Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 9
Rated 4 out of 5 by DRAX Not as good as I thought it would be but still quite nice
Decided to go with this case on the recommendation of a few friends, previously had a Ciit Trident gaming case half the size so this is what I can compare it to.
Full Tower, plenty of room to move about even with the biggest of motherboards, also good for a big cpu cooler.
Fans included are top quality, great balance between airflow and noise.
Cable management is an ease with extra slot and rubber gromits
All Hard drives and disc trays are quick and easy to fit and use.
Wheels included (seeing as case is heavy) have locks on the front to stop movement if needed.
Built in filters for front and side fan, easy to clean. They do a good job of keeping dust out.
For fitting a large cpu cooler you will have to mount it outside of the case as the mounting cut out at the back is completely in the wrong place/ too small. I installed the Be Quiet Dark Rock 3 and it was such a pain.
Air flow is not as good as you would expect, could do with another fan built in higher up the case in the front to help. Also not including both 200mm fans for the top of the case is quite petty.
The aluminium you mount the motherboard to is quite thin and weak, would feel safer mounting a mobo to something thicker like the thickness of the case doors.
No decent filter for psu fan. Included with most cases now but not this one. Had a flimsy bit of mesh which would come loose all the time.
Overall does well in most areas, but messes up on the small things. For version 2 the cut out at the back should of been sorted, its a ridiculous error in design. Price for what is included feels a bit too high, and would only be justified if issues listed were sorted in my opinion. It looks good and components fit in nicely, with a few mods and more fans the case will give good airflow.
13 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Andy1911 Better airflow less noise
this case is huge it fits in my gtx680 classy with space for extra fans at the end,
I added the extra top fan for better movement of air,
i also zip tied a spare fan into the empty bay space at the top with the front and side intakes i am now able to keep my 2 gtx 680 running under 65 degrees on full load using 3 24" monitors at 5760 x 1200 there is heaps of space and lots of room for cable management if you are looking to keep temps down this is worth the extra cash.
25 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by JamesCole95 A great case I would recommend to anybody.
I recently decided to upgrade a few components on my computer and one thing I always wanted but never invested in was a high end computer case. However, I refused to install all of my new shiny parts into an old beaten down case and so the search for my perfect case started. I eventually narrowed my case choice down to the Haf X, Storm Stryker, Storm Trooper and the NZXT Phantom. Going with the Haf X was one of the best choices I have ever made and here is why;
1) General Aesthetics
The case has a very bulky industrial look that I wanted in a case and it also has a windowed side panel so you can see all of your different components. At first I was worried about the size and placement of the window as roughly a quarter of the side panel is taken up by a fan however this is not a problem and you still have full visibility into your case.
This case has a few different aspects that make it very easy to work with. To start all of the bays ( Including internal bays ) all use cooler masters tool-less systems making it very easy to install your components.
The big intake fan on the front and side of the case come equipped with dust filters which will help keep your case clean.
The fan on the side comes with a shroud which directs air onto your graphics card increasing air flow and cooling in areas that need it.
There are 2 hot swap bays on the front of the case that can be very useful.
There is just enough space behind the motherboard for decent cable management.
The HAF X (High Air Flow) case comes with 4 fans as standard. The front fan is a red led fan adding to the mean look of the case.
There is plenty of room in the case to allow for a high air flow.
Although this case is an amazing air cooled case it also has holes in the back for water cooling pipes and a full radiator can fit in the roof fan mounts.
Overall I believe this is the best case you can find in its price range and it offers all the functionality and perks of a much higher end case at the right price. It is a solid quality build and a very heavy case but don't worry it comes with wheels!
18 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mitch Sweet
The Case has loads of room.
My only con is that the case came with a large scratch down the front.
22 July 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fred What more can I say, building a pc with this can is a dream.
Well done coolermaster.
12 April 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Chris Best Case I have bought and has excellent space capacity and great for cable management. Cooling temps have dropped and the USB 3.0 ports on the front is good too.
The only negatives is that the side fan shroud did get in the way of my AMD 7970 Vapor-X GHZ edition GFX card even though the case is BIG. (these cards are chunky) I have since removed the shroud and all is well.
Did however, install other fans with LED's, as the stock ones are good but little on the cheap side.
18 March 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Red The amount of space is amazing along with the cable management, the tool-less hdd and optic drive bays, the over-all coolness of the temperature and the relative silent fans in relation with their size makes this case a most for pc gaming enthusiasts... the fact it comes on wheels is a added bonus.
Two of the optic bays could have been hdd hot boot drives and the hot boot bays should have been tool-less, the fact that you have to screw the hdd to the caddy first seems a bit slow for something that is meant to be quick.
13 November 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bruce Very nice looking, and Very good ventilation. Loads of space for pretty much anything you could throw in there :)
Case is abit big for some PSU's cables, but you can get around it with a few mods.
10 October 2012