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Cooler Master Silent pro hybrid 1300w in the Corsair 800D case

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April 6, 2013 9:39:49 AM

So I got my new PSu now all thats left is to pick a new case and I was thinking of getting the 800D but it says that it can fit ATX PSU's but my psu says Intel ATX 12V V2.3 & SSI EPS 12V V2.92. So will it fit? I know the question sounds a bit stupid, but this is my first build so I don't want to mess it up.
April 6, 2013 10:43:06 AM


I think the Corsair looks better but the HAF-X has much better air cooling capabilities. The Corsair is bad at moving air unless you turn the fans right up. The cooler Master HAF X case is possibly one of the most popular high end computer gaming cases on the market today, and that’s because it’s damn good. Starting with the appearance of this case, it’s absolutely stunning. The entire “tank like” chassis is finished in black and wrapped in some very high quality steel and plastic. As its name, high air flow, implies, the major selling point of this case is in its top notch cooling performance. Up front through the mesh grill you get a 230mm red LED lit fan sucking plenty of air into the case while up top you also get a large 200mm fan complemented with another 140mm fan to round out the exhaust system. On one side of the case you also get a large window covering 3/4 of the sidepanel allowing you to show off your components, while the other 1/4 of the window houses an extra large 200mm intake fan for unprecedented graphics card cooling performance.

Of course, the case also features some other pretty sweet features such as USB 3.0 front headers, full support for every motherboard size between mATX to XL-ATX, excellent cable management, tool free installation, SLI/Crossfire support, and even casters so you can roll this badboy around.It's up to you just throwing another option out there.Anyway,best of luck!!
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