Items tagged with level 10

Designed by the folks at BMW for Thermaltake, the one gripe that stuck with the original Level 10 case, was that it was gorgeous and drool-worthy perhaps but be prepared to sell that kidney, with its MSRP weighing in at $850 (they're selling for only $699 now).   So Thermaltake set out to design a more affordable follow-on product and the Level 10 GT was born.  The Level 10 GT has similar design cues to Thermaltake's uber-expensive first generation chassis, but is built with a more traditional internal component housing and lower-cost materials.  The GT doesn't catch your eye like... Read more...
It's baaaack! Thermaltake Level 10 gaming chassis was easily the most amazing, wild and unique looking cases on the market during its heyday, but we suppose that heyday ends now. The reason? The second version! Thermaltake knew that they had to keep a good thing going, so version two has arrived. The Level 10 GT is a towering gaming case that's just as hardcore as the original, with more room than most people will ever have use for, and an amazing, vivid exterior that looking nothing like any other case on the market -- aside from the original Level 10. The Level 10 GT was first revealed at CES,... Read more...
The Level 10 case has almost taken on a life of its own. Just mention "Level 10" within PC enthusiast circles, and most of the will likely know exactly what you're talking about. It's easily one of the most innovative PC enclosures that we've seen in years, and while it's certainly expensive, those in the position to buy one and showcase it should certainly treat it--and everything within it--with care.In order to do so, you might want to consider a top notch cooling solution, and the folks at Asetek certainly have experience in that department. As of today iBuyPower, which is the exclusive home... Read more...
Remember Thermaltake's Level 10 gaming chassis? How could you forget? The extreme, high-end, niche case just recently went on sale to the general public at around $850, but for those who don't have the time or know-how to build their own full system within it, iBuyPower is coming to the rescue. The company has today announced that it will be the exclusive system integrator to offer the case, so if you want a pre-built Level 10-based rig, it's iBuyPower or bust.The wild chassis will be filled with an Intel Core i7 920 CPU, 6GB of DDR3 memory and a 128GB SSD, not to mention a GeForce GTX 285 (2GB),... Read more...