If you’re going to set up a home gaming computer, you might as well do it with as much style as your pockets will let you get away with. And the Thermaltake Level 10 Super Gaming Modular Case looks about as gnarly as a PC case can get.
Based off concepts from BMW Group Designworks, the full microATX housing brings a downright attractive aesthetic that looks more at home in a spaceship than a table in your bedroom. Not only is it pretty, it makes for a neat setup, too, employing a clever cable management system that uses fittings right in the chassis to hide your mass of wires.
The Thermaltake Level 10 Super Gaming Modular Case can take regular ATX, micro ATX and extended ATX motherboards, with a hinged side panel for quick access to the PC’s internals. Using the EasySwap Pitstop 5 system, each of your five HDD/SDD units gets its own hot-swappable bay, allowing for plenty of flexibility in your use of storage.
Four fans keep the rig from overheating, working from the front, rear, side and top, respectively, with optional liquid cooling from the floor. Other details include 6 USB ports (two USB 3.0, four USB 2.0), one eSATA slot, one HD audio port and eight expansion slots. The entire 23.0 x 11.1 x 23.2 inch case is clad in black (both inside and out), with a side panel window for quick peeks at how the gear is doing.
There’s a carrying handle right on top of the Thermaltake Level 10 Super Gaming Modular Case, but don’t expect to enjoy moving this around as the case alone weighs a hefty 28 lbs. It’s available now, priced at $279.99.