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Cooler Master HAF XM review
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 24 September 2012 19:15


Cooler Master’s HAF series of cases have always prioritised one thing – excellent air cooling. They are some of the best air cooled cases we’ve ever tested, topping our benchmark results with impressive results, even if their looks are likely to divide opinions. The most popular HAF model was the X, a full tower chassis with more than enough room for a quad SLI system – it was such as hit with customers that Cooler Master have done the logical thing and tried to create the magic in a smaller form factor.

Enter the HAF XM, a mid-tower sibling to the gigantic HAF X. It retains the same techno-industrial looks, red LED case fans and emphasis on cooling, but in a smaller size that’s more likely to fit under your desk. Cooler Master has also taken the opportunity to refine some of the features and smaller details, fix minor niggles and hopefully produce a better case. However, with only £25 separating the XM from its bigger brother, can it do enough to justify its place among the HAF line-up?



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