Thermaltake Level 20 RS ARGB Reviews

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Thermaltake Level 20 RS ARGB Review

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: If your motherboard lacks an audio shroud, the Thermaltake Level 20 RS ARGB case should prove smooth sailing to build a blingy PC in. But a vexing PCIe-slot mounting snag mars a chassis already awkwardly straddling the market's midrange and high end.
Thermaltake's Level 20 RS ARGB case ($149.99) is yet another entry into the long line of RGB LED chassis that have swarmed the DIY desktop market over the last several years. That's not to say the Level 20 RS ARGB doesn't have its own charm, though—with a pair of preinstalled 200mm ARGB front fans and two glass side panels, this case gives you an excellent view of the light show your system will surely be. However, it can make mounting add-on cards in high-end motherboards a hassle, putting the Level 20 at a disadvantage against slightly less flashy but considerably more affordable PC cases.The Design: Glass Galore Thermaltake designed this ATX mid-tower chassis with two 4mm thick tempered-glass windows, which make up by far the largest parts of the left and right side panels. You won't get quite as good a view through the front or top panels, which are covered by mesh instead of glass, but will still get a fine view through the mesh of the large ARGB-lit fans mounted on the front...
Pros: 
  • Glass panels on both left and right sides
  • Color RGB LEDs
  • Twin 200mm ARGB fans up front
  • Easy-to-use power supply mounting system
  • Toolless storage mounting systems
Cons: 
  • Lack of space over PCIe mounting brackets can make it difficult to install add-on cards
  • Priced too high for a midrange case solution
1 year ago

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