ThermalTake Makes New Variants of Level 10 GT

ThermalTake caught a lot of attention a couple years ago with its Level 10 GT case that it designed in cooperation with BMW. It was a pretty radical design and now for this year's Computex, ThermalTake has taken the Level 10 GT inspiration and applied it to several other cases.

The limited version in white is called the Snow Ball version, but aside from color it's the same as the classic black edition. The "upgraded" design is called the LCS, which features a built-in a liquid cooling system (BigWater 850GT).

The white edition will be priced at $269 while the LCS will be at $359.

Also on display were special vendor versions, such as ones made for Nvidia and Kingston.

Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • burnley14
    Maybe I'm in the minority, but those look so ugly to me.
  • subasteve5800
    @ burnley14

    They certainly look ugly for the price. I'd take a Silverstone over those any day.
  • apache_lives
    thermaltake products are junk these days
  • someguynamedmatt
    God, for that price I'd much rather have a Lian Li, Silverstone, or Cosair. Sorry, Thermaltake. Nice design, terrible price.
  • iam2thecrowe
    im happy with my cheapo aluminium superflower case with perspex side panel. Those things arent the best looking (the white one looks ok i suppose) and overpriced.
  • jacobdrj
    I will take my ole' CM690, thank you very much...
  • rohitbaran
    700$ for a case? No thank you.
  • schmich
    They should close the cases when showing them. Having them open is just too much with the LEDs. I saw other pictures of the white one, when it's closed, and it actually looks good. From these pictures the white one isn't too pretty.
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  • stingstang
    Wow that bottom middle one is sexy...