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    Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    The Level 10 lives on, but not quite as you remember it.
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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    I looked at this when building my new system, in the end I went for a Corsair Obsidian 650D but the Lv.10 did seem nice although I prefer it in black

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    The crap factory of Thermaltake lays birth to more crap for the market to ignore.

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    Quote Originally Posted by Brewster0101 View Post
    The crap factory of Thermaltake lays birth to more crap for the market to ignore.
    +1.
    What a rubbish looking case and that too costs £90!

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    Oh, and not to mention Hexus decided to do an umpteen page review of a crappy case.

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    I think this case looks really bad in black, the white makes it look better, but for the price this is not a case I would ever buy or recommend, the few things I like about it don't carry enough weight for me to get over the way it looks.

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    typo page 1:

    "The Level 10 GTS appears to have most basis covered for a high-end build"

    should be 'bases'.

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    Quote Originally Posted by Brewster0101 View Post
    The crap factory of Thermaltake lays birth to more crap for the market to ignore.

    Ditto that, mediocre rubbish, cmon on Coolermaster bring on the HAF X's successor

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    Thermaltake cases' design tends to concentrate more on function, to the point that aesthetics is often ignored or even compromised, IMHO. There's some sort of "love at first sight" feeling when you get acquainted with some nice PC chassis, I haven't got that feeling with most Thermaltake chassis.

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    Quote Originally Posted by bing_raga View Post
    Thermaltake cases' design tends to concentrate more on function, to the point that aesthetics is often ignored or even compromised, IMHO. There's some sort of "love at first sight" feeling when you get acquainted with some nice PC chassis, I haven't got that feeling with most Thermaltake chassis.
    I have found that they often get the functional side wrong too, I've seen three builds in Thermaltake cases and each time the cable management features have been, at best, poor and on two of the cases there wasn't enough space to run cables behind the mobo tray, the one had the space was save by a low profile cable design on the PSU where all the cables were like ribbon cables..

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    Quote Originally Posted by KeyboardDemon View Post
    I have found that they often get the functional side wrong too, I've seen three builds in Thermaltake cases and each time the cable management features have been, at best, poor and on two of the cases there wasn't enough space to run cables behind the mobo tray, the one had the space was save by a low profile cable design on the PSU where all the cables were like ribbon cables..
    Hmmmm, I haven't came across any review about any of their cases, really, except this one posted by Hexus. I didn't bother reading about their cases since I'm really not interested in getting one. So, I really cannot tell how the cases' functional side can be as bad as their physical appearances. I only judged by what I can see in the external design. But, with your feedback about their other cases, I can now tell, dude, that really sucks! XD

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    Re: Reviews - Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition

    I want one of these is some off the wall color like lime green or burnt orange! White is awesome though

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