i love it and i want it!
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i love it and i want it!
I love it and I want it too! I looked at the HighSpeed PC Tech Station that is linked-to in the article, but it is WAAAY too expensive for something that looks like it could be built with Legos. That Antec Skeleton case is nice, but I live in a dusty environment (next to a riverbed in drought-parched California) and things would get ugly very quickly. Yeah, this Thermaltake Level 10 is nice, and I could keep it all clean with a feather duster. Imagine how it would look with liquid-cooling tubes snaked around the whole kaboodle!
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This case looks awesome. I really wanna see inside of it. My next case is going to have watercooling in mind.
very nice concept but it could be better. first off where are the windows? Second where are the fans? There is no way those components will keep cool in a completely boxed in enclosure with no airflow whatso ever.
@Super Dave: I haven't seen an Antec Skelly in person so I can't comment, but I do have a HighSpeedPC Techstation. Yes, it is pretty expensive for what amounts to two sheets of PVC with some connectors to put it all together, but the quality of the materials is pretty high. The parts are all pretty thick and actually solid plastic so it's quite heavy.
@Nelson: The main compartment where the mobo and rest of the components go does have fans in the front and back. The PSU compartment also has fans. The hard drives and optical drive compartments appear to be passive.
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Very nice looking but I want a different color led's. I don't know it looks cool and I see a few openings for air for the psu, so there has to be a large number of other air openings you can't see right now. This would have to be a full water cool I would think Minus the PSU. Most likely prebuilt water cooling lines running behind that thin full height area behind the power button except of course the PSU where water would scare me anyway.
This is another reason I wanna see the inside. What are they doing with the heat? I wonder if its like the old Zalman passive case, were they use the case as a heatsink.
News:We will do out best get our hands on one in order to do a full, hands-on review for our HotHardware readers, with the hope of ultimately letting you know if the case is truly worth the likely hefty-price it will sell for. Don't tell Thermaltake, but if they do send us one, they'll have to pry it from our cold,
I cant wait till you get one thats a wicked looking case! Really want to see how it performs as well as whats involved in installing the parts!From what I see now thats something I can see me purchasing for a future build of course I would definatly have to give the cost a lot of thought but it definatly is a great looking design!
Holy smoke.... looks awesome! I'd love to see it opened up.
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the damn case cost a whooping $900
God I so want this case, to bad i'm moving into the apple world
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