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Built like a tank. Can hold lots of stuff. Laughed at my space requirements of my Noctua NH-D14 and GTX 670, had plenty left.
Push buttons for optical drive bays work very well.
Bottom mounted PSU, very nice.
Lots of routing on the opposite side behind the mother board tray.
Lots of airflow with all the fans. Pair it with demciflex filters and you wont have dust storm from all the intake.
Very easy installation of 3.5 drives, has these neat little brackets you put the drives into, and then into the bays. Came with one 2.5>3.5 adapter for an SSD or laptop drive.
Motherboard tray has a diagram for various motherboard form factors.
Slide cover for power buttons is nice.
Hot swap bays are tedious to use since you have to screw in the drives.
The fans are cheap sleeve bearings. For the price it should come with better fans. The front 230mm fan with it's RED LED failed, started making a lot of noise. Replaced it with another cooler master 230mm fan without the LED, worked okay for about a year before failing as well.
Sold this case. Too heavy, and all my stuff fit into my old mid tower anyway which makes it far more convenient for LANs.
It was nice, but I'm beyond the whole 'Gotta have a gigantic monolithic black colossus of a case!' phase now.
Intel Ivy Bridge i7-3770K @ 4.2Ghz | Asus P8Z77-V | EVGA GeForce GTX 670 4gb SuperClocked /W Backplate | Cooler Master HAF X
4x4 G.Skill Ripjaws X 10666 | 128GB and 256GB Crucial M4 | 2xWD1002FAEX 1TB | Noctua NH-D14 | Corsair AX850
Windows 7 x64 Pro | IBM Model M 1391401 11-21-91 | Logitech G500
I crammed all that hardware back into my Antec Solution, and I have no regrets. Make no mistake, the Haf X will hold more, but for my purposes.. no more full tower builds.
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