When selecting a two tone color scheme;
In the order comments please specify which parts of the case are to be which color.
Doors: black Flex-Bay covers: white PCI covers: black
Chassis: white Front cover: black Switch plate: white
Motherboard tray: white Top cover: black
Aluminum Construction: The case is made using heavy gauge all aluminum construction. Unlike some imports using thin aluminum (.040” - 1mm), our cases are made from .090” (2.3mm) for the frame and .063” (1.6mm) for the doors and covers for a case that can stand up to the rigors of large scale water cooling and frequent system tear-downs. Aluminum is much lighter than steel, dissipates heat better, and is easier to mod.
Quick Access: The doors and covers can be removed in seconds to facilitate access and minimize the chance of damaging exterior panels during a build. The doors are on hinges that allow them to easily swing out of the way for quick adjustments. The front and top covers snap on and off – no screws to slow you down or get lost. The “cover over frame” design allows the frame to be modified as needed without affecting the appearance of the completed build.
Slide-Out Motherboard Tray: The entire motherboard tray easily slides out and can be converted into a free standing tech station (with the included parts). Your build can be completely assembled and tested on a table top. No more working inside a cramped case trying to get everything in place. The tray is held in place with four self-retaining thumb screws – nothing to get lost. How many times has a screw rolled off the edge of your desk, never to be seen again?
Flex-Bay System: Almost every case on the market today has a fixed structure at the front of the case - maybe four or five 5.25" bays on top, a 3.5" bay below that and HDD cages below that. What if that layout doesn't work for you? We've all seen people who have had to mod their cases (sometimes irreversibly) to fit things like radiators. With our Flex-Bay System, you can design that superstructure to be anything you need, and put things wherever you want and change it as often as you like, within minutes. In that respect, you become the case designer. We have a wide array of Flex-Bay adapters and mounts, so you have complete freedom to design it just the way you need it. click here for pictures and more information on The Flex-Bay System
Accessory Mounting System: If you ever wished that you could put a fan in a particular spot or needed a surface to mount something to, our Accessory Mounting System will make your life much easier. By using the holes around the perimeter of the case, or by using vertical or horizontal accessory mounts, you can place fans, reservoirs, pumps, and more, exactly where you want them (maybe just a flat plate to cover up messy cables). We have a wide variety of plates and fan mounts for almost every need. click here for more pictures and information on The Accessory Mounting System
Integrated Radiator/Fan Mounting: Designed for extreme water cooling applications with multiple radiators in multiple locations. Feel free to mount 120.1-4 radiators almost anywhere; top and bottom of both the PSU side and the motherboard side, in the Flex-Bays and under extended top covers. Please note: It is not always possible to use all mounting locations at once depending on how the case is configured with hardware. Please view the radiator clearance specifications below.
Note: Sizes shown are for the case only. Rubber feet add .75" (19mm) to height, optional casters add 2.63" (67mm).
Features and standard equipment:
Please note the the 120mm holes on the PSU side are for HDD mounts and are not spaced for a radiator. USB 3.0 option requires 3.0 headers on te motherboard.
Posted by NuclearCrap - Overclock.net on 19th May 2012
Before the T10, I've done watercooling in a CM Stacker (the original), Cosmos S, and HAF X. Looking back, the Stacker seemed a little idiotic, and the Cosmos S and HAF X were okay for a loop with only a 360mm radiator. All of them were categorized as full tower, but I just kept upgrading and always ended up running out of space. The job to cramp so much stuff into these so called full towers is so inconvenient that the build usually takes up 2 full days and maintenance... well forget about it. That is, until CaseLabs suddenly appeared.
Because I packed my HAF X with Black Ice GTX radiators, it was so cramped that when I was swapping my CPU, my hand got caught and the CPU dropped onto the socket, destroying the pins. That was an expensive RMA, so I raged and started looking for a bigger case. That was about the time when CaseLabs was a new vendor at Overclock.net, and the biggest case they offered was the T10. The TX10 was still in design stage at the time, and seriously, the T10 is big enough for my use. So I went ahead and ordered.
A few revisions of my loop later, I'm very happy that, for once, custom watercooling is finally easy to maintain. I installed 2x GTX 360 radiators, 2 pumps, a 250mm tube reservoir, and I have no-spill quick disconnects set up to be able to disconnect the CPU and GPU blocks from the rest of the loop so I can slide out the entire motherboard tray with the blocks and cards on it for easy maintenance. At no point did I feel that it was starting to get cramped at all. Throughout the build, I kept pondering how much more I can throw into it. If there is a downside to this case, it's that it will cause a leak. A leak in your wallet, once you figure out what more you can put in it. I will certainly treasure this case for years, and even if I were to get bored of it (very unlikely) and look for a new case, I would most definitely come back to CaseLabs.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Nov 2011
The different options and space available makes this easily the best case that I have ever built a computer in. The only issue that I have ran into is having cables long enough to reach everything, however this is easily something that I can deal with.