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Wednesday, 18 August 2010 11:23

Cooler Master HAF X dissected - 8. Conclusion

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Top quality, reasonable price




Cooler Master made sure that HAF X is a worthy successor to the popular HAF 932 and it certainly is one of the best cases we've seen so far. HAF X is a full tower case with plenty of space and quiet yet very efficient cooling. 

HAF X will definitely appeal to enthusiasts and hard core gamers alike and its features speak for itself. Quality cooling, compatibility with pretty much any motherboard and graphics card form factor, USB 3.0 connectors, hot-swappable drive bays, hot looks – HAF X has it all.

To demonstrate the fact that it has more room than you’ll probably ever need, we strapped it with our EVGA 4-Way Classified SLI motherboard and the former fit like a glove. Nine expansion slots on the rear panel allow for setting up to four video cards and four large but quiet fans will make sure cooling is top notch. Since this is a pretty hefty case, HAF X comes with wheels.

In conclusion, we definitely recommend HAF X as we’re talking about one of the best cases currently around, and you can find it priced at €165, here.

recommended-2010

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