Thermaltake Unveils Level 10 Case At CeBit

"Thermaltake reveals what they consider a revolutionary new case design for their 10th Anniversary."

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Thermaltake Unveils Level 10 Case At CeBit

In order to celebrate their 10th Anniversary this year, Thermaltake have unveiled the Level 10 chassis at CeBit.  Probably one of the oddest cases I've seen in a while, the Level 10 takes compartmentalization to the the extreme, dividing each primary section of a typical case (hard drives bays, optical drive bays, power supply, and main component area) into visibly separate sections, practically giving them all their own enclosure.  All of this is attached to a base right-side stand.

Unfortunately, it seems the display was not to be opened to take a look at how things are internally.  Full details are expected to be revealed later in June at COMPUTEX.

 

While basic component compartmentalization certainly is not a new idea, it's quite interesting to see it taken so far.  What I'm most curious to see is how Thermaltake has handled cooling and cable routing/management.

Will this prove to be a revolutionary design out of Thermaltake?

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28-02-2009, 07:38:53

General_Chris
my pc is acting very weird last days i fired up crysis and i noticed everytime i shoot the sound keeps repeating itself so i would hear the same sound 100 times lol i suspect its the mobo though xD its aging now but maybe its normal lol

28-02-2009, 19:23:02

matthod128
It's a long shot but you could try disabling vista's sound enhancements. Go to control pannel > sound > select the device you're using for playback > click "properties" > select the "enhancements" tab > tick "disable all enhancements" / "disable all sound effects".

Also if under the "advanced" tab there's an "enable audio enhancements" option, untick that as well.

Does the same thing happen in any other games?

01-03-2009, 07:07:28

zak4994
What soundcard mate?

You should check for driver updates.
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