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Cooler Master HAF-X

Posted July 5, 2010 by Jake in Cases & PSU







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by Jake
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From the new hot swap hard drive bays to the graphics card cooling shroud, Cooler Master has made some very smart design decisions here.  The massive amount of expansion slots to allow for Quad GPUs and the power supply cable management partition are also excellent new features. 

Liquid cooling capabilities are found also with the ability to conceal a triple radiator up to 60mm thick.  Both 240 and 360mm radiators are supported for diehard water cooling enthusiasts. 

And with USB 3.0 becoming the new standard, the connections here are a great feature even if you have to route the cabling out through the back of the case to plug them into the motherboard. 

It’s all about finding an enclosure that has all the best features and more.  Cooler Master has not let us down with their previous offerings from their HAF line of cases and we have to agree that Cooler Master is continuing on that path to perfection with their new Flag Ship the “HAF-X”.  The HAF-X clearly moves to the “short List” for anyone in the market for a Top-of-the-Line chassis; standing on its own merits the Cooler Master HAF-X is one of the very best full tower cases you’ll find available today.

Currently listing for about $200 USD the Cooler Master HAF-X isn’t cheap but it’s practically a steal when you consider what you get in return for the price.  We’ve seen cases that cost more and don’t even come close to the HAF-X in terms of quality or feature list.  Cooler Master has taken what is already a very successful lineup in the HAF series and made it even better now.  The HAF-X is a stunning case in just about every facet, and raised the bar even further in chassis design.

Cooler Master HAF-X



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