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Thermaltake Level 20 VT Review – The “Pocket Rocket” Among the Cases?!

Conclusion of the Thermaltake Level 20 VT Review

One thing is clear with the Thermaltake Level 20 VT: it is a striking case in which you can show off your high-end components very well. The four tempered glass elements give you a good view of the innards from almost any position. But what should also be clear to any interested party before buying is the fact that the Level 20 VT with an internal volume of 50 litres is not exactly small and looks quite massive on the desk. The manufacturer’s designation “Pocket Rocket” is therefore somewhat misleading in our eyes. However, even the largest components and a potent water cooling system fit into this cube housing. Combine this with RGB elements and you get a well processed eye-catcher. But due to the restrictive front you should definitely invest in more fans and keep an eye on the temperatures.

With a price of € 91.39 the Cube also has a lot of competition. These do not offer the same Cube format and no four glass elements, but the competitors are partly however more favorable and support besides ATX boards.

Thermaltake Level 20 VT

Workmanship
Structure
Features
Cooling
Value for Money

A real show case with lots of space and glass, but a limited airflow.

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