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Thermaltake Level 20 HT Full Tower Chassis URL: Level 20 HT: https://www.thermaltake.com/level-20-ht-chassis.html Level 20 HT Snow Edition: https://www.thermaltake.com/level-20-ht-snow-chassis.html Thermaltake Level 20 HT Full Tower Chassis Distinctive from most cases on the market, the Level 20 HT full tower chassis is specially constructed to continue the legend of the Level 20 series case family. It features four durable 4mm thick tempered glass windows, two preinstalled 140mm standard fans on the top, and is designed with outstanding system ventilation. The chassis is a premium choice that inhabits a vertical mount design and expansion capabilities for massive custom liquid-cooled systems. The Level 20 HT takes our latest case innovations and wraps them in an ultra-modern style that’s utterly unique in the case market today. Stand out from the crowd with the Level 20 HT. Tempered Glass Window With Ultimate Viewing Angles The Level 20 HT comes with four tempered glass panels at the front, top and both sides which make it easy to display the internal components. For the front and top tempered glass panels, users can easily unlock by pressing down the locking mechanism located on the top part of the glass, allowing quick and easy access. The left and right hinged doors are also equipped with a smart lock security system allowing you to easily secure the inner components of your case. Dust Reduction Well-designed quick removal magnetic fan filters on the back and at the base provide excellent dust protection and dirt reduction, ensuring a dust-free environment. #For more features & details, kindly visit our official website Let us know what you think about our brand new model- Level 20 HT
Hello fellow enthusiasts! Quick question (for now), one which I hadn't been able to gather on my own by either google, or this forum (where's the search function? I'm blind.. ) With the dual 5.25 bays front center of the case (pic for ref), would it be possible to implement a dual-bay reservoir if I were to cut out that thin metal spacer between the top and bottom slots? Or, would I not need to cut that out at all (it seems I would?); or are the dimensions of two slots incompatible with a potential dual-bay reservoir at all? Looking to build a beast in the future. This case is for certain the one I'm going with, so just getting all pertinent inquiries out of the way now, so I have all the info I need by the time I'm ready to build - all help is much appreciated! Thanks-