computer. Even if it's shut down. In Windows I have Keyboard settings set up for "Allow this device to wake the computer." When it's shut down, I just tap the space bar and it boots up (even if it's shut down.) For my board, in my BIOS settings, there's an option about having Space Bar being a wake option for the board, and I have the setting of "Restore AC Power After Loss:" or something set to "Power On" or whatever that option is, so if I were to flip the switch on the PSU to off, then back on, the motherboard will automatically turn itself on. (I've come to find in the past that other motherboards, even with that feature being DISABLED the feature doesn't actually WORK, and other computers turn back on anyways even if it says disabled or power off. On my current motherboard, turning the PSU off and on with the feature set to "Power Off", it actually stays off and works correctly..sigh), SO, here's the solution to the power button problem: Kinda 2 solutions...

1. Just use the PSU for your "power button", because that's what I do lol. (if something actually does go wrong while using the computer and need to force reboot it and or something with the method I just typed out, which is almost never, via all the "Power on AC loss" mumbo jumbo, OR, the following:

2. - IF You have to use the actual power or reboot buttons, just do this. Turn the computer on via power button (that you say is faulty or w/e), then hit DEL or F1 or w/e to go into the BIOS..then just exit the bios exit & save changes don't even make any changes just go into BIOS and Save & Exit, then let it boot up to Windows, and problem solved. If it doesn't work, reboot it again and go into BIOS again & exit saving changes again until you can get it to boot to Windows (10). Eventually it'll work. It's a pain in the rump.

I prefer just to get it to enable hibernation / sleep mode, look up the powercfg commands for cmd, to enable hibernate and stuff, like powercfg /hibernate /? if it has a problem with turning itself on or off or any stuff like that, or windows media center, look that up online too, that's caused me problems in the past with it updating and keeping the computer from being shut down or media center probably be in Task Scheduler if it's causing a problem.

Also, if it's waking from sleep check for powercfg /waketimers ...should tell you what's waking computer up from sleep. This is a LOT of helpful information for just a review of a case. (Bear in mind cmd requires administrator priveleges to run these commands). Have a nice day.


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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
2/ 5
Good case, terrible customer service 1/31/2018 4:06:31 PM

Pros: - Plenty of room
- Hard drive bays are very nice
- Door opening is nice and plenty of room for cable management

Cons: - Case fans don't seem to be all that great
- Front case fan failed within 2 months of owning

Overall Review: - Front case fan failed and Thermaltake sent me a replacement. However, they charged me shipping to send the busted fan back to them. It's frustrating paying to send their broken products back to them when they sent me a defective case in the first place. If one could get the case without dealing with Thermaltake that would make this a great case. Since that isn't possible and their customer service is bad I wouldn't buy another case from Thermaltake.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Flawless, except... 12/20/2017 12:53:44 PM

Pros: This is my new case for an upgrade I'd been planning for months, it arrived early and I was very pleased with the features the case showed. Large, well-placed case fans that help keep the airflow in the right directions, external controls for the case fans and additional usb 3.0 and 2.0 ports, easy to use hot swap hard drive bays (even if you don't use the hot swap feature), portable thanks to the top handle, very sturdy building materials, and routing ducts for keeping wires out of the way. The security features for locking the case are a bonus I don't think I'll be using, but it's nice to have. It also has a handy headset holder which will probably save me a few trips.

Cons: So, I did not have all the parts to build my desktop right away, but once I did and began building it, I noticed a few problems. The latch on the case door is not terribly easy to reach, nor is there an easy handhold on the door to pull it open (it doesn't swing open on its own, good and bad). The door also does not shut easily unless you force it, but it is very secure once it is shut. Once I got into the detailed build parts it was not as easy to put together. The instructions were very clear, just... basic and skipped some steps that would have saved me some time. People always joke about not reading the manual, but in this case the manual is only about 5 tiny 3" x 4" pages including illustrations if you remove the translations. Last problem, once everything was in, I went to turn the computer on... nothing, but some of the LED's were on, so it was receiving power. Turns out the glue that holds the power button in its slot broke just by pressing on it a little. Very flimsy. A rolled-up piece of paper I put in there to hold it was sturdier.

Overall Review: Very good product, great for gaming computer builds. Not sure why the power button was so flimsily held on though, it is one of the most frequently used buttons on the case. It could be held in place by a metal clip, or something more than just a little glue. Just so there is no confusion, I don't mean the plastic button with the power symbol on it, I mean the one that the plastic button presses to turn on the computer.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
1/ 5
Dead on arrival 12/19/2017 4:08:08 PM

Pros: Lots of space.

Cons: The original case I bought came with a bad power switch and the led's would not turn red. The first replacement case powered on but the fans would not cycle colors. The second replacement would power on but only 2 of the LED fans functioned.

Overall Review: I would not recommend buying this case. All 3 cases came broken.

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Ownership: more than 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Great case even after 6 years. 12/7/2017 5:11:16 AM

Pros: I got this for one of my builds that was my daily machine. Everything about this case makes it great to work with. Price is about the same as what I paid for it back in 2011. Easy access to everything that might act up or replace without unplugging all the cable and having to lay it do or grab a screwdriver to take off case cover. it's easy to see if fans are running and the air intake fans have filters. Access to hard drives is right there and I have never had to mess with cables when replacing drives. You really have to own it for a while to appreciate all the little things that are no longer a pain to do. Took a bit to figure out that if I have it setup on the desk at a good work height I never have to move it.

The original rig took a bunch of research and most things have lasted longer than I would have expected. over the years have had to replace cooling fans. Graphics cards and hard drives. Whenever I thought about upgrading I looked at my speeds and what is out now and I am still right there and in the top 25%. The motherboard seems to be throwing some errors lately so it could be time to take the plunge but will be keeping the case it was worth every penny just in the time it saved replace drives.

Time saver? Here is an example that has happened more than once. Windows is being a pig and not acting like it should. all drives check out fine in drive test but I just pull out everything except boot drive and hit the power button. Takes about 10 seconds to unlock and slide out a drive. Boot window and see if it's a non-booting drive issue. Sometimes just doing the check is enough to fix what the problem. Its little things like that over the years that make me LOVE this case

Cons: Heavy
Springs for hard drive door are cheap and come off easily.

Overall Review: I tell everyone about it for all my builds but they get scared away by the price. Everyone one of them has regretted not getting this case when it comes time to troubleshoot or replace components.

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Ownership: more than 1 year
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Great tower, broken start button 11/27/2017 5:31:14 PM

Pros: - Space
- Ventilation

Cons: - cord storage area (poor design for some motherboards (like mine)
- Power button does not work

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