Thermaltake is proud to announce that the Level 10 GT Extreme Gaming Station has won the prestigious red dot design award 2011. The design language of the Level 10 GT expresses a passion for visual aesthetics deriving from demanding and immersed game play and multimedia entertainment enthusiasm. Level 10 GT also represents users the importance of advanced hardware configurations and the need of more space and optimized ventilation than conventional hardware in modern games and latest entertainment applications.
This year the highly esteemed “red dot” award was sought after by approximately 1,700 companies from 60 countries with a total of 4,433 entries. In the end, only the very best from the field of the top-class participants were selected, and among these were the Thermaltake’s Level 10 GT high-end chassis and Toughpower Grand 1500W high-end power supply for demanding PC enthusiasts, and won the red dot design award 2011.
The Level 10 GT is ideally designed with the needs of demanding gamers in mind, offering sufficient interior space for high end graphics and processor cooling solutions. Having adopted the role of an actual user during the design process created an optimized overall usability and convenience. In this way, the Level 10 GT does not only provide state-of-the-art hardware specifications, but moreover represents clear leadership in the eSports and DIY market.
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The Toughpower Grand 1050W has won the respected reddot design award 2011 as well. The design objectives of Toughpower Grand are to create an exquisite, unique and stylish power supply. Especially, with a red decorative line, the matt surfaces represent the characteristic of esports.
The Toughpower Grand 1050W units utilize two massive +12V rails, thereby effectively avoiding any potential voltage fluctuation and maximizing overall system stability in a mission-critical environment. Being 80 PLUS Gold certified users don’t just get a guaranteed eco-friendly PSU with more than 93% efficiency at 50% load and 0.95 active power factor correction (PFC), but the electricity bill will noticeably drop as well.
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