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post #11 of 26
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Originally Posted by CM Aztec;14405170 
if i will buy the haf x i wouldnt have additional money to buy a second Asus Gtx 560 ti. so is the HAF X so much worth it over a MK-I and an GTX 560 ti

I like the chaser it has 6 LED color settings, Red Greed Blue and 2 Alternating color mods and off, Intake fan filters, HDD docking station, Built in Head phone hanger, pulsating ON light, and plenty of room for more fans.

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post #12 of 26
Nevermind, but I don't think the Chaser MK-1 has anything to offer except the looks. As for watercooling, you won't be able to fit a triple rad on top of the MK-1, where you'll be able to do that on the HAF X. And if I were you, I'd not even look at the Thermaltake cases, they have disappointed me alot.
    
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Originally Posted by xTweetyBird;14405295 
What I would do is get the HAF X and a single 560 Ti and either wait untill kepler comes out or save up some more money and get another 560.[/QUOT

money is not a problem. its just i wanted to spend 1000euros on this particular system. i make alot of computers and sell them or keep them. when kepler comes out i will make a new system.
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post #14 of 26
Thermaltake cases are so horribly mediocre. I like my HAF X, although I am quite tired of how it looks -- I'll be looking into a Lian Li soon.
post #15 of 26
The HAF-X is pretty expensive and the Chaser MK is from Thermaltake so chances are, its probably 95% plastic. Why not go for a cheaper case like the 932 which has the same internal dimensions and an extra fan?
    
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post #16 of 26
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Originally Posted by kennh;14405356 
The HAF-X is pretty expensive and the Chaser MK is from Thermaltake so chances are, its probably 95% plastic. Why not go for a cheaper case like the 932 which has the same internal dimensions and an extra fan?

The only things that are plastic are the easily removable front and top panels. the rest is metal.
post #17 of 26
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Originally Posted by kennh;14405356 
The HAF-X is pretty expensive and the Chaser MK is from Thermaltake so chances are, its probably 95% plastic. Why not go for a cheaper case like the 932 which has the same internal dimensions and an extra fan?

its actually 60%steel 20% mesh 20% hard plastic, the haf x costs 100euros more then the chaser, and has nearly the same specs as in the haf x
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Originally Posted by =≡G≡=Thèеdé100;14405371 
The only things that are plastic are the easily removable front and top panels. the rest is metal.

what do you think about the case?
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post #19 of 26
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Originally Posted by CM Aztec;14405380 
what do you think about the case?

I love it and I have it. At the top of the page is my album and if you want anymore pics or video I can take some for you, because the chaser is an amazing case and I don't under stand why people are hating on it frown.gif
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Originally Posted by CM Aztec;14405377 
its actually 60%steel 20% mesh 20% hard plastic, the haf x costs 100euros more then the chaser, and has nearly the same specs as in the haf x

I say its about 75% metal and 15% hard plastic and 10%mesh but that's just me.
Edited by TheDude100 - 7/30/11 at 12:16pm
post #20 of 26
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Originally Posted by CM Aztec;14405377 
its actually 60%steel 20% mesh 20% hard plastic, the haf x costs 100euros more then the chaser, and has nearly the same specs as in the haf x

The Chaser's ridiculous hot-swap implementation is enough for me to look eslewhere. The HAF X has quite a bit more room, 2 hot-swap bays, room for a 360 rad at the top, supports e-ATX and has better cable management. Go look at the Thermaltake case line, they are incredibly plasticky and cheap. The HAF line is as successful as it is for a reason.
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