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HEXUS - CeBIT 2009 :: Thermaltake go to the next level with the Level 10

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Thermaltake's Joseph Lin talks us through the innovative Level 10 chassis with it's frankly awesome pod design...

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Nice to see thinking outside the box on a case design!

cant see this being cheap though all aluminum.
I think you are going to love it or loathe the design, I personally like it but then I cant see it much use for it unless you stick to box standard hardware.

Is it just me or is there an enclosure space missing for the graphics card to protrude from the motherboard?

looking forward to seeing more of this particular case.
You know it was probably copied from another product anyway ;)
When he points out the location of the PSU, I can only see 1 fairly thin lead going to the motherboard enclosure. Wonder how everything else is powered?
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When he points out the location of the PSU, I can only see 1 fairly thin lead going to the motherboard enclosure. Wonder how everything else is powered?

I am going to go out on some sort of crazy idea here, but;

It's a limited edition anniversary case, yeah?

How about it's only compatable with certain PSUs, from TT themselvers, which plug in to it, and the wires are hardwired through the case to each compartment?

no? Thought so..
pre wired cables and connectors in each box does seem quite logical athough awkward, what if you have a usb or firewire device in the 5.25 drive bay.

im thinking the back inbetween the all the little cases and the mounting trays might be double sided?