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Front USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 Port, Two Front XDocks.
Plenty of drive bays.
Plenty of large fans to keep the air moving.
Low noise output, despite all those fans.
X-Dock hot-swap drive days.
Designed to make a neat installation a snap.
Ease of access.
Extra PCI slot.
PSU wire cover.
Excellent wire management options.
Liquid cooling capable.
Bottom Mount PSU.
Two 200mm and One 140mm Fan included.
PSU Cable Shield, Easy Side Handle, Liquid Hose / Cable Routing Holes.
Extra Expansion Slot, Radiator Space On Top, Top Tray
Up to EATX Motherboards in a MidTower, Great Cable Management, tons of space.
2.5" SSD slot on side of motherboard tray.
Dust filters on the intake fans would be nice.
Have to remove the PSU to access its filter.
XDock Requires Separate SATA Cables.
Heavy, Hard to Move.
No Integrated Fan Controller.
Limited clearance on the bottom.
Only three fans included
Big difference in pricing (USD and Euro).
No 3.5 inch bay.
No proper dust filter for PSU bay.
Top CPU power cable routing hole is partially blocked.
By CNET Australia on October 17, 2012
We like the HAF XM; at AU$149, it gives you huge bang for buck, is well constructed and supports a variety of builds....
By Bit-tech.net on September 24, 2012
Cooler Master hasn't done the best of jobs shrinking the HAF X down to mid tower proportions. In fact, it seems Cooler Master has actually forgotten what HAF stands for in failing to provide adequate airflow to the GPU. While many are sure to have...
By Tech2 on September 06, 2012
The serious cooling that the HAF XM offers along with hot-swappable bays is ideal for high-end gaming PCs and servers. This PC case is priced at Rs. 10,900 which is at par with the Corsair Graphite CC600DT, Bitfenix Colossus and Antec P183. Consider...
By APC Magazine on September 03, 2012
The HAF in this miditower case's name stands for high airflow and it's a term well deserved: this case has more fans than a U2 arena concert. Straight out of the box there are twin 200mm units at the top, another 120mm on the rear and one...
By InsideHW on August 15, 2012
Cooler Master has been using a tried-and-true formula for extending their more-than-successful HAF (High Air Flow) line of advanced PC enclosures. And while this concept hardly packs any “wow” effect anymore, in all honesty, there’s no...
By MadShrimps on July 27, 2012
The XM midi tower version of Cooler Master's HAF X is by all means a brilliant case. Very well crafted and mega versatile regarding all the different hardware, no matter the size, it can house. Large E-ATX motherboards are supported, even fitting...
By uk.hardware.info on July 19, 2012
In a nutshell, the Cooler Master HAF XM is an excellent chassis that offers everything you expect in this price class. You get excellent cooling capabilities, enough frontal connectors, lots of internal space and it's very user-friendly. In...
By HardwareHeaven on July 04, 2012
Starting with the build quality of Cooler Masters HAF XM we have a case which offers a nice, solid main body. It would be nice to see some additional metal used for the top and front panel but the plastic used (in addition to the mesh) is of a decent...
By Rbmods.com on June 16, 2012
Coolermaster HAF XM is one of the most interesting cases available at the moment. Its looks are appealing, has plenty of space for a midsized case, and has a unique x-dock feature for easy hard disk add/removal. Those who move hard disks from...
By Bigbruin on May 15, 2012
Wait, I already did that at the beginning of this review. Guess that means I'm done. OK, well not quite. Overall I am very impressed with the Cooler Master HAF XM mid tower case; from start to finish the design of this case is top notch. There are...
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