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Cooler Master HAF XM Mid-Tower Case Review

Cooler Master HAF XM Mid-Tower Case Review

Cooler Master HAF XM Mid-Tower Case Review

Cooler Master HAF XM – Build Process

Cooler Master HAF XM installation Cooler Master HAF XM installation
We start our build by adding in a PSU before feeding some of the wires through to the back of the motherboard tray. Next we add in the appropriate motherboard standoffs before placing our board on them. Worth noting at this point is the large amount of space visible with an ATX board installed which makes the install easier.

Our next step was to install an optical drive and to do this we simply pop off the the drive cover and slide the unit into place. A quick flick of the drive securing mechanism completes that process. Hard drive installation is a case of removing the caddy and screwing 2.5" devices in place or clipping in 3.5" models with the option for screws to add stability if needed. At this point we can wire the majority of our components which is easier due to the wiring holes provided by Cooler Master.

Cooler Master HAF XM installation

Installation of add-in cards is a simple process with all high end graphics cards supported. Just unscrew the bracket cover, insert the card(s) and screw in place. Other than some minor wiring that completes the install, taking around 1.5 hours from start to finish and the end result is a tidy, spacious build.

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