Thermaltake Level 10 Full-Tower Chassis Review

/ 6 years ago


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Thermaltake have been in the market for quite some time and have always been known for making some of the weirdest and wonderful products on the market. This ranges from cooling products to cases and as time goes on, more style gets added to their quirky range of products.

Today we are taking a look at a controversial product from them; the Level 10. This case (part designed by BMW) is quite a special product in Thermaltake’s lineup, as it offers some of the most futuristic styling on the planet and a marmite type reaction to consumers, though marmite is a hell of a lot cheaper.

A brief summary on Thermaltake as a company:

We live in a world where most things seem to move at the speed of light. At Thermaltake, we feel the same way and that is exactly how Thermaltake conducts itself to deliver innovative, reliable and customer-centric solutions to the worldwide market.

Since the beginning of Thermaltake in 1999, it has been at the forefront of creating new and exciting products at a time where most computer users were provided little to no choices for components that may seem irrelevant, but in reality crucial to the performance of a PC.

Thermaltake Server Series solutions, with years of thermal experience and industry leadership, sets its goal on reforming total thermal management in server segment by formulating the perfect mixture of versatility, efficiency and thermal management with each respective server product category: Rackmount Chassis, Server Fixed & Redundant Power Supply and Server CPU Cooling Management Solutions.

With its comprehensive line of products available, it enables Thermaltake’s core customers to enjoy a one-stop-shop experience, reduce product design-in evaluation period and most important of all, flawless integration process. Each of Thermaltake’s strengths enables its customer to focus on their core business while taking advantage of the skills and efficiency of a single thermal management solution partner.


  • Design Collaboration by Thermaltake and BMW Group DesignworksUSA
  • Asymmetrical Balance design
  • Open Compartment Architecture (O.C.A.)
  • Smart-lock Security System (S.S.S.)
  • A Ergonomically Positioned and Integrated Handles
  • Removable Hard Drive Cases for 3.5” and 2.5” HDD/SSD
  • Dramatically lighting effect
  • Exposed Vertical Heatsink


Case TypeFull Tower
Dimension (H x W x D)666.3 x 318 x 614 mm
(26.22 x 12.52 x 24.17 inch)
Net Weight21.37 kg / 47.11 lb
MaterialAluminum Extrusion
Cooling System– Front (intake) : 140 x 140 x 25 mm Red LED Fan, 1000rpm, 16dBA or 120 x 120 x25 mm fan
– Rear (exhaust) : 120 x 120 x 25 mm Red LED Fan, 1300rpm, 17dBA
– HDD (intake) : Dual 60 x 60 x 15mm Silent Fan, 2500 rpm, 19dBA
Drive Bays9
– Accessible 3 x 5.25’’
– Hidden 6 x 3.5’’ 、2.5” & SSD
Expansion Slots8
Motherboards9.6” x 9.6” (Micro ATX), 12” x 9.6” (ATX)
I/O PortsUSB 2.0 x 4, eSATA x 1, HD Audio x 1
PSUStandard PS2 PSU
Removable PSU BridgeSupport
Adjustable PSU BridgeSupport


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7 Responses to “Thermaltake Level 10 Full-Tower Chassis Review”
  1. rrplay says:

    Easy to appreciate all the efforts that went into the review and video overview of this chassis .even though the style is not to my preference. Guess one would really have to like the style. No USB 3.0 ? defintely way too big and heavy to entertain the notion of lugging it around .Thanks

  2. Pdam says:

    This is one amazing piece of hardware 🙂 but that price gues what they made the level 10 GT now only 280 USD 😉

  3. Si KeVin says:

    Its better to get corsair 800D:D

  4. aruffell says:

    Si KeVin;16572 wrote: Its better to get corsair 800D:D

    Nice case, but why do you think it's better?

  5. Si KeVin says:

    Aruffell;16573 wrote: Nice case, but why do you think it's better?

    800D is good for water cooling(if going extreme but not necessary). Some people said that 800D has bad air flow due to not having an intake fan on the front.oh oh idea why dont you review corsair cases? 😀

  6. aruffell says:

    Si KeVin;16578 wrote: 800D is good for water cooling(if going extreme but not necessary). Some people said that 800D has bad air flow due to not having an intake fan on the front.oh oh idea why dont you review corsair cases? 😀

    Corsair are apparantly already filled up with their reviewers in the UK, even though we're world-wide so will contact the US department as we have staff in the Netherlands and the US.Will keep you updated though.

  7. Si KeVin says:

    The only thing with the corsair cases is the price. Their 650D is more than £30 higher than the nzxt phantom.

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