If you haven’t already noticed, security is a big thing with the Level 10 GT. Thermaltake have been keen to ensure that there are plenty of methods to keep theft to an absolute minimum and I really like this ethos. At the back of the Level 10 GT we have 2 brackets that cables can be fed through, the bracket at the very top of the rear of the case has 2 keys hanging from it. These are both used to secure the side and front panels.
Security is a top priority with the Level 10 GT
Anti-theft brackets stop thieves stealing peripherals such as gaming mice
Typically to get a side panel open we would remove thumbscrews from the rear of the case but with the Level 10 GT we have a different method. The prominent side has a door, to open this we need to unlock using the key and then press a button on the underside of the case. Great ideas to keep your hardware safe, either at home or at a LAN party.
Button on the underside needs to be pressed to open side panel door
A key must be used to turn the lock into the “unlock” position
Now that we have taken a good look at the outside of the Level 10 GT, let’s go in for a closer look at the internals and see what Thermaltake have integrated.