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Cooler Master Launches HAF X Case

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, May 26, 2010.

  1. happita

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    Probably going to be the loudest case ever...well, they are 200mm+ fans, so I don't know maybe. Not my cup of tea though.
     
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    Not even close...with the fans all running, noise levels are very acceptable.
     
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    I love you Coolermaster! Just as I was about to buy the 690 II, they bring this updated HAF to the table. Woooooo!
     
  4. 1Kurgan1

    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    It looks ok, I was kicking myself for buying a 922 after I heard there was a new HAF on the way. But after I seen pictures, I'm happy I got the 922. This case comes with a lot of extras, so for people not modding, it's a great choice.
     
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    Went and read a couple of reviews that, until TPU gets one, at least gives me a good idea of what this case is like. Really like what they did over the previous generation HAF in regards of exterior appearance and the PSU shroud is a really nice touch but not everything is perfect at least for me.

    If they make a compact model, and the Antec Dark Fleet cases are still not out, that chops two of the 5.25 bays to bring it down to a more manageable 18-19" height, adds a bottom filter for the PSU fan, makes a complete side-window without the fan intake, and lowers the price down to the $120 to $150 range they'll have a killer mid-tower case that will blow all the others out of the water including their own Sniper line.
     
  6. 1Kurgan1

    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    I doubt you will see a small version, HAF = High Air Flow, that and small are hard to be synonymous. Plus, CM's top end cases, even the mid towers are always a bit large.
     
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    I love my HAF 932, but would definitely pick this up. Honestly, I just want the 800D :)
     
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    pjladyfox New Member

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    That would be odd considering that after they made the HAF 932 they made the HAF 922 which is the mid-tower version of the original. Besides, a girl can hope right? ;)
     
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    My god... I knew this was going to be a badass case. I'M IN LOVE!
     

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