Thermaltake Debuts Level 20 MT and Level 20 GT ARGB Cases
Ron Perillo / 2 years ago
Mid-Tower and Full-Tower with ARGB
Thermaltake is launching not one, but two new cases under their Level 20 series. These are the new Level 20 GT ARGB and Level 20 MT ARGB. The “ARGB” part in the name means they both come with digital addressable RGB LED support.
These connect via the 3-pin 5V header. Furthermore, they are ready to sync with RGB capable motherboards from ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync and AsRock Polychrome.
What are the Differences Between the GT and the MT Version?
The Thermaltake Level 20 GT ARGB is a full-tower chassis supporting up to E-ATX form factor boards. Meanwhile, the Level 20 MT ARGB is a mid-tower case supporting up to ATX boards. The GT measures 580 x 294 x 592 mm while the MT is slimmer and shorter at 455 x 204 x 471mm.
The GT version also comes with 2x 200mm ARGB fans plus a single 140mm fan for ventilation. Whereas the MT version includes 3x 120mm ARGB fans and a single 120mm fan in the rear for exhaust.
Storage support includes 4+3 drive bays with modular racks for the GT version, and 1+2+1 tool-less drive bay/brackets for the MT version.
While both make use of 4mm tempered glass panels, the MT version only uses it on the front and left panel. Whereas the GT version uses tempered glass on the left, right, top and front panels.