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Tt Leo

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  1. A friend of mine recommended the 10 GT for my next build, and when I saw it on Amazon on sale for $150, I jumped on it.

     

    Specs:

     

    Case: Thermaltake Level 10 GT

    PSU: Corsair Pro Series AX860i

    CPU: Intel I7 5930K

    MoBo: MSI Gaming 7 X99S

    CPU Fan: Noctua NH-D15

    GPU: MSI GTX 980

    System Disk: Kingston 240GB SSD

    Storage Array: Seagate Constellation ES 4TB (Qty 4) in a RAID 10

    Memory: 32 GB (4*8 GB) G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 PC4-19200

     

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    (This is pre-fan installation, since the Noctua is a giant hunk of aluminum that blocks the view of everything else)

     

    So far, I'm loving it.  The case is super quiet, and the amount of room in the case made installation super easy.

     

    That said, I have encountered one issue: my power button doesn't work.  It seems to be a mechanical issue, as the button can be depressed but doesn't spring back.  Has anyone else had an issue with the power button on the 10 GT?  Is there any good way to get into the case and see if it can be fixed?

     

    Please contact our USA customer support, there will be people helping you directly.

    By Email:           support@thermaltakeusa.com

     

    By Phone:          Toll-Free 800-988-1088

     

     M-F 9:00AM – 5:30PM (P.S.T)

  2. Thank you for your love and support for Core X9.

     

    We do have plan to offer the accessory parts for the entire Core X series, which you should be able to get it soon.

     

    Please contact our USA customer support for your requirement, they maybe able to help you at the meantime, before it is available for purchase. 

    By Email:           support@thermaltakeusa.com

     

    By Phone:          Toll-Free 800-988-1088

     

     M-F 9:00AM – 5:30PM (P.S.T)

     

    By the way, thanks for your suggestion on the silence panel, we will take that into consideration.

  3. Sorry to hear about this, 

     

    Please contact our USA customer support, there will be people help you directly.

    By Email:           support@thermaltakeusa.com

     

    By Phone:          Toll-Free 800-988-1088

     

     M-F 9:00AM – 5:30PM (P.S.T)

     

    Let me know if you have any other question or concern that I can help you with.

  4. CA-1D5-00S1WN-00_5c96b53abeff4e1f9f6a5e4

    From the inside of the front panel to the edge of the motherboard tray you have around 115mm of space to work with.

    which means you are able to fit double side fan on a 64mm thick radiator.
    for the height, the case itself has 336mm, if you would take out the stands, the structure, panel thickness and etc., it gives you around 310mm for a single unit
    and when you stack two of them together it comes to 620mm in total height for you to work with.
  5. Okay so there are 3 HD cages; how do I go about removing one of them (particularly the bottom so I can install my 2 fans). Is there some screw that if I look on the side panel where the Power Fan Connectors are at I will see it?

    Thanks.

     

    And HA; oops I installed one 140mm fan on the bottom but way way bottom hehe

    there are thumb screws securing the cages, simply remove the panels, you should be able to locate the thumb screws

    for details please take a look at the user manual.

  6. I'm confused.

     

    From website: Dimension (H x W x D) 502 x 380 x 640 mm

     

    Yet I only managed to get these numbers:

    Internal height 402mm (256mm+146mm)

    Internal width 289mm (149mmx2)

    Internal lenght 540mm

     

    I refuse to belive the case is eating 100mm each way.

    Also another fun fact from website: VGA length limitation 590mm (without ODD cage)

     

    So I'm ether reading the picture wrong or there are something wrong with ether the website or the chart.

    The dimension shown on the website is the external dimension which measures from the very tip of one end to another end which includes the panels, footstands, screws, covers, brackets, thickness of the panels and etc. All the part mentioned takes up space, so when it comes to the internal dimension, you will need to exclude all those mentioned to get a workable measurement. 

     

    The purpose of the graph is to provided the space that are save and workable, obviously there are still space in between, for example the depth of the whole case is 640mm, and workable space on the chart is 540mm which leave around 100mm space, and  if you would take 50mm out for the front panel, you will left with 50mm inside. This 50mm space is available, but due to structure design it may not be so friendly to work with, plus  when it comes to install hardware you dont want to work to it full available space. 

     

    Hope I have clear your confusion.

  7. Hey guys,

     

    I am fixing you guys a internal measurement graph on the x series,

    please refer to the Core X series discussion thread, hope it will help on clarify your concern and builds.

     

    Core X9 is currently ready...still working on the X2 & X1, it should be available soon.

  8. Come take a look at our new enthusiast level product line the "Core X series" and join the discussion with us!002.jpg

    Core X Series is a cube style case offering endless stackable options and expandability for enthusiasts to create massive liquid cooling systems, file server or dual systems. The X series delivers outstanding cooling performance with compatibility for extensive DIY/AIO LCS and overclocking components, further enhancing the reputation that the air-cooling units of this series has become renowned for.

     

    Core X9 - The first E-ATX enthusiast level cube case 

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    Product Website:

    http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Mini_Case_Cube_Case_/Core/C_00002562/Core_X9/design.htm

    Review:

    TweakTown Editor's Choice Award and scored 99% overall TweakTown Rating

    http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/6912/thermaltake-core-x9-atx-cube-chassis-review/index.html

    Hardwareluxx Excellent Hardware Award

    http://www.hardwareluxx.com/index.php/reviews/hardware/cases/34017-reviewed-thermaltake-core-x9-e-atx-case.html

    Overclockers Club Editor's Choice Award

    http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/thermaltake_core_x9/

    Others:

    Core X9 Modular Part Application

    http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/files/file/7-core-x9-parts-application/

     

    Core X9 Snow

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    Product Website:

    http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Cube_Case_/Core/C_00002661/Core_X9_Snow_Edition/design.htm

     

    Core X2 - The first mATX enthusiast level cube case 

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    Product Website:

    http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Cube_Case_/Core/C_00002563/Core_X2/design.htm

    Review:

    Pure Overclock Editor's Choice Award

    http://www.pureoverclock.com/Review-detail/thermaltake-core-x2-chassis-review/

    Hard OCP Gold Award

    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2015/02/05/thermaltake_core_x2_matx_cube_chassis_case_review#.VNltceaUcpy

     

    Core X1

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    Product Website:

    http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Cube_Case_/Core/C_00002576/Core_X1/design.htm

    Review:

    ThinkComputers gives the Thermaltake Core X1 Case a 9 out of 10 score

    http://www.thinkcomputers.org/thermaltake-core-x1-mini-itx-case-review/

    TechwareLabs Editor's Choice Award

    http://www.techwarelabs.com/thermaltake-core-x1-itx-case-review/

    Bit-Tech Approved Award

    http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2015/02/05/thermaltake-core-x1-review/1

     

    Video:

     

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    Tt LCS Certified is a Thermaltake exclusive certification applied to only products that pass the design and hardcore enthusiasts standards that a true LCS chassis should be held to. The Tt LCS certification was created so that we at Thermaltake can designate to all power users which chassis have been tested to be best compatible with extreme liquid cooling configurations to ensure you get the best performance from the best features and fitment.

    Check out Tt-LCS video here: 

     

     

    Join the discussion with the rest of us who are interested in this new design and feel free to leave your comment, thought, question or concern to let us know what you think so we can improve upon our design to best fit your need in the future.

     

    Workable Dimension for Planning Your Build:

    Core X9

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    Core X2

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    Core X1

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  9. Hi Aroato,
     
    The differences between the two are as follow:

    • MS-II has full tool-free mechanism for  5.25" & 3.5", but GS-II only has half
    • MS-II has top panel dust filter which GS-II doesn't
    • MS-II is using thumb screws on PCI-E slots, GS-II is using normal screws
    • MS-II comes with 3pin to 4pin adapter & nut setter which GS-II does not

    hope this helps

  10. Thermaltake Core V21 Micro Cube Chassis

    As the latest addition to the Core V Series, the new Thermaltake Core V21 is a quadrate micro M-ATX-based chassis that offers an endless stackable and flexible thermal solution. It allows externally-modular upgrades for enthusiasts to create dual systems. Designed for use in either a vertical or horizontal orientation on the motherboard, users can customize the chassis for the best viewing presentation. A 200mm fan on the front panel ensures that the Core V21 delivers outstanding cooling performance with compatibility for extensive DIY/AIO LCS, further enhancing the reputation that the air cooling units of the series has become renowned for. Guaranteed to be an immensely powerful system, the Core V21 also has the ability to accommodate various overclocking components to boost performance even further where it counts!

     

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    Product Web Page:


  11. I just received and unpacked mine.  I love the size and the interchangeable panels.  Now, the only thing that would make it better is if I could easily buy replacement panels - in particular I'd REALLY like an option to buy separate plain blank panels.  No vent holes, no window, just formed metal.  That would make it easy for cutting in my own mods and whatnot.  Being able to buy an additional windowed panel, or vented panel would also be nice, but the blank would be my favorite option.  

    The window panel will soon be available

  12. alright, you have clear my concern,

    there is no magical trick on connecting the molex head from the controller to the PSU

    all you have to do is simply join the two molex together.

    and the molex with two pin you mentioned is purposely made,

    so, it sounds like you may have a defect controller or a controller was improperly attached for smoke to appear.

     

    For safety concern, please don't use it and contact our customer service team immediately to get a replacement, thanks.

  13. This will be a section where you may find some news, updates, or first hand information. :ph34r:

     

    Something like this:

     

    Container one shipping to LA

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    Ready to pack

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    Loaded

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    Ready to go!

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    Container two going to Germany

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    Ready to pack

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    Packed

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    Door closing head to the harbor 

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    If you happen to see these two containers on the road, please don't jack it!  ;)

  14. hey,

     

    can someone please find out specs. on the 200mm fans included in the case.

    im getting conflicting info. from various web sites.

     

    thermaltake v71 case fan - blue led 600-800 rpm 13-15dBA [ fan model - tt 2030 ; code - a2030l12s] no manufacturing date.

    level 10 gt case - multi colour led (colour shift) - same specs

    chaser mk-1 case - same as above

     

    and 200mm thermaltake PURE 20cm fan - model no. and code are the same but specs look different. [800 rpm - 15dBA VS. 800 rpm - 28dBA]

    { http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002235 }

     

    Ok few questions -

    1.are the fans capable of changing colour?

    2.same specs as the PURE 20cm?

    3.why can't i read rpm signal when connected to mb?

    4.what is the voltage output from the fan controller when on high?

     

    sorry bout all the questions, but i just need to get my facts straight before i sort out my airflow config.

     

    thanks

    Answer:

    1. Fan colors are changeable only if they have the function with the controller. 

    2. Besides the size of the fan, all the fan you mentioned has different specs.

    3. Signal wire/cable (yellow) is designed for LED color control instead of rpm control, therefore the MB will not be able to read it. It will only work with specific controller.

    4. The voltage output from the fan controller when on high is 12V

     

    Basically the fans are made for specific models, the Pure 20 is for general uses that works with MB or general fan hub or fan controller

    If your intention is to install another 200mm fan into V71 and work with V71 controller, none of the fan you mention beside V71's fan will work with V71's controller

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