THER­MAL­TAKE

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Ther­mal­take is cel­e­brat­ing its 20th an­niver­sary and have pro­duced an en­tire line of pre­mium cases to mark the oc­ca­sion. The Level 20 se­ries fea­tures four mod­els. They all make use of qual­ity tem­pered glass and are per­fect if you want to show off the in­nards of your PC. The Level 20 VT is the small­est of the bunch, be­ing de­signed for Mi­cro-ATX sys­tems. Next up is a per­sonal favourite, the Level 20 XT which can house a full ATX moth­er­board laid out hor­i­zon­tally. The Level 20 GT RGB is the most ‘nor­mal’ look­ing of the se­ries and has a tra­di­tional ATX lay­out. It makes use of lovely look­ing 200mm Ri­ing fans. The top of the line is the Level 20 (no suf­fix). This beast fea­tures sep­a­rate cham­bers for dif­fer­ent com­po­nents and clearly draws in­spi­ra­tion the Level 10 case from about a decade ago.

SAY HELLO TT

Ther­mal­take’s sub brand, TTe­s­ports had a bunch of new mice and key­boards on show. One we took par­tic­u­lar in­ter­est in

was the new TT Pre­mium X1 RGB Cherry MX gam­ing key­board. These pre­mium branded prod­ucts rep­re­sent TT’s con­certed ef­fort to move right into the top tier of the mar­ket, not an easy thing to do. The X1 Key­board fea­tures Cherry MX

Speed Sil­ver switches, though there will also be a blue switch vari­ant avail­able. It feels great to the touch with bul­let proof build qual­ity read­ily ap­par­ent. We’re in­ter­ested to see how this one goes against stiff com­pe­ti­tion.

LEFT: Ther­mal­take re­leased new ‘Level 20’ cases cel­e­brat­ing its 20th an­niver­sary

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