Thermaltake Level 10 GT Full Tower Chassis Review
Andy Ruffell / 10 years ago
PackagingThe box is very similar to that of the Level 10 that we looked at some time ago featuring a black box and a picture of the chassis and BMW side by side as this case is styled by BMW Designworks USA. A simple looking box and beneath the courier sticker, we are told that USB 3.0 functionality is present on this case.
The only other interesting aspect of the packaging is on the side, where we see a list of features in many different languages.
Inside is a box which contains all of the relevant booklets and accessories. We find a user’s guide, 2011 product catalogue and warranty booklet.
Also included is a set of keys for locking certain aspects of the case and a Thermaltake branded headphone hanger which clips onto a particular part of the case.
A few cable ties are also provided for keeping things neat and tidy, as well as four bags of screws and fixtures for mounting your relevant components inside the chassis.
A speaker also comes included and a 8-pin motherboard connector cable, as a lot of power supplies don’t come provided with a sufficient length cable. Good thinking, Thermaltake.