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Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition Case Review

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Final Thoughts

Pros:

  • Massive amount of space
  • Cool military theme
  • Security locks
  • Massive fans
  • Hot swap bays
  • Great cable routing

Cons:

  •  Lots of plastic

The Level 10 GT has always been a great case and the Battle Edition is no different. The large size means to that you will be able to fit just about anything you need to in there, and you can do it without skinning your knuckles like in a tight case. You get the security locks, hot swap bays, a massive amount of cooling, and great cable routing as well. The only thing I didn’t like about this case was the extensive use of plastic. The construction is solid but things still can feel a little cheap sometimes. Had they opted for metal though we would be looking at a whole lot more money and extra weight so I understand the decision.

If you are in the market for a full-tower case and are a fan of the military theme, I would absolutely recommend this case.

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