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Thermaltake just dropped a nuke and Newegg seems to be the first to push it out.

post #1 of 84
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Thermaltake Level 10

Um... I wanna know this... Who's gonna be the first to shell out the cash for this thing?

Is that even close to worth it?

AND LAST... Who's gonna start the club? Lol.
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I am pretty sure most anyone would take a Corsair 800D over that any day.
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i dont get who actually likes this case that is fugly to the max. For over $850 bones i better get like a free ssd or something.
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Originally Posted by firestormcomputers View Post
I am pretty sure most anyone would take a Corsair 800D over that any day.
Except that the Obsidian is designed for watercooling, while the Thermaltake L10 is designed for air cooling.
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i dont get who actually likes this case that is fugly to the max. For over $850 bones i better get like a free ssd or something.
Seriously! They could at LEAST toss in a PSU. $850 because BMW helped them??? There has to be a better reason...
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post #6 of 84
I'd sooner buy a Soldam, and then a new video card with the leftover cash.
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post #7 of 84
Quote:
Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
Except that the Obsidian is designed for watercooling, while the Thermaltake L10 is designed for air cooling.
That case is actually designed to cool what's inside it? lol
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post #8 of 84
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Seriously! They could at LEAST toss in a PSU. $850 because BMW helped them??? There has to be a better reason...
If you can afford this case then you aren't worried about paying for a power supply. I kinda like the way it looks, but i bet it sucks to hide cables.
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post #9 of 84
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Seriously! They could at LEAST toss in a PSU. $850 because BMW helped them??? There has to be a better reason...
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post #10 of 84
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If you can afford this case then you aren't worried about paying for a power supply. I kinda like the way it looks, but i bet it sucks to hide cables.
Well... there seems to be a locked back panel... I assume that's where you route all the cables... at least I'd hope. 850 bones and no cable routing would get Tt some serious hate mail.
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