Thermaltake Level 10 GT

Internal Features

The guts of the 10GT are similar to the outside, rubber coated, all matt black and with lots of clever little nooks and crannies.

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The back has some already very well routed cables with quite a lot more vertical room for extra should you need it. I was surprisd though that for such a wide case, there didn’t seem to be that much horizontal room between the panel and the motherboard tray. Speaking of which, there’s of course a large hole where you can adjust CPU cooler backing plates without removing the motherboard first.

From this side you can also view the optical drive clips which are nicely toolless.

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The front panel also removes, giving you full access to the 5.25″ optical drive bays as well as the front fan. The panel itself has a dust filter built in so cleaning it is easy. I also liked how Thermaltake have the buttons and wiring built into the case not the panel, so you’re not stretching that all important on/off switch cable when you remove it.

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Unfortunately, I wish I’d figured out how easy it was to access the drive bays from the gey go, as initially I removed the side panel that gives you access to the left hand side of the ODD area. This is completely unecessary as the tooless clips that hold them in are found – converse of standard – on the right hand side.

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2 responses to “Thermaltake Level 10 GT”

  1. First thoughts of the first Level 10 was that it would overheat like crazy. Glad to see they’ve fixed the issue in this revision but still needs a face life. It has the ugly duckling effect to it. Ugly on the outside but beautiful within.

    1. I agree. It sort of feels like they took a really good case and slapped some plastic on it.

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