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**Important Please Read**
* For orders outside of the United States, please click here.
* If the two tone option is selected, please specify which parts of the case are to be painted with each color. It is okay to specify the parts for one color with the assumption that the remaining parts are to be the other color.
* The STH10 is only available “flat-packed” (unassembled) unless local pickup (will call) is selected. If will call is selected, and you want the case assembled, please make the request in the order comments.
* Radiator mounts are not included.
All Aluminum Construction
The Flex-Bay System
The Accessory Mounting System
Removable Motherboard Tray and Mini Tech Station
Quick Release Exterior
Drop-in Top Radiator Mounting
Side Radiator Mounting
Mod Friendly Chassis
Anti-Vandal Switches with Black MDPC-X Sleeved Cables
|Overall Exterior Dimensions
||32.25"H x 26.56"D x 11.25"W (819mm x 675mm x 286mm) Both XL-ATX and HPTX form factors are available (exterior case dimensions are the same).|
|Clearance Above/Below The MB Tray||42mm|
|Upper Chamber Dimensions (from the frame, side covers add.5'' (12.7mm) to each side)||26.00"(660mm) x 9.70"(246mm) x 6.41"(163mm)|
|Middle Chamber Dimensions (from the frame, door adds .5'' (12.7mm) to the width)||26.00"(660mm) x 7.60"(193mm) x 17.44"(443mm)|
|Lower Chamber Dimensions (from the frame, side covers add.5'' (12.7mm) to each side
||26.00"(660mm) x 9.70"(246mm) x 7.41"(188mm)|
|Clearance behind The MB Tray||2.65'' (67mm)|
|Form Factor||XL-ATX (mATX, ATX, **E-ATX, SSI-CEB, XL-ATX. MB tray dimension: 13.60” x 10.75”) or HPTX (mATX, ATX, SSI-CEB, XL-ATX, EATX, SSI-EEB, HPTX. MB tray dimension 13.60" x 15.00” - 346mm x 381mm)|
|Maximum radiator size - top chamber||120.4 (480) x 2 (One on each side of the chamber)|
|Maximum radiator size with PSU - top chamber||120.3 (360) x2 (One on each side of the chamber)|
|Maximum radiator size - above top chamber (under 120mm extended top cover)||140.4 (560) x 1|
|Maximum radiator size - lower chamber||140.4 (560) x 2 (One on each side of the chamber)|
|Maximum radiator size with PSU - lower chamber||120.3 (360) x 2 (One on each side of the chamber)|
|Span between installed radiator mounts in either chamber (In a push/pull conficuration, one bank of 25mm thick fans sits on the outside of the radiator mount, and is irrelevant when calculating radiator fitments)||8.5'' (217mm)|
|Cooling Tower Clearance||180mm|
Mid-Plate Fan Mounts (upper and lower)
|120mm x 3 (solid option available)|
|Number of Flex-Bays (5.25'' bays)||17|
|Number of 3.5'' bays
|Native HDD Capacity||2 (22 Using Optional MAC-102 HDD Cages)|
|Native SSD Capacity||4 (48 using Optional MAC-102 HDD Cages and MAC-124 SSD mounts)|
32 lbs (14.5 kg)
Note: Exterior dimensions shown are for the case only. Rubber feet add .75’’ (19mm) to height, optional standard casters add 2.6’’ (67mm) and HD Casters add 3’’ (76mm)
** "E-ATX" motherboards such as the; ASUS RAMPAGE IV EXTREME, ASUS MAXIMUS V FORMULA/THUNDERFX and EVGA Z87 Classified will fit in this case. E-ATX motherboards such as the; Supermicro X7DAE will not fit in this case. Please cross reference the motherboard tray size with the motherboard dimensions from the manufacturer. If the dimensions of the motherboard are within the dimensions of the tray, it will fit.
Standard and Optional Case Features and Accessories:
|Standard Features and Options||Optional upgrades|
|Top Cover||Ventilated or Solid||39 mm Ventilated or 120mm Ventilated|
|Solid or Ventilated||XL Window or XXL Window (clear or gray acrylic)|
|Upper Cooling Chamber Covers||Solid or Ventilated (One of each avalible upon request)||NA|
|Lower Cooling Chamber Covers||Solid or Ventilated (One of each avalible upon request)||NA|
|Form Factor||XL-ATX or HPTX||NA|
|Chassis Mid-Plates||120.3 fan holes or Solid||NA|
|Bottom Chassis Section||Cut-Out With Cover Plate or Solid||NA|
|Switch Assembly||Anti-Vandal Power/Reset switches with black MDPC-X sleeved cables or no switch or cables (subtract $20.00)||NA|
|PCI Back Plate||120mm Hex-Mesh or 120mm with 4 x 40mm Fan Holes (cover plate included for the 4 x 40mm fan holes)||NA|
|| 5 Triple Bay Covers and 2 Single Bay Covers - Solid
||5 Triple Bay Covers and 2 Single Bay Covers - Ventilated|
|Flex-Bay 5.25 mounts|| 4 sets of Standard Mounts (MAC-125)
|MISC Hardware||Motherboard Tray Handle, HDD/SSD hardware kit, MB standoff kit, Cable Ties, Spare Parts kit, Rubber Case Feet and 5/16'' nut driver for drive cages.
|Case Color||Black Matte or Primer Gray (Primer Gray is not a cosmetic Finish)||White, Dark Gray or Two Tone|
|Case Orientation||Standard or Reverse||NA|
The STH10 was designed without a fixed I/O panel for the front. Instead, we created a 3.5'' bay mount directly under the switches. Now you have the freedom to have any type I/O panel you like or none at all! The switch assembly includes two switch plates, a solid version and one with a cut-out for your 3.5'' device.
We offer this 3.5'' device wih USB and HD audio. We can even color match it to your CaseLabs case!
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Posted by F.J on 2nd Feb 2014
I have seen so many pictures and now I have it. The design is so spectacular and the craftsmanship is amazing. The powder coat is robust and adheres. All holes are carefully drilled and countersunk.
Engineering went into this case no cutting corners. I just cannot believe I didn't know about caselabs before :).
Once again 10/10.
Thank you to the caselabs team :)
Posted by Marco on 12th Dec 2013
I ended up going for the CaseLabs STH10 case after going thorugh a few Lian Li cases previously, which were good cases, but not a patch on the STH10. It's great to have a case that maeks concealing a water cooling system so easily, and while it's doesn't have to look all 'blingy' in a '12 year old Ritalin induced Call of Duty' kinda way.
If I ever have to replace my main case the next one will be a CaseLabs case too!
Posted by Pat on 5th Dec 2013
As stated this is a great case. The build quality is truly superb and assembly was relatively easy. This case has more than ample room for pretty much any build you can imagine.
Expensive but more than well worth the money.
Posted by Kristoffer N.K on 22nd Nov 2013
After several pc cases ranging from the Pentium era with the nostalgic "IBM white" to Lian li's to the HAF cases in early 2000. To Obsidian 800D today.
I ask myself, If only this case was available then.....
But finally I have one. The case of my life the STH10.
I dont know where to start, I dont know where to begin.....
This case is not only a case, its a SHRINE for computer/modding enthusiast's.
Posted by Conrad Yeo on 6th Sep 2013
Caselabs is like the dream case for all modders. Been wanting to get it but the huge price tag plus shipping to Singapore held me back for quite a while.
Last month, I finally put down my heart and just paid for the Caselabs STH10. From ordering process to delivery and finally to installation, Kevin and Carla had been very helpful.
I had some issues in the color of my orders as they had been sent wrongly and one of my HDD cage was bent. I sent an email to Kevin whom received and promised that they would replace them which made my day.
Quality of the case is really top notch, from the built of the case to the power coat. Caselabs STH10 can really let modders go wild especially with watercooling setups.
Personally I am running full watercooling setup which has 3 radiators, 2 pumps and this little mammoth consumes them with lots of room to spare.
Caselabs are very thoughtful in small details. To name a few such as swinging removeable side panels, removeable "gliding" motherboard tray, spring installed thumbscrews. Even the way they flat packed the case is packed according to the installation process of the case.
My only complaint is the ugly rubber feet which would be better if they can include aluminum feet instead.
Right now, the case is up and awaiting for the replacement parts to be shipped over.
Thumbs up Caselabs! Will highly recommend to all of my friends !
Posted by Mitchell on 25th Aug 2013
I was amazed to find how carefully and neatly packed everything was.
The quality of the cuts and bends and the paint job are far better than you'd expect for something this price. The paint is difficult to scratch off, too.
Anyone who want's a good quality, incredibly modular and large enough case for almost any build, needs to buy one of these. Forget NZXT, Thermaltake, Lian li, Coolermaster etc, they've got nothing on this beauty.
Posted by Zach on 18th May 2013
I had just received the shock of my life when I have received this case. This case is larger than two of my lian-li cases placed together. Although this product took quite some time to assemble, everything else was removable from the case. Even though this case is quite costly, I consider it an lifetime investment. I haven't purchased some of my components yet, but I have no doubt that my array would fit in this case. Best thing of all, it is not Made in China like my Corsair 800d.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Apr 2013
This thing is huge! I upgraded from a XSPC h1 which looks tiny compared to this thing, it does not twist like my old case and I put 2 560 rads and a 360 rad and there is still plenty of room to put more!
Posted by Sanjeev on 8th Apr 2013
Just had this case shipped to Singapore (in less than a week!). First of all customer service is excellent.Extremely prompt replies and all my questions were answered well prior to purchase.
When my case arrived it was packed very well with absolutely no transport damage at all. Putting the pieces together was a little challenging. Though instructions were provided, I feel it could have been slightly more detailed or even perhaps a youtube video detailing assembly (just a suggestion). That being said, props to Caselabs for thinking of all the little things to make assembly as easy as possible such as individually labelled part with indication to which part is to be in the front vs back.
Once the case was assembled it was a real beauty. Huge but with endless possibilities. Sturdy build with an excellent modular design. Craftmanship is impeccable.
If you plan on never buying a case again this is an excellent investment. The way i see it $1000 for a casing for life. I'll admit its a little steep but altogether worth it.
Highly recommend for enthusiasts out there.
Again excellent work Caselabs on your product as well as your service.
Posted by Bytales on 29th Mar 2013
Here is the kind of money i spent for my caselabs parts so far
1st Order: 846.15 $ parts, 177.25$ Shipping, 99.04 EUR VAT
2nd Order: 222.30$ parts, 63.45$ Shipping, and 40.73 EUR VAT.
Total 1049.62 EUR including shipping and an additional 139.77 EUR on Shipping, for a Grand Total of 1189.39 EUR.
A ton of Money for just a Case, one might be inclined to say. One might also be inclined to say one can find cases at 50 EUR, but Case Labs cases are not just any Computer Case.
SUre, the price is high, the additional shipping cost also adds up, and on top of that come the VAT as i live in Germany, but after all of it, when one gazes at the Case and the possibilities it offers, what i say to myself, the hell with the money !
It makes Thermaltake Cases, (once seen by me in 2006 - when i made my first Desktop with the first money that i earned - with a Antec case) look like an olds man Fart in comparison.
Nothing on the market even comes Close, and since i have a weakness, always wanting what is at the pinacle of man's creation, (here we are at an disadvantage, as we, the public "mortals", have access to a level of technology that is on average 10000 years behind what the goverments have acces to(and here i am not reffering all the goverments, but the secret goverment that rules this world), and even the most advanced Computers and systems that you ever knew existed are, as i said above, an olds man Fart in comparison, - but this is a discussion that has no place on this forum), i had to order me a Case Labs Case, dammned be the money and the time i spend earning them.
As you imagine, Wife was not as excited as myself, i initially lured her away with the on site Price of the STH10, look darling it costs 569.95 and thats Dollar, convert that in Euros and its even less !!!
Buuuuuuul. s.h. it !!!!
Had i told her then that i were to spend in the end 1190 EURO on only the Case, - when one can get to himself a decent laptopt with these money, in fact my friend just got recently a lapt0p and he spend aprox 1200 euros, with core i7 2620qm 10gb ram, and geforce 570m, pretty decent machine, - i would have probably never have received her blessings in the first place.
Well, Harm is done, money is gone, the case is here to stay !
Do yourself a favor, and buy a caselabs case. I am not here to make publicity, i am merely pointing out what i sincerely believe is the best case mortal beeings such as ourselves have acces to !
And i praise it so much because what makes it so valuable in my eyes are its endless possiblities of customization. Because i am one of those people who is not content in buying something that is already ready, meaning, you buy X case, you have to make do with what its makers thought of it, and if you want something more, something more tailored to your needs, then its tough luck.
I want to be able to make my own arrangements inside the case, move stuff and arrange as i see fit, not as someone saw fit just so that it (the one who made the case) could fit said case in a say 100$ budget.
Caselabs Cases are the only cases who offer these possibilities.
I often said to myself, if i were ever to design computer cases, it would very much be like a Caselabs Case. I have nothing to complain.
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