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Thermaltake Level 10 GTS or Phantom 410

Hey guys,

I wanted to ask a quick question. Which is better, the thermaltake level 10 gts or the phantom 410? I'm going to put green led fans on them, what would look better with green leds? I'm also going to mount a Antec Kuhler 620 with push-pull config. And If I were to go with one of them, which color should I pick (for gts there's white and black, 410 there's black, white and red)

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    Hi again lol.I would suggest the phantom 410 black with Cooler Master SickleFlow for case fans are decent if you want top notch get Silverstone Air Penetrator Fan both have led green versions
  2. bigcyco1 said:
    Hi again lol.I would suggest the phantom 410 black with Cooler Master SickleFlow for case fans are decent if you want top notch get Silverstone Air Penetrator Fan both have led green versions


    Wow, you seem to know the answers to everything! XD

    Alright, I think I'm going to go phantom 410 black with 6x sickleflow greens. 2 front, 2 top, 2 rear (for antec 620). I'm going to check now, but I think my store also sells the NZXT Switch 810 and I was googling when I found this:



    Looks pretty slick to me. But how tall is the case, my table is 61cm tall and because I don't have a lot of table space, I put my computer on the floor, is the switch 810 too tall?
  3. I have the switch it's pretty tall 9.25" x 23.43" x 23.03" 20.06 lbs.
  4. bigcyco1 said:
    I have the switch it's pretty tall 9.25" x 23.43" x 23.03" 20.06 lbs.


    Hmm, yea I saw the NZXT website, it's 595mm, it's going to hit my desk. Okay then, I guess I'll go back to the Phantom 410 then :D
  5. Best answer selected by Cool4strenz.
  6. Sounds good.
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