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post #10561 of 10564 (permalink) Old 10-16-2019, 12:28 AM
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Just a thought if watercooling this case it is highly recommended to try and use the EK sbay or dbay reservoir/pump combos. Utilizing a Ek-Sbay in my current build to great effect.

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post #10562 of 10564 (permalink) Old 10-29-2019, 09:57 AM
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Has anyone heard if Cooler Master is going to potentially revise the HAF-XB EVO?

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post #10563 of 10564 (permalink) Old 11-10-2019, 04:11 PM
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Hi, I have the HAF-XB EVO case, which I customized (externally) to suit my needs and make it easy to carry around.

I am now planning to upgrade motherboard and CPU to the just announced new AMD threadripper line. The ideal MB I spotted so far is the Gigabyte Designare TRX40 which has a form factor XL-ATX 32.5cm x 26.9cm.

I would love to keep using this case, which unfortunately fits up to ATX size. Is there a way to customize the case so that I can fit in it the MB described above? I don't mind drilling new holes in the MB tray and re-routing cables, etc.

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post #10564 of 10564 (permalink) Old 11-11-2019, 05:51 PM
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Look's like there is new person in the Club...

And here is my confirmation that HAF XB Evo fit E-ATX (EATX,eATX, Extended ATX, whatever) motherboards:

It may look like right rib on motherboard tray is a problem, but in reality it is not. Somehow it's lower then standoffs. Still, it will be good to add on rib some electrical tape (black?).

Motherboard: EVGA X299 Dark
Motherboard size: 304.8x276.7mm (12"x10.895")
Do you think a XL-ATX 32.5cm x 26.9cm will fit as well? By eye, the second dimension (26.9cm in my case, which is slightly less than your MB) seems more critical, while the first dimension seems to have more room (in my case would be 2 cm longer than yours)? Thanks
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