Thermaltake Level 10 GT VN10001W2N No PS Full Tower Case(Black)

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Thermaltake Level 10 GT VN10001W2N No PS Full Tower Case(Black)

  • Performance cooling made quiet: one top 200mm exhaust fan, one front 200mm intake fan, one side 200mm intake fan and one rear 140mm exhaust fan.
  • Hinged side panel to enable easier opening of the side door and access to computer for maintenance or upgrade.
  • Dramatically improved cable management. Level 10 GT features numerous holders designed into the chassis for cable management.
  • Five hot-swappable hard drive bays, each with its dedicated backplane to support hot-swap. Hard drive mounting supports both 2.5″ or 3.5″ drives.
  • Connectivity array. Four USB 2.0 ports are conveniently located on the front bezel including a pair of audio ports.
  • Two USB 3.0 ports and one eSATA port located on the top.

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Thermaltake Level 10 GT VN10001W2N No PS Full Tower Case(Black)

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  1. 44 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Received my Thermaltake Level 10 GT, so my hands on review after my installation., February 16, 2011

    This review is from: Thermaltake Level 10 GT VN10001W2N No PS Full Tower Case(Black) (Personal Computers)

    I ordered the spelling mistake (Thermltake) case (they forgot the “a”), that’s why it doesn’t show me as a verified buyer from Amazon for this one.

    Hinged door absolutely owns. I love that the fan attached to it does not have a wire running across my case that has to be unplugged. Also, the door comes off the hinges if you want to remove it.

    The hot swap bays are sweet. They have a sata power strip ran to each one with 1 connector at the end in which you plug your single sata power cable into. Running 1 power connector instead of 5 is awesome. You need to buy 5 sata cables though. They are not included. I purchased 5 angled ones.

    The 3 200mm color changing fans are relatively quiet on the high setting and the various color changing options you can do with them is a nice added bonus. You can have your very own disco show going on if you want.

    The cable management is by far the best I have ever encountered. So many ways to hide & route the cables. Even included some reusable ties.

    The dust fan guards are removable within 2 seconds. No more taking things apart to clean them. Very nice.

    All the case wiring is very long. This includes the front audio, power switch, hdd, usb headers etc. So long in fact, I am now able to use my front audio for the first time in 5 years. All the wiring is black in color if it matters.

    The transparent window is actually bigger than it looks which is a plus.

    The 2 locks on the case are a nice touch. Just an FYI, they both come locked so don’t try to force open the hdd bays without unlocking first =)

    The case ascetically speaking is beautiful. In my opinion, better than the expensive Level 10.

    Does not fit with the Corsair H50 water cooler when combined with Push/Pull config when mounted on the back. This is only for the people that add an additional fan to the H50, not a stock H50. If you have an H50 right out of the box, you are 100% fine. The problem is that the second fan hits the waterblock and doesn’t allow you to push the motherboard back into the slot. Misses by like 1 inch. I have a Gigabyte ga-x58a-ud3r but I expect all will be in the same boat. The H70 would not have a problem since the waterblock is more flat. My solution was to just use the 1 fan instead. Also, Thermaltake includes a 120mm fan on the back of the case that has to be removed obviously to fit the H50’s 80mm fan. Not really a con as they provided the screw holes for an 80mm fan.

    The bottom fan slot only allows you to install an 80mm fan, nothing else.

    The single power connector that powers all the fans is total garbage. It feels like it’s going to break apart when you plug in the power for it. It has to be the single cheapest thing about the case.

    If you shut your computer off, the fans default to low speed & blue when you turn it on again. That means when you have use the button to set it to high and whatever color you wanted every time if you didn’t like the default. Also, if you happen to open the door while the case is on, the side fan only defaults back to blue. Anyways, that’s another 3 second “fix” but no biggie.

    The USB 3.0 that it advertises forces you to use their usb cables and plug them into your motherboards back USB ports (these are actual USB cables just like you get for a printer) not the onboard rectangle ones that usually plug into the motherboard at the bottom. The cables they give you are long enough and route through one of the 3 watercooling tubing holes in the back of the case. Now, you just lost 2 3.0 connectors on the back. So if you only had 2 for your motherboard like me, now you only have USB 3.0 via the cases top 2 ports if you so choose. Notice you don’t see the cables I’m talking about in the 18 pictures. Also, the 3.0 ports on the top of the case feel like you are going to rip them out when you plug/unplug a flash drive (or anything else) in. You have to use some force to plug in/remove the drive whereas the front 4x 2.0 USB’s are easy.

    Good luck installing a cd-rom or anything in the 5.25 bays. You remove the clip from the front to install a drive. Takes like 3 seconds to install and click into place. So what’s the problem with a 3 second install? Only one side clicks, that being the back panel (not the hinged door side). What that means is that the cd rom moves a little bit when you press the eject button. I spent about 10 minutes trying to get to the right hand side, removed a bunch of screws and gave up. I didn’t want to snap anything. I ended up using 2 screws on the side that clicked (they have screw holes also) and all is well. So for anyone else, remove the front tab, slide your drive in. When it clicks, just put 2 screws into the mounting holes. You will have the drive fully installed in under 20 seconds.


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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Case I’ve Ever Laid Eyes On!, September 8, 2011

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    This review is from: Thermaltake Level 10 GT VN10001W2N No PS Full Tower Case(Black) (Personal Computers)

    One word comes to mind when dealing with this case….AWESOME! This case has it all. The cable management alone and size/space makes this case worthwhile. It’s definately pricier than most, but trust me, if you take a leap an invest, you will not be disappointed! The door along makes it worth buying, you can take take it right off as it also has open hinges that just allow you to lift up an remove it to get it out of the way. The window allows you to see inside to get a peak, to show of the LEDS you have in there, or for people that you have over to sorta get a hint at the greatness you’ve built inside this beauty. It has 5-5.25″ Bays. One external 3.25 which i myself installed a card reader/writer. Fits perfectly. you can pop the front off an unscrew 3 screws to get to both sides to make sure its well secured from both sides so it wont slip or budge, same with the 5.25″ Bays. The color changing fans are nice, the only downfall which is nothing bad, is they dont save their settings on shutdown, on restarts they do, but when you shutdown and start back, u just have to click the buttons on top. Just so you know, the case is huge. When you see the box dropped off, your like holy S***! There’s got to be a person crammed in there somewhere! It’s that big! But that also means it’s basically future proof unless they decide to make graphics cards over 2 feet in length!! Theres room for the new corsairs H80 cooler and for it, you mount the dual fans and radiator on back of case internally. The Corsair H100’s radiator is twice as long, but theres plenty of room to remove the top 200mm fan an install it at the top of the case with plenty of room to spare! An its an excellent fit. The case has two top USB 3.0 & a Sata outlet. The usb 3.0’s use an internal 20 Pin usb 3.0 motherboard header just in case your motherboard has that option. It has 8 Expansion slots, which is generally plenty. The hotswappable hard drive bays are great! They also have a locking feature that you unlock with a key so that noone but YOU can touch your precious data. The hinged door also has a key locked lock as well. It comes with 2 keys. All the external fans have filters, that are removable. You just push on them at the proper spot, an they unclick an pop out to be cleaned. The case comes with 3-200mm fans and 1-140mm which is plenty based on the case design an amazing air flow it has. It also has feet that keeps it up off the floor just in case you have carpet to keep those dust an fibers out of the bottom filter and from getting inside your case and fouling your system. The back panel is great for hiding wires. I hid the extra long wires from corsairs ax1200 professional series and hooked dual-dual gpu’s and everything else imaginable and it fit it well, just take your time for wire management, an the wiregrommets included with the case make it a breeze! Just get you some zipties and your good to go! For those of you who prefer Intel, theres an open backplate for the underneath section of the motherboard’s cpu for you to install the plate for the liquid cooling units which would make it simple. I was initially trying to choose between this and Corsairs 800D, an im sure glad i chose this! I mean, theres not a case one that looks even close to what they took a risk at engineering and its beautiful. I see now major issues with this case. It even comes with plenty of case, fan, harddrive, psu, and motherboard screws as well as ties and a little headphone hanger prop you can mount on the side if you want. The only thing i could wish for would be the new model SNOW EDITION they just came out with, the color scheme of it is just beyong great! Thanks for taking time to read my review. My build is as follows and this case had more than enough room for these and much much more! I actually just thought of a downfall! With dual Sapphire Radeon HD 6990’s, fitting everything i have in ASUS’ new Crosshair V I had to maneuver the 2nd 6990 into the last slot which covers up the start/reset/oc buttons! S00 i made sure to have my oc’n done by then, but then again, this isnt the case’s problem!

    Thermaltake Level 10 GT Case
    Corsair AX1200 Watt Modular Professional Series PSU
    Corsair H80 Liquid Cpu Cooling System
    16gb Corsair XMS3 8 GB 1333 MHz PC3-10666 240-Pin DDR3 Memory Kit CMX8GX3M2A1333C9
    Corsair Memory Pro Fan with LED Monitor
    AMD Phenom X6 1100T 6Core CPU
    Rosewill 75n1 Card Reader/Writer
    OCZ Technology 240 GB Vertex 3 SATA III 6.0 Gb/s 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive VTX3-25SAT3-240G
    2-Western Digital Velociraptor 600 GB SATA III 10000 RPM 32 MB Cache Bulk/OEM 3.5 Inch Desktop Hard Drive – WD6000HLHX
    2-Western Digital Caviar Black 2 TB SATA III 7200 RPM 64 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Internal Desktop Hard Drive – WD2002FAEX
    2-Sapphire Radeon HD 6990 4GB DDR5 DVI-I/QUAD MINI DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 100310SR
    ASUS Crosshair V Formula – AM3+ – 990FX – Republic of Gamers Series – ATX AMD DDR3 2133…

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Super Case but still Over Priced, November 4, 2011

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    As most have already said, this is a roomy case and appealing to the eye. It is very well designed and sturdy. However it is not without flaws for being titled a GT. First of all it is the best case I’ve owned however I would expect more for what I paid (199.00), which is why I gave it 4 stars. I had no problem installing and routing all the cables out of sight. Fans aren’t silent but are low even on high speed, as expected from such large fans. Excellent air flow in this case and plenty of room for a large CPU fan. My fan is 6″ high with plenty of room.

    Let me explain the issues I feel this case has, that may help you in your decision.

    The hot-swap bays are Sata II in the case, not Sata III, so you will be unable to place a SATA III in a bay then a Sata II in the other bays, bios will not recognize all your drives this way. The reason is the single-cable chain for the Hot-Swap bays, still an excellent idea. By the way, these are well constructed to allow the drives to be inserted into the data/power ports with ease. When I put just the Sata III drive in the bay chain by itself, Bios would recognize it. Doing speed test with the drive placed this way it’s speed was at Sata II. Placing Sata II and Sata III in the Bays together, my Bios only recognized the Sata III drive. Placing the Sata III in the case front small bay and using the same Sata III cable to plug it directly to my Mobo’s Sata III port and the other Sata II drives in the hot-swap bays, all is well. Not a prob unless one would want to quickly change OS drives before powering on, which I didn’t, but I do like the ability to hot-swap the other drives I have, which this does work from within Windows 7 anyway. (Note you will need to configure your HDD’s in your Bios as AHCI, not IDE to allow for the “Hot-Swap” option, if you choose to use it as such). You will need to use a single data cable for each of the 5 bays, Your individual cables will pass-through a single Sata II cable to allow the hot-swap ability. Only one power cable is needed for the hot-swap bays. NOTE: If you do place a Sata III drive in the hot-swap bays, it will only perform at 3 Gbs, which is Sata II speed, not 6 Gbs).

    The USB 3.0 ports are firmly attached to the top of the case in my version, with a single cable connection built to plug into a Mobo supporting USB 3.0, mine did not so I purchased the “Silverstone Tek PCI Express Card with USB 3.0 Internal Connector (EC01)”, plugged it in there and all is well. The remaining 4 USB 2.0 ports on the front have a single cable per pair, which plug into both USB ports on your Mobo with all the needed length to hide the cables. Why aren’t all USB ports 3.0 on the case, this is titled a “GT” case.

    The handle on top of the case I received was sturdy, and I’ve moved the case several times using just the handle, before and after all components installed. The button to change fan colors has no memory so unless you like the default setting you need to change this every boot, not really a big deal, but not “GT” quality either.

    I didn’t feel that any of the cables were cheap. They are all very well laid out with enough length to re-rout if desired. The door opening on a hinge works flawlessly.

    At the end of the day I am pleased with this purchase and would recommend this to an enthusiast or a beginner.

    My System specs are:
    CPU: Intel Core i7-990x
    CPU Fan: Zalman CNPS9900LED
    Video: GeForce GTX 590
    Mobo: Asus P6x58D-E
    RAM: 24 GB G.SKILL Ripjaws X series
    HDD: Kingston HyperX 240GB SATA III
    HDD’s Hot-Swappable: WD 500AAKS, 500GB, and WD 15EARS 1.5TB
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