Inspired by its predecessor, the upcoming GT model retains a largely compartmentalised design but is shaped to be seemingly more practical. Where the original Level 10 measured 614mm x 318mm x 666.3mm and weighed a mammoth 21.37kg, the streamlined GT measures 584mm x 282mm x 590mm and tips the scales at a much more forgiving 12.7kg.
It's still a beast in its own right, though, and the revised chassis supports a variety of motherboard form factors - right up to eATX - as well as four 5.25in drives, an external 3.5in drive and five internal hot-swappable 3.5in or 2.5in drives. VGA cards at up to 360mm in length will fit in nicely, and there's built-in cable routing and room for a top-mounted radiator.
A 200mm front intake, 140mm rear exhaust, 200mm top exhaust and 200mm side fan make up the LED-colourshift cooling system, and Thermaltake has spruced up the chassis with a few other upgrades - including a new windowed sidepanel and the addition of USB 3.0 to the top I/O panel.