Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition Chassis Review
Luke Hill / 575 days ago
There is vast selection of cases which tend to the needs of the average user, gamer and enthusiast. Looking at the sub £150 market, we can see well over 25 cases that are worthy of recommendation at a specific price point for a specific user’s needs. While these cases are excellent in their own respect, what happens when an extreme enthusiast wants the very best that money can buy? Maybe Thermaltake can answer that question.
The Level 10 series have always been at the pinnacle of Thermaltake’s case line-up with the original Level 10 holding the $799.99 top spot. Thermaltake realised the somewhat restrained interest in such an expensive case though and decided to offer a more ‘affordable’ version which managed to keep the up-market feel and premier design; the Level 10 GT. Coming hot off the back of numerous awards including our own eTeknix gold, the Level 10 GT sees a new sibling, the Level 10 GT Snow Edition.
As you may have anticipated, the snow edition is mainly white on the exterior and shares the same aesthetic appeal and design as its brother. The changes aren’t entirely cosmetic though. An internal USB 3.0 header makes a hugely welcomed arrival on the snow edition. The migration to more of a blue lighting theme is an excellent decision by Thermaltake’s design team, allowing a smooth arctic white and subtle blue appearance. Fundamental features which set the Level 10 GT apart from the chasing pack haven’t been changed meaning that you won’t have to make the compromise between a more fitting style or better performance, Thermaltake’s Level 10 GT Snow Edition has everything that its predecessor did and more.
We have explained the background and features to the £215/$270 Level 10 GT Snow Edition, so without further ado, let’s head on into the main review.