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Cooler Master HAF XM Case Pictured

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Cooler Master unveiled the latest in its High Air Flow (HAF) series of cases for enthusiasts, the HAF XM. This case is designed to strike a price-features-quality sweetspot. Made of SECC steel and ABS plastic, the HAF XM measures 252 x 530.5 x 571 mm (WxHxD), weighing about 11 kg. While it can be categorized as an ATX full-tower, it doesn't support XL-ATX. Micro-ATX, standard ATX, and E-ATX motherboards are supported. Its storage bays include three 5.25-inch, eight 3.5-inch (including two that are hot-swap capable), up to nine 2.5-inch bays (converted from 3.5-inch bays.

    Its ventilation stays in line with the design ideology behind the HAF series. It includes a large 200 mm front-intake (LED-lit), room for one 140 mm or two 120 mm fans in the front; two 200 mm fans on top (one included, one optional), room for smaller 140/120 mm fans on top; a 140 mm rear exhaust; room for a 200 mm side-panel intake (optional); and room for two 120 mm fans on the HDD cage (optional). Its I/O panel includes two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, and front-panel HD audio.

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  2. Volkszorn88

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    Wow, I love the aggressiveness of it. It knows its mean, ugly, and badass.
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    It has too much of the Raven RV02 and RV03 feel. The stretched chassis reminds me of it.
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    I would still buy a normal HAF X or maybe even a 932 over this. This new one looks a little "cheap" for my liking (too much plastic).
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    bring back the stacker!
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    Nice looking case.:rockout:
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    I personally prefer HAF 932 and HAF X over this... This one looks weird to me for some reason.
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    count me in...... i like it......ALOT....bonus if it comes w/ that f/c.....
  9. Kovoet

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    Much prefer my hAF X to that but still wanting that Cosmos II
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    Does it have a filter for the side panel? That seems so hard to find in a case that has a side fan. I love the 600t, but without a filter on the side, it kills it.
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    Looks cheap compared to the HAF-X :/
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    Haf with satellite radio?
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    No side-window version?:(

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