Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF X942（RC-942）
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Solid Full Tower Case
3 weeks ago
Summary: This is a great case, plenty of room for for my current ATX build, I mounted a towering Noctua NH-D14 CPU cooler with no problem. Cable management was a breeze and the aesthetic looks great too. Air flow is awesome and each of the four stock fans they include are decent too, each quiet under 20 db.
Summary: I was looking for an awesome case with good airflow and plenty of space and this is it! The temperatures in my case are minimal even under full loads and overclocking. I later added a liquid cooling solution and it has tons of room inside for radiators, pump, and resevoir not to mention all the tubing. Numerous expansion bays for anything you want and plenty of hard drive space make this my favorite case to date.
Summary: I really like this case but one issue had me rate it down and upset me. Pros: Well thought out design Nice drive cages with fan easy cable management the door over the power button is awesome, I have exotic cats and they think it is funny to press the power buttons on my computers with their paws and shut them off, I have soda caps taped on most my cases to prevent this :) excellent accessories, nice power cable extension for the top 8-pin power port on the top of the...
Summary: Most awesome case ever. Huge case able to swallow anything you throw in it plus some, has alot of fan mounts, and alot of intake/exhaust events. Comes with alot of accessories and a VGA support holder, wheels, all kinds of stuff. The case is highly modifiable aswell if you have a proper hole saw and drill. After building and 6 months of ownership, the only bad things i can think of are small.
Front 230mm fan LED dead and several holes machined poorly.
Paranoid Jack, Amazon
23 November 2014
Summary: I've used Cooler Master cases for my last three machines. This HAF X was well designed and has a lot of nice features. My only complaints are that the front fan LED is defective and several holes are not threaded well. The assembly line doesn't plug in the front fan LED wire making off the default that was no big deal but once I found the loose wire and attached it the LED still doesn't light up.
Summary: This is the best case I have ever built a PC in. Expandability to add more fans is nice, although it would have been nicer if it included the extra fan already. This case is a monstrosity that will dwarf everything else in the room. You can fit even the most massive multi SLI setups in there with ease. There is tons of room for cable management, and plenty of airflow even with the stock fans. The large fans are one of my favorite features of this case.
Summary: I just love my HAF X case. I been using it since November of 2013. It just looks so good. All the hookups worked well with my motherboard. The thick firewire cable that my motherboard don't support was able to be removed. Which I was very happy about as there is no sense of having that heavy cable in the case if it can't be used. The power extension they included was used and seems to work well.
Summary: This thing is HUGE!! (At least that's what she said) Also the tower is enormous! It's a lot taller than I expected, but apparently I've never gotten a Full Tower before. Don't let the "HAF X" confuse you. It doesn't mean "Half X". This is definitely not "half" anything. That being said, it was necessary for all the stuff I tried to cram into it. It has great cable routing options, incredible airflow and looks beautiful.
Summary: AMAZING case. Tons of room to move around, incredible cooling options, whether by fan or liquid cooling setup. Additionally, this case makes concealing and clearing out wires from the main space super easy and allows for neat and tidy setups without all the clutter. Case weighs about as much as an elephant though. But it comes with wheels.
I have bought 3 and will build all of my computers with these things!
8 October 2014
Summary: I have bought 3 of these for a reason. I looked at possibly water cooling my tower, but without too much over clocking that is not necessary with these. Set-up came with extra pieces and assembling the computer was a breeze. The tool-less HDD bays are really handy, but a bit tricky. I do not know if I save any time with their design, but it made adding a new HDD really easy. Warning this is BIG.