titleWhen Thermaltake introduced the BMW designed Level 10 a few years back they got everyone thinking outside of the box. Of course with its price tag of almost 1,000 dollars they are few and far between. They followed it up with their Level 10 GT, a case inspired by the Level 10 but with a much lower price tag.  The Level 10 GT has been a popular case but we haven’t had a chance to take a look at it. When the Level 10 GT Snow Edition was introduced I knew it was time to finally see what the fuss is all about. Today we are going to take a look at one of Thermaltake’s flagship cases, lets dig into it and find out what it’s all about.

Product Name: Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition

Review Sample Provided by: Thermaltake

Review by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes


Case Type  

Full Tower



Front Bezel Material  



Exterior: White and Black
Interior: Black

Side Panel   


Motherboard Support 

Micro ATX 
Standard ATX 
Extended ATX

Motherboard Tray 


5.25" Drive Bay   


Ext. 3.5" Drive Bay   


Int. 3.5" Drive Bay   


Expansion Slots   


Front I/O Ports

USB 3.0 x 2 (Internal 20 pin connector)
USB 2.0 x 4 
eSATA x 1 
HD Audio x 1

Cooling System   

Front (intake): 
200 x 200 x 20 mm ColorShift Fan x 1 (600~800RPM, 13~15dBA) 

Rear (exhaust): 
140 x 140 x 25 mm Turbo Fan (1000PRM, 16 dBA) 

Top (exhaust): 
200 x 200 x 30 mm ColorShift Fan (600~800RPM, 13~15dBA) 

Side (intake): 
200 x 200 x 30 ColorShift Fan (600~800RPM), 13~15dBA) 

Bottom (intake): 
120 x 120 x 25mm (optional)

Liquid Cooling Capable 


Liquid Cooling Embedded


Power Supply Supported 

Standard PS2

Power Supply Included  


Dimension (H*W*D)   

584 x 282 x 590 mm

Net Weight   

28.0 lbs

Security Lock   

Front HDD Access 
Side Panel 
Rear peripherals


High Performance Gaming
Super Airflow Chassis

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #21767 23 Dec 2011 19:43
For the last day of case week and the last work day before Christmas I give you a little snow!

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