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HAF 932 Advance or HAF X

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I am planing on upgrading from a mid tower case to a full tower case to get ready for the summer and have settled on a Cooler Master Haf case but don't know which to get so that's why I'm here. Both the 932 and the HAF X are the same price (Once you factor in the shipping) and since they are the same price which should I get. Are there any pros and cons to the two because I know that the 932 has the USB 3.0 (Which is meh) and the HAF X does not. Thank you.
post #2 of 8
HAF X has USB 3.0.

I love mine. Get it. It is ginormous though.
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Yeah I am concern about the size but if I have to put case outside of my table I will because I want space and cooling.
Edited by Priest666x - 5/28/11 at 2:52pm
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There's prolly dimensions for it listed somewhere so look those up and see if it will fit.
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HAF X. No question about it. Dust Filters.
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I just checked on newegg and they said the dimensions are 23.20" x 9.10" x 21.70" and my current case dimensions are 21.00" x 9.00" x 19.00", so it'll be alright.

Also how well will this case be able to manage the extra cables from my power supply:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139009

I've noticed alot that when people have good cable management they have a modular power supply and my power supply is not so it has around 14 cables.
Edited by Priest666x - 5/28/11 at 4:35pm
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I've got 6-8 case fans with fan controller,4 6 pins. 24pin + 8pin, all the Sata + power cables for my dvd + ssd and I will say it managed quite neatly considering I don't have a clue what I'm doing.
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haf x hands down wins, i had my heart on a half 932 but when i went to buy my machine the place i was buying eveything was out. so i went for the haf x, i am so glad i bought it. and yea like Mako said... its HUGE...
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