Prior to receiving Thermaltake’s Level 10 GT full-tower chassis for review, we knew we had an interesting product on our hands – but we weren’t aware of just how blown-away we’d be in the end. It’s one of the best-looking chassis on the market, is super-easy to build with and has top-notch cooling ability. It’s rare for us to not drum up at least one major complaint about a chassis, but the Level 10 GT is a rare exception.
We were so impressed, in fact, that we teamed up with our friends at Thermaltake to offer up one of these beauties to you guys, and as always, entering for a chance to win is easy.
The original Level 10 chassis was designed in conjunction with BMW Group DesignworksUSA, and though the chassis doesn’t look like a Bimmer, it contains the aesthetic cues that you’d expect from a top-rate design team. It’s elegant, sleek, and best of all, eye-catching.
If you had the opportunity to work with any car manufacturer to design a computer component or peripheral, which one would you choose, and what would the resulting product be? A sleek, deep red Ferrari gaming mouse? A boxy and abrupt K-car chassis? A Porsche graphics card cooler?
You can enter by posting in our contest thread. You are not required to sign-up to post, but if you go that route, you must include your Twitter handle so that you can be contacted in the event that you win. As always, our regular community members will receive two votes for their entry as a way for us to say thanks for their participation.
This contest consists of one prize; a Thermaltake Level 10 GT computer chassis. The value of the prize before shipping costs is $279.99 USD.
Techgage Networks Inc. Commitments
ABSOLUTELY NO data gathered through our contest will be sold or given away to companies, persons or any other entity outside of Techgage management.
Entering is possible via our related contest thread. If no user account is created, a Twitter handle must be provided.
Established community members (accounts created prior to this contest’s posting, have contributed to more than just our contest threads) will receive two entries instead of just one.
We reserve the right to refuse entry of anyone who’s disruptive on our forums, or is detrimental to our site or contest in any way.
There is no substitute for the prize being offered.
We reserve the right to adjust contest rules due to various circumstances.
The cost of shipping will be handled by Thermaltake Inc.
At the conclusion of the contest, a winner will be chosen out of a virtual hat.
This contest is open to participants in North America, Europe and Australia. Due to Canadian contest regulation, a skill-testing question must be answered if the winner resides there: (8 * 10) – 8. You are responsible to adhere to possible contest rules laid out by your government.
If the shipping costs outweigh the retail value of the product, we will have to choose another winner.
This contest is not open to employees of Techgage Networks Inc.
You must be at least 16 years of age to enter our contest. For entrants younger than this, please consult a parent or legal guardian.
One survey submission is allowed per household. Any attempt to enter more than once under different aliases will result in automatic disqualification.
The winner of the contest will be responsible for possible “duty fees” that result from receiving the prize. While unlikely, Canadians may be subject to a duty fee as the product will be shipped from the United States. Those inside the USA will even less likely be subject to any fee.
The winner of the contest will need to provide a full name, mailing address and phone number for shipping purposes.
Contest Entry & Winner
The contest runs until Monday, July 18, 11:59PM EST (8:59PM PST).
For reiteration of rules or any questions, please e-mail Rob at rob [dot] williams at (our domain).
If for whatever reason this page needs to be edited during the contest, addendum’s will be posted below with the time stamp of when and what was edited.
July 5th, 2011: Updated contest eligability to other countries.