Tuesday, February 7th 2012

Cooler Master Cuts Prices of HAF-X and HAF 932 Advanced in Europe

Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, power supply, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, offers a very special gift to celebrate its twenty years of existence. Read the text below for more info; this gift only applies to European countries.

One of our most popular cases the last few years has without a doubt been the HAF X. As most people know, HAF stands for ‘High Air Flow’ and this case totally lives up to this name. With dual 200mm top fans, a front 230mm red LED on/off fan and an additional 200mm fan with dedicated air duct for VGA card cooling this massive case will keep any system running cool. As a special gift to Cooler Master’s loyal customers, we will reduce the price from €159,- to €139.

Recently our HAF 932 got upgraded to HAF 932 Advanced. This upgrade gave the HAF 932 two USB 3.0 ports, support for four SSD’s and a complete black interior. Combine this with the huge fans and the water cooling possibilities from the first version and you have another great case….of which the price will also be reduced with €20,-! This means the case will not cost €139,- anymore but only €119.

This price change will be implemented from the 18th of February. Check your local Cooler Master dealer from this date on for these interesting new prices.
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13 Comments on Cooler Master Cuts Prices of HAF-X and HAF 932 Advanced in Europe

#1
DigitalUK
what about us coolermaster fans who already have our HAF Cases, maybe we could get a 20th aniversary case badge with proof of purchase.
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#2
_ALB_R3D X
Yeah that would be awesome!
Off topic:is it me or the way the pictures show is just awesome...would be great if done in reviews also so u don't have to open new windows everytime u click on a pic!
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#3
R_1
Few months ago I had a dilemma which case to buy and CM 690 II Advanced was my favorite. At this time it's price at my local distributor was $152, but when I checked Newegg, US price was just $40. So I looked around and found a really nice Chieftec full-tower case for half the CM money. €139 ain't really cheap. 50% of that may qualify.
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#4
DigitalUK
by: _ALB_R3D X
is it me or the way the pictures show is just awesome
think its the angles the pictures are taken at, just like your girlfriend looks much better at certain angles...lol:D
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_ALB_R3D X
by: DigitalUK
think its the angles the pictures are taken at, just like your girlfriend looks much better at certain angles...lol:D
It's not the angle,it's the way pics open up...click a pic on the front page and you'll notice the difference!
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#6
claylomax
by: DigitalUK
think its the angles the pictures are taken at, just like your girlfriend looks much better at certain angles...lol:D
You know them angles, don't you? :D
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#9
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Perhaps Coolermaster could sell USB 3.0 port upgrades for customers of existing cases? It'll just be something that can be screwed in.
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#10
TheLostSwede
by: qubit
Perhaps Coolermaster could sell USB 3.0 port upgrades for customers of existing cases? It'll just be something that can be screwed in.
You had a look if they offer them here? http://www.coolermaster.nl/shop/
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#11
[H]@RD5TUFF
nice and all but where is the love for US customers . .. :shadedshu
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#12
Rowsol
When I read the title I looked for the price and said wut? I thought the title said cut in half.
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#13
Disruptor4
Even though I'm Australia, damn. Just bought the HAF X for $199AU.
Oh well!
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