ThermalTake Level 10

  • ThermalTake Level 10
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The ThermalTake Level 10 case's skeleton is constructed from 3mm-thick sheets of aluminum so it's not damaged under its own weight. It measures 26.22 x 12.52 x 24.17 inch (66.6 x 31.8 x 61.4 cm) and weighs a backbreaking 47.11lb (21.37kg). The front also has three external 5.25" drive bays, below are six 3.5" hard drive bays.

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By TechSpot on

The Thermaltake Level 10 is very much like a luxury sports car in that it is wildly impractical but far more exciting than mainstream offerings. It's also fair to say the Level 10 costs a small fortune at $700 -- much more than the average person...

By X-bit Labs on

It’s time to sum up the highs and lows of this highly unusual system case. Highs: Original exterior design High-quality materials Handy front-panel connectors Eight expansion-card brackets Good cooling at acceptable level of noise Dust filters...

By Kitguru.net on 95

A massive case with a massive price which is, without doubt, the best case we’ve tested to...

By ExtremeTech on 90

When we first encountered Thermaltake's Level 10 case, which has been codesigned with BMW Group DesignworksUSA, at CES earlier this year, we found ourselves asking: "Does anyone really need a $700 case?" Now that one has finally arrived in Ziff...

By Gizmodo on

My attempts to live with an iMac were met with nothing but grief. I needed a rebound relationship—a total opposite to the prudish minimalism of Apple design—a bad girl with unnervingly fast tendencies. There was only one computer that could...

By Neoseeker on

Often when a product is a mutli-group collaboration and is conceived by the brightest minds in the room, it risks becoming an exercise of pure ego, dooming it to mediocrity and ultimately failure. Luckily the Level 10 case from Thermaltake and BMW...

By The Tech Report on

we think the Level 10 probably isn't for your typical hardcore enthusiast. Rather, a well-off gamer who wants a cool-looking system that won't be upgraded too often might find this chassis interesting. Perhaps the Level 10 could also be the...

By Overclockers Club on

When I saw the initial prototype pictures of this case floating around the web last year, my first thought was 'why would anyone buy that'? Then after seeing it first hand at CES, the look started to grow on me and by the time I have now...

By Tom's Hardware on

Thermaltake’s approach to artful computing provides even more interior space and its eight-slot rear panel is perfect for holding four double-slot expansion cards. Anyone who wants to put “personal supercomputer” hardware in...

By HotHardware on

Looking back, the installation process was a healthy success. Once finished, all our fingers were still in place and we avoided the types of cuts and scrapes sometimes associated with system building. The Level 10's removable motherboard tray made...

By Legit Reviews on

The Level 10 is by far the most unique case I have seen to date, and the most expensive. Thermaltake and BMW were definitely thinking outside the box on this one....

By ComputerPowerUser on 90

The takeaway is that the Level 10 gives you easy access to most parts of your PC without an open bench case’s dust collection, EMI concerns, and homeliness (to some). Overclockers may get higher numbers and potentially longer device life....

By Motherboards.org on

This case is available for a price of $760 online, making it not for the faint of heart. The target market is for the SOHO designer trying to have a functional design as part of their overall home office, or the enthusiast gamer wanting excellent...

By Atomic MPC on 93

The penultimate designer case for those with enough cash, but worth every...

By Bit-tech.net on

Since its introduction last year Thermaltake's Level 10 has been the talk of the PC building town. In part that's because of its enormous £500 price tag and elusive nature - but it's mostly because of the innovative and unique design....

By PC Pro on 50

A unique and adventurous design, but some construction flaws and the stratospheric price make it one to admire from afar...

By PCPer on

Modding: While there are not many opportunities to mod this case (why would you?) there are a few things you could potentially do. First, you could remove the metal air cover from the front left of the case to expose the pre-installed grill...

By Maximum PC on 80

Drop-dead gorgeous, but does it go to 11? When we first saw prototypes of Thermaltake’s Level 10 concept chassis back in May, we were intrigued by its unique design but skeptical as to whether Thermaltake would ever actually produce it—and...

By Gizmodo on

PC Perspective's reader Craig Mullaney scored the first review with the Thermaltake Level 10 computer case. And the site was kind enough to share it with us, in full, here. Spoiler: it's as ridiculously awesome as we'd expect: Exterior...

International Review By SweClockers on

Level 10 liknar mer ett abstrakt konstverk än ett chassi, vi ska dock bedöma det efter vad det egentligen är – ett datorchassi. Byggkvalitén är mycket god och chassit står minst sagt stadigt på marken med sina 21...