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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 the color scheme. 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.
TH10 A upgrades:
- Screwed together chassis (flat-packing available for international shipments only)
- The motherboard tray has been centered for better radiators clearances
- The windows on the doors have been centered for a more symmetrical look
- Doors fit both the left and right side of the case
- Included reservoir mounting plate
- Reversible with replacement front and rear chassis sections
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
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)
|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)|
|Total Number of Native 120mm Fan Mounts||21|
|Total Number of Native 140mm Fan Mounts||0|
|Maximum Radiator Size||120.4 (480)|
|Clearance Above the Motherboard Tray||5.3’’ (135mm)|
|Clearance Below the Motherboard Tray||5.3’’ (135mm)|
|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||
|Case Color||Black or Primer Gray||White, Gunmetal or Two Tone|
|ATX Layout||Standard or Reverse
|Left Side Door||Solid or Ventilated||XL Window or XXL Window
|Right Side Door||Solid or Ventilated||XL Window or XXL Window
|Top Cover||Standard Ventilated or Standard Solid||31mm 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
|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||
Solid Bay Covers
Note; Choosing the Flex-Bay HDD cage as the default drive cage will eliminate 1 triple bay cover.
Ventilated Bay Covers
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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Incredible, only minor detail that CL should improve on
Posted by JT on 6th Oct 2014
Best quality, thumbs up, perfect finish. I say even scratch resistant to an extent. There are more skin marks (my skin) on it (which can be cleaned off) then scratches from my crap workmanship.
KC who helped me on my inquiries is superb. Thanks for it.
Some bad points.
1. front audio cable is too short. I can't connect this unfortunately. It is short by about 2cm, better for CL to extend by 3-5cm. Better long than short. I use the Asus X99 deluxe mobo.
2. I ordered red power button, came with blue.
3. The reservoir mounts could have been longer. It cannot take my XSPC photon 27cm reservoir. In the end had to drill on my res.
4. Used corsair led super quiet fans, appears some screw holes are alittle small for the corsair screws.
Minor issues really for me in what is otherwise a great quality case.
[CaseLabs: Thank you for your review. We are working with are supplier (Silverstone) on the cable length issue, but it has been a slow process. We do offer cable extenders if it is a problem. Also, we have never offered anything other than the blue power/red reset combination, so it's unclear who would have told you otherwise. Thanks again for the great review!]
A Case That Will Last a Lifetime!!!
Posted by Joe on 29th Aug 2014
This TH10A is an Amazing case!!!! I couldn't believe my eyes when I first saw these cases from Case Labs. The sizes are Perfect for a PC Builder that needs the room for Watercooling and Air Cooling as well!
As long as MBoards are made the same , with everything in the same place, with the Removable Mother Board Tray, You will be able to just remove your water connections, GPU setup, slide out the old MB, install the new MB and Processor, slide it back in, re-connect everything, and you have the Newest technology for less than Half the cost of a New PC!!! These Cases are made to last a Lifetime!!!!! The Quality and Precision are Perfect!!! Way to go Case Labs!!!!
End Game PC Case!
Posted by ^JP^ @ OcUK on 18th Aug 2014
I am still working on my build but so far this case is amazing!
So much space for everything I want and the customer service arranging shipping to England was second to none!
To follow my progress and see detailed pictures assembling the case please check out my "Project Nebula" Log over on OcUK forums.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Aug 2014
Never ending possibilities. This case is sturdy and easy to assemble. The only problems I had was one hinge on the PSU side would only take one screw.
[CaseLabs: If you haven't already - please contact customer support and they'll take care of the hinge for you. Thanks!]
Posted by Enny. on 27th Jul 2014
There is that saying "You get what you pay for". I love this case, I love the removable tray, I love the ability to customize this case and most off all, "Customer service". To make a long story short. I had an issue with my motherboard tray, where it flexes when I installed my hardware's. Caselabs acted swiftly and quickly to resolve this problem, and all these were done by emails. Kevin, the owner, those who helped me and the customer services team were great.
The TH10A is a great case, very sturdy, light and it gives you plenty of room to work on your build. I have the two tone Black and Gunmetal and its great. Maybe in the future I might change my covers and the sides to White, but my GF likes the Gunmetal on this case, sooooo!!.
You Want THE BEST....Buy A Case Labs Case!!!!!
Posted by Joe on 14th Jul 2014
When a friend of mine suggested Case Labs as a solution for the extra room I needed, I went to the site and was Totally
These Cases are the Most Sturdy, Have the Most Room for a Water Cooled PC, Air as well.
But if you want to put in 4 radiators, 2 doble5.25 Bay Resevoirs,
Extra Pumps You name it! Fan Controllers, Optical drive(S),
There is So Much Room in these Cases, You won't believe it!!!!
So Check it out for yourself at www.caselabs.com>
You'll Be Very Happy You Did!!!
TH-10A is th10 with brain
Posted by Techmuffins on 15th Jun 2014
Nothing wrong with Th10 in the first place, but now it has adjust & modified on its own, for people who can't decide either to go standard or reverse configure mother board now can buy th 10 a and decide later or swap configuration whenever they please.
One of the most evolved case lab case . Cannot ask more.
Only drawback :: case lab will make less money on accessory since the case can be modified without any optional accessory.
Way to go Kevin. Artist in aluminum
TH10A the best case on the world
Posted by Ali Almar on 9th Jun 2014
If you are looking for a huge case that can handle all your needs this is the one full aluminum case with all the options you might think about
the customer care is top notch and they are hear for you just ask as simple as that
by the way I'm from Kuwait and they send me the case among other accessory with a very nice price you cant find better
Caselabs (((((Thank You)))))
CaseLabs Classic got even better!
Posted by Stanley on 4th Jun 2014
The CaseLabs TH10 is arguably one of the best classic cases that they offer but with the release of newer cases like the SMA8 and S8, the original TH10 began to show its age.
Replacing the MH10, T10 and TH10, the TH10A includes all the new innovations you've come to expect from a CaseLabs case. The window, both XL and XXL, is now centered in the middle of the door. There is a total 135mm clearance both above and below the motherboard tray. This means this case can take a 80mm alphacool monsta radiator and two push pull 25mm fans with ease.
Alternatively, a 60mm Alphacool UT60 in push pull actually aligns perfectly with cable routing holes in towards the back of the case so that you can link up acrylic tubes directly across the divide without the need to drill additional holes. A simple bitspower 90 degree rotary will link directly to the other side right through the cutout.
Additional innovations include the inclusion of a reservoir mounting plate that comes single and dual reservoir flavors. If you have reservoirs that too large for the mounting plate, removal is as simple as unscrewing 4 nuts to take it out.
The TH10 did a lot of things right the first time around but the TH10A improves upon that case in all the right ways making this the best double wide 480 radiator capable Case Labs case that they ever created.