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2014-05-14T10:11:28Z
There are killer chassis and then there are killer chassis, and Thermaltake’s special edition Level 10 Gaming Station is a thing to behold. The unique construction coupled with the fact that it’s made from titanium makes this case a jaw-dropper, but if you want one, you’ll have to be quick--Thermaltake is only making 500 of these babies.

Thermaltake Level 10 titanium

The black and silver look is stunning, and Thermaltake says that the titanium construction “not only expresses the quality of durability, light weight, dent- and corrosion resistance, it is also the perfect representation of being able to deliver the passion for visual aesthetics that derived from demanding immersive game play and multimedia entertainment enthusiasm.” Among other features, it has 6 EasySwap HDD bays, four USB 3.0 ports, and seven vertical heatsinks that contrast with the horizontal components.

The Level 10 Gaming Station, which Thermaltake created in collaboration with BMW Group DesignWorksUSA, will be up for presale in July with availability in September.
AxelNilsson
2014-05-14T11:35:05Z

Looks crazy, but cool. Reminds me a lot om Razer's prototype for a highly-customizable PC

JuanCarlosGutierrez
2014-05-14T12:23:39Z

Joshua Iñiguez, Misael Ramirez would u guys get this?

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2014-05-14T12:25:47Z

I am not a fan of this type open air design. It also looks almost identical to the Razer Project Christine case design.

MisaelRamirez
2014-05-14T12:34:03Z

I think its great

JoshuaIiguez
2014-05-14T12:40:06Z

If I was a gamer

IlkerShah
2014-05-14T13:22:06Z

worse case in history

Rosec14
2014-05-14T13:50:15Z

I could actually see myself using this and loving it:D

MarkPointon
2014-05-14T13:59:03Z

Ugliest case ever made

Dave_HH
2014-05-14T14:18:23Z

I LOVE this case and want one. :)

Tenderbabymeat
2014-05-14T16:21:11Z

Wow, is it five years ago again already? I wonder how many times they plan on releasing this "special edition" case.

http://www.engadget.com/2009/03/06/bmw-designs-pc-case-for-thermaltake/

ChrisFarscapeFredKim
2014-05-14T17:35:06Z

Its cool and expensive. Then in a few yrs u have to replace it. No thanks

Rosec14
2014-05-14T18:04:45Z

Haha, wow, good catch.

JordanCollins
2014-05-14T23:22:51Z
JordanCollins
2014-05-14T23:23:21Z

But if it's made out of actual titanium