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  1. So I've had my Level 10 GT for a while now, and as it's really good, I was planning to keep it. However, I'm moving in with my girlfriend, and my computer will be in the middle of the living room. You guessed it: the led's gotta go. I've looked into the wiring, hoping there would be a simple way, but I guess there is not. All led fans have 3 wires, black, red, yellow (1). However, the non-led fan also has those 3 wires. So I guess yellow is not the leds. All fans connect together, into the fan controller (2). That also has a led switch. I thought, well I'll just unplug the fan color wire (3), but nope, that stops all the fans. I know I can technically open all fans, but only the thin wires that go to the leds (4), and be done. But I don't want to do that. Maybe, someday I'll want to plug the leds back in. So that's not an option. Any ideas to calm down the beast? Edit: I know I could wire them directly to the motherboard, but I kind of want to keep the fan speed controller buttons on the top, intact and working. Pics: 1: Fan main power: http://imgur.com/gxSgyjK 2: Fan controller http://imgur.com/1e2XOqT/ http://imgur.com/z22rmiG 3: Fan color switch wire: http://imgur.com/qs0jA68 3: Per led power: http://imgur.com/E4hftX0
  2. This is the official owners club for Level 10 GT series, come share your comment, idea, build, pictures with us on this bad boy! Features - FrontSpeed 2: USB 3.0 SuperSpeed - PitStop 5: EasySwap HDD bays - VGA TripleMax 37: Ready for extra-long graphics card up to 14.2â€/37 cm (eg., ATI Radeon HD 6870 & NVIDIA GTX 580) - QuadFan: Maximum ventilation and cooling - Triple ColorShift: Adjustable fan ambience colors - CableClear: Advanced cable management - S.S.S.: Smart-lock Security System - CoolFlux: ready for powerful high-end liquid cooling systems - Headset Holder Ventilation 200mm x 1 Front (intake) : 200 x 200 x 20 mm Colorshift fan x 1 (600~800rpm, 13~15dBA) CPU Air Cooling System 200mm x 1 Top (exhaust) : 200 x 200 x 30 mm Colorshift fan x 1 (600~800rpm, 13~15dBA) 140mm x 1 Rear (exhaust) : 140 x 140 x 25 mm Turbo Fan (1000rpm,16dBA) VGA Air Cooling System 200mm x 1 120mm x 1 (Optional) Side (intake) : Plug&Play 200 x 200 x 30 mm Colorshift fan (600~800rpm, 13~15dBA) Bottom (intake) : 120 x 120 x 25 mm fan Micro site: http://level10gt.thermaltake.com/ Level 10 GT: http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Full_Tower_/Level_10/C_00001675/Level_10_GT/design.htm Level 10 GT Snow: http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Full_Tower_/Level_10/C_00001788/Level_10_GT_Snow_Edition/design.htm Level 10 GT Battle: http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Full_Tower_/Level_10/C_00001891/Level_10_GT_Battle_Edition_/design.htm Level 10 LCS: http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Full_Tower_/Level_10/C_00001922/Level_10_GT_LCS_2_0_/design.htm Reviews: Level 10 GT: http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Full_Tower_/Level_10/C_00001675/Level_10_GT/Review.htm Level 10 GT Snow: http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Full_Tower_/Level_10/C_00001788/Level_10_GT_Snow_Edition/Review.htm Level 10 GT Battle: http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Full_Tower_/Level_10/C_00001891/Level_10_GT_Battle_Edition_/Review.htm
  3. Hello TT community, first i want to apologize for my bad english and sorry if this is the wrong place on this forum (I'm new here).0 I've build some PCs already, but now I've build one for a friend, and i was confident that I'd be easy but his CPU is idleing at around 82° C and the screen is freezing after around 10 seconds on the desktop. (Only thing that can be done is to hold the power button). [spoiler=Hardware Specs] AMD Fx 9730 (4.4 Ghz) AsRock 990FX Extreme 3 Level 10 GT (Used the prebuild watercooling with the GPU obviously) HyperX Beast 2x8 gb RAM 1866 MHz R9 280X 120 GB SSD 1 TB HDD 650 W PSU (Corsair CS650) I've used this grey paste (Moderate use, not to much), water is in the loop, it's flowing, the radiator fans are spinning. What could I do? Or what part should I try to fix/replace. Thank you in advance.
  4. Hi All, I'm considering buying the Level 10 GT Snow edition case but before buying I'd like to know if the 3.0 Ultimate S Water Cooling system fits into this case and if so, where? Thanks in advance,
  5. Is there a good place to find replacement parts? I have the Level 10 GT (original black) case, and the front 200 * 200 * 25 mm fan wobbles badly - so badly, in fact, that if I have the front face connected to the case, the fan actually hits the screen dust filter right in front of it. I wanted to use the one from the top of the case as I have a 240 mm radiator from the CPU cooler installed there in its place, but that is 5 mm to wide, 200 * 200 * 30....