The first time I saw the Level 10 case from Thermaltake it looked really good and I wanted one. Since that initial launch, the thing has been spied on TV and is still one of the coolest cases I have seen. A new version of the chassis is now available that has the same style and compartmentalized design. The new version is the Level 10 GT and it is available right now.
The case is a collaboration between Thermaltake and the BMW Design Group just as the original was. The changes are little things that will make a big difference. The little updates include better airflow with 200mm fans along with a 140mm rear fan. The case has USB 3.0 connectivity and will now accept video cards up to 37cm in length.
The case has a MSRP of $269 and has five internal hot-swap drive bays for 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch HDDs. The case also has a design that will work with liquid cooling for the CPUs. It supports eight PCIe slots and will work with SLI or Crossfire multiple video cards.