Around the globe a select few sites were granted the opportunity to have a sneak peak at Cooler Master's latest entry into the full tower chassis market. I'm sure between all the news and videos abound, you have a good idea of the basic ideas of what this new chassis has to offer. If this is completely new to you at this point, don't worry; I will cover this chassis just as if it was a full review. Keep in mind; this chassis is a pre-release and there are some changes already in the making for the actual retail product that will fill shelves soon.
Cooler Master has had great success with the HAF series of chassis'. Personally I wasn't a fan of the exterior of the 932, as it reminded me of a gas can they used to strap to the back of a WWII era Jeep. In defense of the case, it still offered plenty of options and a bunch of good air flow. On the flip side, I did have the chance to review the 932's little brother, the 922. In my opinion the 922 had the better looks of the two and it kept most of the same features. Large fans, water cooling potential, tool-less operation are all what made the 932 and 922 a success and those ideas aren't lost here.
With this next evolution of the HAF series, Cooler Master has taken the original HAF 932 and reworked it a bit. They've been listening to the requests for improvement from 932 owners, keeping up with modern technology and all this with keeping all the great features the HAF series is known for. I'm sure I could go on all day about what the HAF-X brings to the table, but let's get right to it and I will just show you. From what I have already seen, I am impressed and I have a feeling by the time you are done reading this, you will be, too!
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