If the Thermaltake Level 10 GT wasn’t visually striking enough for you, the just announced Snow Edition could be perfect. Good build quality, unique looks, and now glossy white paint makes this case a builder’s dream. But get your credit card in hand before you get your heart set on it.
The relevant specs are the same as the original 10 GT with individual spaces for components like hard drives, power supplies, and the motherboard. While the overall construction quality of the 10 GT isn’t as high as the original Level 10, it’s much cheaper. The new Snow Edition will sell for about $280.
The 10 GT is still one of the most eye-catching ATX full-towers on the market, and its great design make is one of the quietest, too. Would you ever pay this much for a case?