Cooler Master HAF

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BeVar

Just love this case. I've got four of them now. They make great game machines. I am building a server with ten 2tb hard drives right now. The only mod I had to make was to switch out the oem wheels with "Chief" wheels from directron @ 12 bucks.

I think Cooler Master is now powder coating the inside and hopefully I can get them to offer some beefier wheels. My personal machine's wheels actually fell apart from the weight with eight hard drives in it

another great article by TheMurph.

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blueaball

Why do people complain about an awesome case, that has no major flaws, and YOU can fix these "mediocre" problems with your own cash, the way you want it, not the company telling you what you have to chose. THIS CASE REALLY IS A MODDER CASE. KICK ASS!!!

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maniacm0nk3y

I love this case but the only minor flaw is the hard drive cages...they still can't silent hard drives. Maybe very loud ones, but the headers (read heads?) on the hard drives are still audible.

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ward852

nice case!!

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BroadSide

Darth Case

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killerxx7

that thing looks like some scrap metal mashed together !!id take my tagan EL-DIABLO eny day over that thing!!

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maniacm0nk3y

Your El-Diablo looks like it was made entirely of plastic...

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Cabal468

That look is the reason I chose the case...it has a kind of gothic industrial retro-futuristic look.

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sirphunkee

As awesome as this case is, I'm going to wait to decide what to spend on until I can see/touch coolermaster's ATCS 840 case that's coming out later this month:

 http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/product.php?category_id=18&product_id=2870product_id=2810

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TheMurph

I've played around with it, and my non-Maximum PC opinion is that the HAF offers more functionality than the ATCS 840.  The latter is a solid case, but it doesn't come with nearly as much cooling power as the HAF.

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sirphunkee

Thanks Dave.  I've got a list of reasons why each of them might be right for me, I think it will come down to whichever one hits the aesthetic sweet spot once I can see them both in person.

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Talcum X

 But it's what's inside that counts.

I may build my Wife's new rig with the HAF, but that's not till next year or so.

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plaskon

i like the looks but i bet it's a dust bunny magnet.

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sirphunkee

All the air intakes are filtered (including the one on the bottom)...another great feature of some coolermaster cases.  I still have, and swear by, my coolermaster praetorian 730 case, because they're the best at simple, functional designs that have key features like filtered intakes and removable motherboard trays.

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Cabal468

I have this case and it makes cable management REALLY easy even for someone as cable-management-incapable as me.  The inside of my other computer looks like a a rats nest but you can actually see the motherboard through the window of my HAF computer.

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