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  • Ventilated MB Side Door
  • Ventilated PSU Side Door
  • MB Side Interior
  • PSU Side Interior
  • Top View with Ventilated Cover
  • Top View Showing Integrated 360 Radiator Mounts
  • Bottom View Showing Integrated 360 Radiator Mounts
  • Rear View
  • HDD Cage Options: MAC-102 Flex-Bay Mount (left) and MAC-101 Standard Mount (right)
  • PCI Backplate  -   Hex-Mesh (left)   Fan Hole (right)
  • Color Options (PLEASE NOTE the Gunmetal is a limited release color.)
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Product Description

Have a question? Just email us at cs@caselabs.net

**Important Please Read**

* For orders outside of the United States, please click here.

* If the two tone option is selected, please specify the color scheme in the order comments section at the end of the ordering process. The case can be powder coated in almost any color scheme, but each part can only be powder coated one color.

* The fan holes on the front of the PSU side are not spaced for a radiator. They are spaced farther apart to accommodate the HDD cages. 

Case Features:

All Aluminum Construction
The Flex-Bay System
The Accessory Mounting System
Integrated Horizontal Radiator Mounting
Dual Chamber Construction
Quick Release Exterior
Anti-Vandal Switches with Black MDPC-X Sleeved Cables
Removable Motherboard Tray and Mini Tech Station


Form Factor  mATX, ATX, **E-ATX, SSI-CEB, XL-ATX   MB tray dimensions: 13.60" x 10.75” (346mm x 273mm)
Expansion Slots  10
Number of Flex-Bays (5.25'' bays)  13
Native HDD Capacity 4 (32 maximum with added HDD cages)
Native SSD Capacity  0 (64 maximum with added HDD cages and SSD mounts) 
PSU Locations  2
Total Number of Native 120mm Fan Mounts  17
Total Number of Native 140mm Fan Mounts  0
Weight  24lb (10.9kg)
Maximum Radiator Size  120.3 (360)
Clearance Above the Motherboard Tray  6.8’’ (173mm)
Clearance Below the Motherboard Tray  3.5’’ (90mm)
Cooling Tower Clearance  7’’ (180mm)
Internal Dimensions of the Motherboard Side Chamber  Depth: 19.4’’ (494mm) / Height: 24.4’’ (621mm) / Width: 7.6’’ (194mm)  
Internal Dimensions of the PSU Side Chamber Depth: 19.4’’ (494mm) / Height: 24.4’’ (621mm) / Width: 5.6’’ (143mm)  
Overall Exterior Dimensions  Depth: 20’’ (510mm) / Height: 25’’ (637mm) / Width: 15’’ (381mm)

 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

Case Color Black or Primer Gray           White, Dark Gray or Two Tone 
ATX Layout  Standard                        Reverse 
Motherboard Side Door  Solid or Ventilated           XL Window (clear or gray acrylic)
PSU Side Door  Solid or Ventilated           XL Window (clear or gray acrylic)
Top Cover Standard Ventilated or Standard Solid 31mm Extended Ventilated, 85mm Extended Ventilated or 120mm Extended Ventilated 
Switch Assembly Anti-Vandal Power/Reset switches with black MDPC-X sleeved cables or no switch or cables (subtract $20.00) NA
I/O Panel         None           

USB 3.0 and HD Audio or USB 2.0 HD audio/Firewire

PCI Back Plate Style 120mm hex-mesh or 120mm fan hole and 4 x 40mm fan holes (single cover plate included for 40mm fan holes) NA
HDD Cage Type   Standard style (MAC-101) or Flex-Bay (5.25’’ bay) style (MAC-102)              NA
Flex-Bay (5.25’’ bay) Configurations 

2 single bay, 1 double bay and 3 triple bay covers (solid) 

Note; Choosing the Flex-Bay HDD cage as the default drive cage will eliminate 1 triple bay cover

2 single bay, 1 double bay and 3 triple bay covers (ventilated)

 Note; Choosing the Flex-Bay HDD cage as the default drive cage will eliminate 1 triple bay cover

MISC Hardware  motherboard tray handle, rubber case feet, motherboard standoffs, HDD mounting hardware, exterior grommets and cable tie wraps, spare parts kit, mini tech station feet and 4 sets of Standard 5.25’’ Flex-Bay brackets (MAC-125), NA



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  1. Perfect size for watercooling

    Posted by eadyndre exception on 28th Jan 2014

    After using other full tower cases for years and cramming my watercooling setup inside them (CM Stacker, Haf 932 f.ex.) I decided to order the T10. It easily holds all my harware and watercooling setup and I was able to add couple of more radiatiors.

    Awesome build quality, easily the best case I've ever owned! Highly recommended!

  2. My last case for years!

    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.

  3. Best Case I've ever used

    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.

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