Feb 9 2011, 1:11pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
Thermaltake has been offering the really cool Level 10 case for a while back and it was one of the best looking cases I have ever seen. The case had a few issues for some geeks though like to didn’t work with long video cards.
Thermaltake has announced that it has updated the case with a new version called the Level 10 GT that improves the original. One of the key improvements is support for video cards up to 37cm. The case has enough PCI slots on the back for dual video cards.
The cooling system of the case was also improved with 200mm fans in addition to the 140mm rear fan. The case now has USB 3.0 port as well. Inside the case are five hot-swap HDD bays that will work both 2.5" and 3.5". The case will also accept water cooling systems.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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