Thermaltake Level 10 GT
There’s quite a bit to really like about the Thermaltake Level 10 GT. It’s well built, has a ton of unique and handy features, and the styling it utterly unique. It’s not everyday that we see a case like this, and Thermaltake has indeed taken the best of the Level 10 and captured its essence, albeit in scaled-down format, here in the GT.
If you’re the type of person that’s into a case that can provide you with a light show, then you’re going to love the three 200mm color Shift fans which can change from Blue to Red to Green to a mixture of all three colors. Every fan in the Level 10GT runs quiet, and the cooling options and performance are great. If you’re a water cooling enthusiast, you can easily house an internal 240mm radiator in the top without any modding required.
The Level 10 GT also had plenty of room inside for installing our test system, no cuts or scrapes, and the tool-less designs made for a breeze of a build. There are a few minor quirks here and there, but nothing worth fussing about overall.
The only real downside to all of this is the steep price tag. At about $260, the Level 10 GT is indeed expensive, but you do get a top quality case in return. Considering most enthusiasts wouldn’t even flinch at spending that amount on a graphics card, this case could last for a few system builds for the same price. So in that sense, it’s an investment. You’re also getting a very unique design as well, something that will make you stand out amongst your friends. There’s certainly a price to consider for taking pride in the stunning design of your hotrod rig.
The Pure Point: If you want something stylish and unique and have a healthy budget to support that, the Thermaltake Level 10 GT is one of a kind.