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Hello everyone, this is my first project with thermaltake although I have used thermaltake for many years I'm excited to finally get the opportunity to work on a project with them. This build will be in the Level 20xt and let me just say this case is massive. This build isn't going to have high end hardware as it's just for show so I will be using a ryzen 5 2600x paired with a gtx 980 (all I had on hand). All watercooling is of course provided by thermaltake. I have started a sketch of the basic layout I have in mind, although I'm am not certain yet of the details or loop design I want to do s
Hello, I am wondering if I go for air cooling for the Level 20 XT in the following design, will I get good airflow, sent this question to thermaltake via the website inquiry form but sadly no reply, hence I am hoping someone can clarify this to me: 1. x2 200mm fans at the front for in-take. 2. x8 120mm fans at the top for pushing out. 3. x4 120mm fans at the right for in-take. 4. x4 120mm fans at the left for in-take. 5. x2 140mm fans at the back for pushing out. The pictures on the website or on youtube are not clear, they all state that the two large fans at the
Thermaltake Level 20 Series Level 20 Series Design Story Thermaltake has been evolving continuously over the past two decades in the PC DIY industry. From developing thermal ventilation optimization, gaming-oriented design to architectural aesthetics, we never stop striving to provide the best to the consumers. Thermaltake, while constantly improves on the PC hardware components, also always advocate for the Modding community. We understand the importance of appreciating innovation and maker movement, so we continually support and work with modders to advance the PC DIY