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The Cooler Master HAF X's dimensions are fairly standard for a full tower ATX case, measuring 9.1" wide, 23.6" long and 21.7" tall (23.3 x 59.9 x 55.0 cm) making it slightly bulkier than the HAF 932. It is constructed from SECC (Steel, Electrogalvanized, Cold-rolled, Coil) - a type of metal known for its low cost and high thermal conduction properties, The HAF X has four USB ports, a single Firewire and eSATA port along with two audio jacks. There are also two bright blue LEDs for hard drive activity and power.
Attractive overall design.
Both great & quiet cooling.
Fingerprint resistant matte finish.
Plenty of room for oversized video cards.
Great cooling performance.
Four big fans included.
Outstanding feature set.
Excellent convenience features.
Two year limited warranty.
Misc minor annoyances.
Top portion of case is plastic not metal.
Expensive if new instead of refurbished.
No fan control.
Price (For Some).
By TechSpot on November 04, 2010
When it first launched, the original Cooler Master HAF 932 offered a tremendous bargain given its build quality and features. Sitting at just $130 today, we still think the HAF 932 is the best value full tower gaming case available. But how does the...
By Monster-Hardware on September 14, 2011
If you have read all the way through this review you might be left with the impression that I didn't like the Cooler Master HAF X very much but that just isn't so. Rather, I felt that with all the ink I have seen this case get and as long as it...
By Vortez on September 06, 2011
The HAF X may well have been available for a considerable amount of time now but its feature-set is still relevant today.Those who require every feature under the sun will be pleased to know that the HAF X caters for just about every need possible....
By ITP.net on June 12, 2011
While somewhat expensive the HAF X offers exceptional cooling, superb flexibility in terms of what you can fit and is built like a Panzer tank....
By TweakNews on December 24, 2010
Cooler Master made a big splash with the introduction of the original HAF chassis, and they have continued to develop and refine the design, resulting in the HAF X that we've seen today. Sporting a similar military/industrial look, the HAF X adds...
By Real World Labs on November 18, 2010
Cooler Master has once again placed a smile on our faces with the military style HAF-X. The design of the unit is definitely something that most people will like, i mean who doesn’t play wargames in their PC systems? On the other hand the...
By Maximum PC on November 17, 2010
The HAF full-tower gets updated for 2010 The HAF X is the third case in Cooler Master’s High Air Flow lineup: The full-tower HAF 932 won our Kick Ass award in November 2008, and we continue to admire the mid-tower HAF 922 we first saw in October...
By Atomic MPC on September 16, 2010
The HAF continues to hold us in its breezy sway....
By InsideHW on September 07, 2010
Few years ago, Cooler Master presented a new enclosure family with the HAF 932 model - High Air Flow. Although very successful, this model has deserved its retirement, now replaced with a restyled and modernised model X. The heir is even larger, with...
By Modders-Inc on September 05, 2010
From my stand point the HAF X has proved to be the easiest case I have worked with in some time. In fact I would go as far as to say, the Cooler Master HAF X is my new all time favorite case. Why? You may ask. Well, simply put the case is rock...
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