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Level 20 VT

Level 20 VT

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M-ATX micro chassis with four 4mm thick tempered glass panels and one preinstalled 200mm front fan.

*The image is for reference only.
*One 200mm fan is included.

*The image is for reference only.
*One 200mm fan is included.

*The image is for reference only.
*One 200mm fan is included.

*The image is for reference only.
*One 200mm front fan is included.

*The image is for reference only.
*One 200mm fan is included.

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P/N CA-1L2-00S1WN-00
Series Level 20
Model Level 20 VT
Case Type

Micro Case

Dimension (H x W x D) 348 x 330 x 430 mm
(13.7 x 13 x 16.9 inch)
Net Weight 8.66 kg / 19.09 lb
Side Panel 4mm Tempered Glass x 4(Left & Right & Front & Top)
Color Exterior & Interior : Black
Material SPCC
Cooling System Front (intake) :
200 x 200 x 30 mm fan (800rpm, 13dBA)
Drive Bays

3.5’’ or 2.5” x 3 , 2.5’’ x 3
Expansion Slots 5
Motherboards 6.7” x 6.7” (Mini ITX) , 9.6” x 9.6” (Micro ATX)
I/O Port USB 3.0 x 2,USB 2.0 x 2, HD Audio x 1
PSU Standard PS2 PSU (optional)
Fan Support Front:
2 x 120mm, 2 x 140mm, 1 x 200mm
4 x 120mm, 2 x 140mm
1 x 120mm, 1 x 140mm
2 x 120mm
Radiator Support Front:
1 x 240mm, 1 x 140mm, 1 x 180mm(200mm series)
2 x 240mm, 1 x 280mm, 1 x 180mm(200mm series)
1 x 120mm
Clearance CPU cooler height limitation: 185mm
VGA length limitation: 350mm
PSU length limitation: 200mm (With Bottom Fan)


The stock configuration of the the Level 20 VT runs warm relative to the other cases we’ve tested. It’s a fairly large case to only include one fan, even if it is 200mm, and it could use an additional one. On the other hand, there’s decent radiator support, and liquid cooling could be used to lower temperatures with brute force for gaming.

Beyond gaming, the VT has great potential as a living room PC for storing media on a few hard drives. It looks good and the glass does a decent job of noise damping, while the 200mm fan is quiet and keeps things cool enough for undemanding activities. Build quality is high and modularity is a huge plus that’s unique to Thermaltake. If you can live with the sub-par thermals, it’s OK overall -- we’d just like to see the glass spaced farther from the rest of the chassis.


The latest chassis from Thermaltake certainly gets a lot of things right. It falls into the same traps of other horizontal-form-factor mATX chassis I’ve seen in the past though. The cable routing, for example, isn’t perfect. There are no cable routing holes around the motherboard, and you simply pass cables around other parts of the chassis to reach. A few cable ties and a bit of effort can get good results though. Furthermore, a PSU with nice looking cables would go a very long way here, aesthetically speaking.


What is there to say really? This case was well-thought out and has a lot to offer. The amount of room inside is absolutely amazing and thanks to it dual chamber design, you will be able to hide most of the cables and others bits you may not want to have on view. This will leave you with a very clean looking build showcasing all your hardware. Those looking to go the water cooling route will be happy to know that you can fit a nice pair of 240mm/280mm radiators on the top. This should provide sufficient cooling for most components that will be installed but should it not, you can install another radiator onto the front and/or back for the extra cooling performance. Or, maybe you’d just prefer to go all out with fans? Well then, you can fit a total of 7x fans in this beast for maximum airflow and RGB! Cooling aside, there is also room for up to 3x 3.5″ HDD and 3x 2.5″ SSD or a total of 6x 2.5″ SSDs which should see most peoples storage needs to be met. Also, the location of the drive bays/caddies with help of the dual chamber design means that not only can you show off just the components you want but the airflow inside the case should be rather good.


User Manual

  • File Name
  • Description
  • Size
  • Version
  • Release Date
  • Manual
  • Multi-language
  • 46.5 MB
  • 2018-07-03