Thermaltake Level 20 GT ARGB Full-Tower Chassis Review

/ 5 years ago

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As we’ve seen before, the Level 20 GT series is one sexy product line. No matter which model you choose, from their more compact models, right up to the flagship monster-sized ones. All have those silky smooth curved metal edges, and lashings of tempered glass. They manage to look bold and brutal, but also smooth svelte at the same time. That’s not an easy thing to do, given this full-tower clocks in at 22KG.

Everything is sleekly designed though, and you’ll find lovely cutaways to the top panel to blend in the I/O panel. This side has the basic audio and power controls, while the right side has the USB ports in a similar fashion.

It’s not the bank of England levels of security, but to keep fingers out of your chassis, there are locks on each side panel.

Plus, both glass side panels are mounted on lift-off hinges, allowing you quick and easy access to the interior; just don’t lose the keys.

Big and Bold

The front panel looks superb too, with another huge slab of tempered glass that allows you to see those two huge 200mm ARGB fans. Plus, there’s plenty of ventilation tucked into the edges, so don’t be fooled by the rather clean looking design, this thing will pull some serious airflow easily enough.

There’s a small Thermaltake logo on the front, and some TT badges on the fans, but otherwise, the branding isn’t overdone. That being said, as smooth as it looks, a chassis like this is still a bold statement that will catch anyone’s attention.

Even the top panel looks great, with more curved edges, tempered glass, and edge gaps for added airflow.

Plus, with two USB 2.0, two USB 3.0, and a Type-C thrown onto this side, connectivity is looking as good as the aesthetics.

Cool Cables Bro

This is a challenge and a half, as you can see right behind the motherboard. Cable routing will need to be on point if you dare to show off this angle. That being said, there is a PSU shroud in there, which will hide a lot of the cable gore for you.

Around the back, it’s chassis business as usual stuff all around. You’ve got a rear exhaust fan, with a 140mm pre-installed, although it’ll take a 120mm if you’re so inclined. It is a full tower though, so it provides eight expansion slots, with plenty of width too. Of course, the PSU down at the bottom, no surprises, but no problems here either.


Before we crack open the windows on this titan, a quick look underneath shows us a huge full-length dust filter, as well as four durable feet with rubber grips. So, enough of that, let’s get a look inside, shall we!

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