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Thermaltake Level 10 GT review

Thermaltake supplies the Level 10 GT inside a huge, well designed cardboard box. The artwork on the box is focused on a picture of the case itself alongside with what appears to be a schematic drawing of a BMW 1 series car. The 1 series is the cheapest and smallest BMW but it still is a relatively expensive and luxurious vehicle, so perhaps Thermaltake wants to give us a hint.

Inside the box we found the large tower case protected by two thick polystyrene foam slabs. The Level 10 GT comes wrapped not inside a simple plastic bag but in a large synthetic cloth bag.

The bundle is relatively extensive and includes the necessary screws (all of which are black), a typical manual, an advertising leaflet on other products, five quality black plastic cable straps, a CPU EPS/ATX 12V extension cable and a headphones hanger.

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