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Old 28th June 2011, 07:47   #1
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Default Thermaltake Level 10 GT Review

A year ago now Thermaltake released a fantastic and futuristic looking case that caught the eyes of all computer enthusiasts, that specific chassis was the Thermaltake Level 10 designed by none other than BMW. The price mark for it was well needless to say ďa bit pricyĒ. However Thermaltake have now released its newest edition to the Level 10 series which is what we have for you here today, the Thermaltake Level 10 GT. The Level 10 GT takes a slightly different form then its brother in the series because itís slightly smaller, but yet is said to be more powerful, with its awesome water cooling and all round cooling for that matter, and the ability to still fit heavy equipment inside. The big bonus with the GT compared to its predecessor, is its huge difference in the price tag. So letís take a look.

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