Thermaltake Level 10 - new case in town (it's different!)

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  1. MR CHILLED

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    Yes very different.....I'm in two minds....doesn't really do a lot for me but it's an interesting design...

    http://www.ttlevel10.com/
     
  2. Ravennoir

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    Its weird, but I do kinda like it
     
  3. warhead

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    Saw pics of this case earlier in the year and I like it.

    Was rumored before that there'd only be a limited run and the case would retail for around 500 USD :(
     
  4. iNoob

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    I dont really like it, but at least they are trying something new.
     
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    I had heard 700USD just this afternoon from a friend but not too sure.....
     
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    Looks great! But at that price... maybe not so great.
     
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    /. posts indicate 700USD
     
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    930AUD on Mwave-

    http://www.mwave.com.au/newAU/mwave...31-Mwave_Bargain_24_18_08_2009&utm_medium=ema

    It's a shit case, you'd have to be pretty daft to actually buy one. The design doesn't make any sense when it comes to functionality, having everything is separate compartments means that they can't share case cooling. This results in the need for more fans and more noise, namely the HDD cages which have a small fan for each disk compartment (I can only imagine how noisy this thing would be).

    Collectors item only, just like the Lian Li PC-888
     
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    will make the vacuum cleaning job harder due to small separate pockets and gaps
     
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    I dont understand how we could use it. I mean how does everything stick on to the motherboard if you can move the compartments around?
     
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    It was designed by BMW. I saw pictures of it on Google a while ago but it was all silver. It doesnt look too bad though. I do like the red and black scheme.
     
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    looks like an old school thinkpad developed tumours and mutated :lol:
     
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    I dont mind it actually
     
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    It'd be nice for a htpc case, that's about it.
     
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    looks sweet but the price and the fact thats its ATX form factor really sucks balls as alot of mb's are e-atx
     
  18. Alba

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    I like it, it looks modern, but where would I put all my water cooling:confused:
     
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    Err.. Most boards are ATX buddy..

    I remember there was a prototype of this thing at a Cebit convention or something, the idea I think is great, and overall I think the looks is pretty good to, it's just completely away from the 'norm' so it's still a little 'strange' looking.
     
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    He said a LOT are not MOST are and he's right.

    So if an E-ATX doesn't fit then it doesn't accommodate for high end gear at all which is a shame.
     

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