At an MSRP of $299 and a street price (on Newegg and Amazon) of $289, the Level 10 GT Snow Edition firmly puts itself in the price bracket of high end chassis, competing at the same price point as the Lian Li Z70 and the SilverStone TEMJIN TJ10. It is a full featured chassis with exceptional aesthetic and a very unique look. The only reasons that make it harder to justify the price point are the SATA data ports on the hard drive trays lacking the retention clips, and we would have preferred to see an all aluminum design rather than steel and plastic. An aluminum design would have given the chassis a more sophisticated look, replacing the plastic exterior, and been lighter than the SECC steel used for the main body of the chassis. We would consider a more appropriate price point for the current design to be around $200, as it would have a much easier time competing at that price point with its current set of features. The unique exterior design and paint-job definitely set it apart, but not enough to justify the cost.Conclusion
Overall, this is an excellent chassis with a lot of features, a great look, and very few, minor drawbacks. If money is not an issue, this is not only a chassis that stands out, but is also very practical. In conclusion, this is a sturdy chassis with a nice set of features and a stunning look, which was clearly designed with PC enthusiasts in mind, and it hits its mark solidly, albeit with a relatively hefty price tag.
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