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Cooler Master HAF XB (RC-902XB)

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Review of Cooler Master HAF XB PC Case

Testfreaks blog
12 August 2013
  • Summary: Today for review I have a case or chassis from Cooler Master called the HAF XB. This is a smaller style case, what might be called a lanbox but it’s not just for gaming of course as you can use it for anything. What makes the HAF XB really special is the fact that it also doubles as a test bench. Me, being a reviewer, can very much appreciate a tech bench as it makes life easier for testing products.
  • Pros: Very well made, Portable, Case or test bench, Plenty of room for assorted cooling options, Room for large video cards and large CPU coolers, Quickly and easily converts to test bench, Lots of room for multiple SSDs
  • Cons: Fans suck in dust, Depending on PSU design it can be difficult to install, Not exactly quiet, No fan grills on fans, Only space for two 3.5″ drives
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Cooler Master HAF XB LAN Box Case Review

PC Perspective
2 August 2013
  • Excerpt: The HAF XB mid tower case is the newest member of the Cooler Master HAF line of cases. Touted as a LAN box, this cube-shaped case has both looks and features that appeal to any enthusiasts. We decided to put the HAF XB on our test bench to validate these claims. At a base price of $99.99, the HAF XB is a bargain for the features you are getting.
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Review: CoolerMaster HAF XB PC Case

18 April 2013
  • Excerpt: While many custom PC builders will look at the motherboard, processor or GPU as the most important thing in their build, the lowly computer cases gets overlooked far too often. Hell, you can use a pizza box if you really want to. But cutting corners with your case to make up elsewhere isn’t always worth it. From a visual standpoint, super cheap cases usually look and feel the part.
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Cooler Master HAF XB Chassis Review

28 March 2013
  • Conclusion: I really enjoyed working with the HAF XB, and I have no doubt that Cooler Master has got a really unique product here, of course you only have to take one look at it to realise that. There are many other test benches available on the market, yet I can’t say I’ve ever seen one like this as its more common place for a test bench to have no side panels and be more of an open box, much like the Cooler Master Lab Testbench .
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Cooler Master HAF XB

19 March 2013
  • Excerpt: You may be aware that everything contained within the HAF product line is geared towards the gamer and enthusiast and this new product is no different. The XB can play the role of the gamer rig as well as an open-air test bench. That’s right you can open up the sides and remove the top panel and have the ideal test bench platform.
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Cooler Master HAF XB LAN Box Review

27 February 2013
  • Conclusion: The Cooler Master HAF XB LAN Box is the latest product in the HAF series of cases. It is billed as both a LAN box and a test bench. At first I wasn’t quite sure what to think of it, but after reviewing this case I think Cooler Master has a solid product on their hands. The case is roomy which allowed me to swap out components without taking the whole thing apart except for the power supply, but even swapping a power supply was not a difficult task.
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Overall 9

Cooler Master HAF XB High Performance LAN Enclosure Review

21 February 2013
  • Summary: Setting a system up won’t be a problem and the chassis is easy to customize if you need to adapt an installation. The enclosure worked quite well with any of the all in one integrated liquid cooling systems, even the larger 240mm Thermaltake BigWater 2.0 unit we used. It also keeps air moving efficiently, cooling the system well right out of the box. With just a couple LED fans installed, your HAF XB will turn plenty of heads.
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Overall 10

Cooler Master HAF XB Case Video Review

6 February 2013
  • Summary: The Cooler Master HAF XB Case is a very unique case because of its styling. The square design allows easy access to the inside of the case, two 120mm fans are included & many more can be installed, there are hot swap bays, a 240mm radiator can be mounted at the front, plenty of ventilation and much more. With that being said, this is more of an enthusiast case or test bench, but it totally rocks.
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Overall 9

Cooler Master HAF XB Review

5 February 2013
  • Conclusion: In a world dominated by rectangular mid-towers, the HAF XB's squarish design is refreshing, and the fact that Cooler Master pulled it off without any major drawbacks makes this a very attractive option for gamers on the go or enthusiasts with a taste for the unusual. In short, it's the best LAN-friendly case we've worked with, we're attracted to its well-balanced aesthetics, it covers just about everything we'd want in an top-end chassis besides its limited support for...
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Overall 9

Cooler Master HAF XB

17 January 2013
  • Summary: The Cooler Master HAF XB clocks in at a good price right out of the gates - even as a traditional chassis and not a test bench. The fact that it is also intended as a bench means that Cooler Master aimed to combine the best of both worlds, and they have done so quite well, I might add! On top of that, you may carry the system around easily thanks to the handles - while its internals are still protected. Try doing that with a Dimastech unit.
  • Pros: Very good price, Well shuffled interior, Large handles make it quite easy to transport, Three panels of the case can be removed, Removable motherboard tray, Two hard drive hot-swap bay with well-engineered trays, Can hold four additional 2.5" and two 5.25" drives, Can fit 120 or 240 mm radiators, Front drive-bay covers easily removable, Two 120 mm fans, well-balanced in terms of noise/air flow, Plenty of zip ties and routing possibilities for cables, Large power butto...
  • Cons: Not as accessible as pure test benches, 2.5" bays hard/nearly impossible to fill, No USB 2.0 - may be of interest for testers, Screw-less system does not work that well for ODDs, No dust filter on some intake fan locations, Rear motherboard area recessed, No 140 or 280 radiator support, No external 3.5" bay, No internal 3.5" bays
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