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I know what would be cool, make a standard version case that is similar to 2 HAF X strapped together.

Basically have larger holes at the top (above the mobo) as well as larger behind mobo cpu cutout (I recently modded mine with these 2). The other thing would be to then have room for more drive trays, basically have it hold 6 drives (each side maybe? if not than probably 9-10 total) then have the racks be able so split in half and mount in several places.

Make the left side hold mobo, most HDD, and a couple CD drives. On the right have it hold the PSU, a few more HDD and a few more CD drive bays. Have the right side have integrated spot to use zip ties to make cables lay flat.

The front should probably have a custom front, especially if say the left is going to have 2 5.25 bays and the right is going to have 4-6. The other thing would be to expand the front panel options, have more usb up front and maybe a few buttons to flip lights/fans on/off etc so that you could have several different options.

The other thing would be to make it taller to better fit a thick rad in push/pull. My HAF X has a black ice 360 rad in it with push fans inside and it overlaps my board and 2 5.25 bays.

Another thing would be to make it longer as well, basically so if using a 360 rad it wouldn't overlap the bays but if using a 480 it would again. That would be such an epic case and I may not be able to get one as soon as it comes out but I would have to get one.
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I recently purchased an XSPC RX360 V2 radiator to replace the RS360 that came with my Rasa kit and the measurements from FrozenCPU's website said it shouldn't be a problem. Well let me tell you that there is a problem. I don't know if anyone else has tried this, but with my motherboard and using standard 25mm thick fans underneath the rad pushing air out through the radiator, there is barely enough clearance over my RAM.

Are both sets of fans internal? (if you have it in push/pull) If not then WOW. That rad is even fatter than my 360 (and I thought mine was huge).
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Here's something I would like to see. I would like to see CM offer CM Branded DEMCiFlex filters or even include a full kit for a little more. These filters are awesome on steel chassis cases.



The one pictured here is dirty. Just think how much dust I've kept out of my 932 over the last year.

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Originally Posted by CM MR HAF View Post
All HAF X owners with external cables can do a parts request from the CMUSA store for this and recieve it in 3-6 weeks.

That was exactly what I was talking about with the USB 3.0, I'm using an add-on card right now for 3.0, but the ports are internal so I can use the cables that were included with the HAF X to make that work. But I was looking for a way to plug those front ports into an on board USB 3.0 header (when they finally show up - or at least show up on the board I'm looking at), and this is it.

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Originally Posted by CM MR HAF View Post
The issue with the removable motherboard tray we found out with the ATCS 840 is that people are lazy. Would you redo your cable management whenever you remove your motherboard? Good idea, looking for more feedback on this. A chassis has to be designed around a removable motherboard tray because it has to be strong enough to have the whole middle section missing and not warp or collapse.
I know what you mean, that was the only thing at gave me pause when looking at the X, the lack of removable Mobo tray - but for the number of times I'm actually removing my mobo, I decided the X was worth it.
However, looking at this same issue from the other side, it's just as much of a pain to try to hook cables up when you don't have a removable tray - and at the same time, it's frustrating to no end to try to mount a heat sink (especially in the sizes they come in these days) when you can't remove the tray. If you lay it flat, you can kinda position the heat sink - but you can't really make sure it's lining up just right. If you try to place the heat sink with the case standing up, you can line up better, but good luck getting the screws to catch and tighten while keeping it lined up.

Perhaps you should rethink Mobo trays - you did it once before with the heat sink mounting bracket hole, maybe you need to do it once again. What I'm thinking is if you work cable management into the mobo tray. You have "extensions/ports" built into the tray that plug your power, sata, USB, front panel, what-have-you into on the mobo-side of the tray, and then these connection are passed through the tray to where they would be plugged into - power down south to where the PSU is, SATA and Front Panel connections to the east (towards the front of the case), etc. From there, the cables from the actually devices plug into those ports. Essentially, you're moving all the connections normally made directly to the mobo to the edges and around back of the tray - everything from power and SATA, to Front Panel and fan connections. Now, you to remove the tray, you don't have to un-do all your cable management.
Or you could take it one step further and build in all of the cables, just have the ends that plug into the devices stick out where they would be used (with a way to tuck them away if not in use).
Obviously, both of these would not be cheap and would mean an Ultra-high end case - which is something I would like to see CM get into. Right now, it seems like you guys compete with everyone when it comes to case, you dominate the budget market and you offer very cost-effective solutions in the high-end market - but perhaps maybe it is time to start taking Corsair and Lian-Li head-on when it comes to high-end case. Yours are certainly the more cost-efficient cases compared to theirs, but at their Price levels, price becomes less of a concern. I know that if CM was to release a case with built-in cables (that actually worked), a removable mobo tray, and the ability to implement a highly effective air OR water cooling solution, that I would buy it (if I happen to be in the market for a case), even if it was $200-$300.

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Originally Posted by CM MR HAF View Post
1) All I can say are HDD bays on a future chassis will be better than you imagine, but its not a HAF.
The suspense is killing me - can you at least give us a time frame to keep an eye-out for said case to be making an appearance?

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Originally Posted by CM MR HAF View Post
2) If you mean the PSU cable cover, it might be a good idea, but how would it attach to the chassis in a firm way?
I think he's talking about the 'interconnecting hexagons' for the intakes for the PSU - but only because he was talking about fans right before hand. I could be wrong.
Though I will admit I love the PSU cover and you should keep that in future designs. I was skeptical at first, but after using it, it certainly makes the case just feel cleaner.
The only thing that sucks is when you drop one of the screws while trying to lock it down.
 
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Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post
Need to have cases which have easy take/pull out filtering slide out or clip out with the filter(s) on a plastic frame without having to finessing filter mesh from bent tabs in the front panel backside or bottom of the case.

Also the quality of the filters needs to be upped as it's more of a coarse mesh verses a real filter.

The next two full towers from CM will be so. I said too much.

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Hello CM MR HAF,

I live in Lahore, Pakistan, How can I request for USB 3.0 mother board header for HAF-X, as in my HAF-X I have to route the USB 3.0 cables to the back panel.

Regards.
Sorry, my sphere of influence is only in the Americas. My suggestion is you call the store that sold you this HAF X, ask them to call their distributor to order these parts.

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Here's something I would like to see. I would like to see CM offer CM Branded DEMCiFlex filters or even include a full kit for a little more.
~Ceadder
This is what the HAF 932 is all about, a pure DIY enthusiast chassis that you can bolt on accessories to. The fact that CM chassis feature, or lack of one can keep another company in business is great.

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Or you could take it one step further and build in all of the cables, just have the ends that plug into the devices stick out where they would be used (with a way to tuck them away if not in use).

The suspense is killing me - can you at least give us a time frame to keep an eye-out for said case to be making an appearance?
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I think you are on to something big. This would be a large investment, but is a great benefit. The next full tower is coming in a month and it isn't a HAF, thats all I can say.
    
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The blue version is really nice!

What fan controller is that?
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DarkHollow, the only fans inside the case are the ones under the rad. The fan I have on top sits under the plastic upper shroud of the case. There would be no way to have 2 sets of fans in a push/pull with this radiator and this case.
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Nice.

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What fan controller is that?
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Would like to know too...
I found it!!! It's the Scythe Kaze Master Pro 5.25 Fan Controller. Link to newegg: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811998077
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I recently purchased an XSPC RX360 V2 radiator to replace the RS360 that came with my Rasa kit and the measurements from FrozenCPU's website said it shouldn't be a problem. Well let me tell you that there is a problem. I don't know if anyone else has tried this, but with my motherboard and using standard 25mm thick fans underneath the rad pushing air out through the radiator, there is barely enough clearance over my RAM. What I mean by barely is literally a sheet of paper. I also couldn't fit all three fans because of the placement and height of my north bridge and MOSFET heat sink. I had to place that fan under the top shroud to fit it. Just have a look at the pics. I'm not knocking this radiator. It works exceptionally well you just have to make sure that your measurements are correct. Frozen has it listed as 58.5mm while it's actually 63mm. If I had know this I might have gone with a thinner radiator.
Damn! I have a different board but the same case, I hope it doesn't suffer the same issue -_-
    
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