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    So I went into the city today to look around and shop a little. I stopped by my favorite computer shop, and what did I see?



    Yeah, the Thermaltake Level 10. I had no idea this case even existed, but it sure looks... intriguing. Has anyone had the pleasure of trying this thing out? I heard it's a pretty dang rare case to get your hands on?
    up up down down left right left right B A

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    At 500 each I don't see many going this route....maybe it is BMW designed but........
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    I wouldn`t say ugly but definitely expensive...

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    For that kind of money I would rather have two of the Obsidian 800Ds and use the change for more goodies.

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    At $850 thats a little to expensive for a case.

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    Thermaltake underestimated the level of interest in this case. They're manufacturing capacity is 1200-1500 a month for this case, but the initial orders came in for 6000.
    Last edited by Spotswood; 06-02-2010 at 17:45.
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    I've showed this case to a few friends of mine and none of them were taking well to the design. I guess people don't want something TOO different.
    "Most people work just hard enough not to get fired and get paid just enough money not to quit." - George Carlin
    Also, if a tree falls in the forest...a souffle rises in the city.

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    It's a nice case, I would love to do a build in one, it's just to expensive. I could see $400 maybe $450 tops but $850 there's no way I would spend that kind of money on a case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    It's a nice case, I would love to do a build in one, it's just to expensive. I could see $400 maybe $450 tops but $850 there's no way I would spend that kind of money on a case.
    Its nice,but too costly,but styling wise,I still love my Armor+
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    The only feature I like is the carry handle LOL!

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    Kinda large and akward to carry even with the handle, and it's still to expensive. Vinny, your parts for your Freezone have shipped you should receive them this week.

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    Personally i don't like it,I Certainly don't think its worth the price tag!

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    It's unique, but it's not worth the price, if they had lowered the price to $399.99 TT would have sold more of them.

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    I saw one of these in its box at NCIX Vancouver a couple months ago, they were having an in-store sale and it was pretty busy. seemed to be a preorder some guy must have liked the aesthetics.

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    Can't remember where but i remember reading a review that stated if your PSU did not have very long leads then they would not reach some components. Think the minimum length was 22"?

    Personally I think it looks horrible.

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    It's cool and exotic, but for $850 it better build my computer for me.

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