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  • Ventilated MB Door
  • XXL window
  • Ventilated PSU Door
  • MB side
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  • XL-ATX Motherboard Tray
  • PSU side
  • PSU side with Standard HDD cage (MAC-101)
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  • Top Cover
  • Top View showing Integrated 480 Radiator Mounts
  • Bottom View showing Integrated 480 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, EATX, XL-ATX, SSI-CEB, SSI-EEB, and HPTX. MB tray dimensions: 13.60" x 15.00” (346mm x 381mm)
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  21
Total Number of Native 140mm Fan Mounts  0
Weight  31lb (14kg)
Maximum Radiator Size  120.4 (480)
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: 25.4’’ (646mm) / Height: 24.4’’ (621mm) / Width: 7.6’’ (194mm)  
Internal Dimensions of the PSU Side Chamber  Depth: 25.4’’ (646mm) / Height: 24.4’’ (621mm) / Width: 5.6’’ (143mm)  
 Overall Exterior Dimensions Depth: 26’’ (662mm) / 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)


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 
Form Factor XL-ATX or HPTX NA
Motherboard Side Door  Solid or Ventilated           XL Window or XXL Window (clear or gray acrylic)
PSU Side Door  Solid or Ventilated           XL Window or XXL 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. TH10 Case

    Posted by Kevan Cleaver on 20th Apr 2014

    The TH10 case plus extras, from CaseLabs arrived very promptly and ahead of the expected due date. The packaging was superb.
    The Company and the Case was recommended by a friend who informed me that I would not be disappointed. I was not!
    Caselabs have excelled in quality and build, and I would recommend them and their cases over and above any I have researched or used in the past.
    The cost totally justifies the end result. No complaints here.

  2. Everything expected and more

    Posted by Anthony Anderson on 2nd Apr 2014

    Everything from start to finish was well worth the time and money. Compared to other cases, this is unique in quality and craftsmanship. This was so much easier and so much space compared to anything I've worked with in the past. The Caselabs team was very responsive and helpful. Never a regret for the purchase. I can't sum up everything in a single review, you can find build logs from many people and you'll see what you can achieve with this case.

    Thanks again to the Caselabs team.

  3. TH10 is an outstanding case

    Posted by oc_geek on 17th Mar 2014

    I Just opened up the pristine package i received from CL; it is the TH10. The packaging alone is so accurate that can't describe in words...perfect. Every piece (and options) is wrapped up, protected.
    The case is AMAZING, so much room i can almost go in there...LOL
    Painting ot the thick alu walls is supreme....i just opened it up but i'm already blown away by it. Buy with confidence ! This folks do know their job very well. Thanks!

  4. Superb Quality

    Posted by jeremy on 14th Mar 2014

    Excellent qualityand craftsmanship. Excellent packaging.

    I do wish a printed manual was included.

    Also pay attention to the various options, and do your research. I wound up not ordering the drive bay I need due to being overwhelmed with options and not having clear and concise information prior to ordering. Though this is more a reflection of the website itself and not the case.

    Also, schematics are not yet available for this case, but hopefully they will be released in the near future.

    Lastly, it isn't a big deal but it is worth noting that though I ordered the SSD mounting kit, HD casters and a PSU mount at the same time I ordered the case, they were shipped seperately. The accessories were actually forgotten by the shippers. However they did the best job they could to ensure an expedient resolution to the problem, shipping it the same day I notified them of the issue. This could be a result of a lot of orders shipping of the newly released case. Again, not a huge deal, but worth noting.

    The price is a little high, but in the end it is probably justified. The aluminum is thicker than any other commercially available case on the market. The windows are covered in peel stick paper upon shipping and as opposed to other cases where the windows are pop riveted in, these are BOLTED in. Very nice touch.

    The motherboard tray is removable and has spring loaded screws that won't fall out and are easy to use upon insertion.

    Lastly, though the snap in pins make total sense for the top and front removeable facade panels, they don't make as much sense for the doors. I'd like to see a magnetic catch upgrade in the future, which would make the already cumbersome doors easier to open.

    All in all this is a superb product. Definately fully modular and customizable, and far more rigid than any available case on the market.


  5. A True Case For ASRock Extreme 11/ac (22 sata III Ports) onboard

    Posted by jazz janes on 17th Feb 2014

    had this case for 3 weeks now just got the my new motherboard ( ASRock Extreme 11/ac ). I now have 14 hard drives in it so far and still a lot of space for hard drives & the all new water cooling system that i'm working on right now

  6. Best case and company of all time

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Jan 2014

    I will make a long story short, this is the best case I've ever bought, the built quality is unbelievable.

    About Case Labs, the support is very friendly shipping was fast, when the package arrived today and when I unpacked it I sat looking at the way it packed for few mins saying wow, didn't want to touch it or ruin it was like a piece of art, they paid attention to small details and made sure it going to arrive without even a small scratch.

    Definitely going to recommend Case Labs to everyone I know and never go to anyone else If I want a PC case or extras for my case.

  7. One stop shop, you'll be glad you did.

    Posted by Screechy on 16th Oct 2013

    This TH10 is an outstanding case. It has loads of options, you have heard there are many ways to skin a cat right? Well with this case there are many ways to build your self a PC. The finish has a surprisingly durable coating. It is a very easy case to build into. Damn near everything about the case is replaceable, So if you cut or drill into something and change your mind later, no worries, you can replace it. Also the weight of the case is not bad, I can handle it, flip it, and move it relatively easy. I have owned cases half it size that I really have a hard time moving by myself. That being said the case is also quite strong, and sturdy, even with all the panels and motherboard tray removed. I really like the removable motherboard tray. It slides extremely well. This case has really been a pleasure to work with. My only regret is, I didn't buy this case first, it would have saved me so much time and money for that matter.

  8. A superb case with some minor flaws

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Sep 2013

    The Magnum TH10 is one of the best cases I've ever worked with. There are some areas that could use a bit of improvement however. It would be nice if at least one motherboard standoff was included to help center the motherboard on the tray. Alternatively, labelling each of the standoff holes for the appropriate motherboard layout would help immensely.

    The side panels are fairly difficult to open when latched. This might change as I open and close them more often, but for now it's a minor annoyance at best.

    These minor complaints however, do not detract in any way from what is a stellar case. The hinged side panels make it extremely easy to perform quick tasks inside the case. The removable motherboard tray (complete with a handle) makes it very, very easy to install components. Most removable trays do not include the expansion slots or I/O panel, however this one does.

    The sheer volume of the case makes working inside it very very easy. I would say the biggest detractor for this case is the price. If you can afford it, this is easily the best case for the money.

    [Note from CaseLabs: The tension on the clips can be easily adjusted. Please contact our customer support at CS@CaseLabs.net for instructions]

  9. Be the envy of you geek friends!

    Posted by Tom on 1st Aug 2013

    This case is awesome. It's very well made and Caselabs really thought of everything when they created this beast. If water cooling is your thing this is THE case you have been looking for. I only hope you haven't already wasted your money on another case as I did. Do yourself a favor and check out the Singularity Computer's review of the Magnum TH10 case on youtube; you will not be disappointed!

  10. The best you can get!

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Jun 2013

    Top quality construction throughout. Case Labs' cases are tougher, easier to mod (love the Flexbay system), have more room, wheels, and the most water cool friendly cases on the market.

    Made in America! Having bought over 10 aftermarket cases over the years, I have finally found one that beats everything else out there!

    You just found yourself a lifetime customer. Why buy anything else when ultimate cases like these exist.

    I had a Silverstone TJ-11, a $725+ dollar case and I would take the Case Labs TH10 all day long over it. Case Labs construction is much better being easier to work with.

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