I’ve just posted a rather large review, 8 pages in fact of the new Cooler Master HAF XB case over on TestFreaks, so stop by when you get a chance..
" 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. Just because it’s a test bench doesn’t mean that the average user can’t use it, in fact being a test bench allows you to fully open it up and get inside making installation of you system just that much easier. The HAF XB is small in size but it’s got a lot of room inside thanks to the excellent design of it. The HAF XB allows you to use even the largest video cards and you can easily fit three of them inside for a nice gaming system. The case comes with two fans pre-installed but there is room for more if you need more cooling, and the case can be used with liquid cooling as well or any combination thereof. It’s from Cooler Master so you know it’s a quality made case, and that HAF XB is that and more. The case is very well designed to maximize all of the available space and still make it easy to install even the highest end systems in it. So read on for a rather lengthy review of the HAF XB…"
“Up for review today I have another CPU cooler, but this one is liquid based. Cooler Master has sent over the Seidon 120XL all-in-one liquid cooling system which is a closed loop setup that requires virtually no maintenance from the end user besides blowing the dust out of of the radiator every once in a while. The Seidon 120XL features the ability to use one of two of the included 120mm fans, how many you use will depend on your needs of course, but I found that using either one of two the Seidon is very quiet and performs extremely well at keeping the CPU cool either at stock or even at overclocked speeds. The Seidon 120XL is very well made and fairly easy to install as well. So read on to learn more and how everything works… “
"Cooler Master has recently introduced the CM Storm QuickFire TK mechanical keyboard which is a compact gaming keyboard with backlighting and a few other features. It’s a mechanical keyboard but Cooler Master gives you a choice when it comes to what type of keys you want or prefer, you can get Cherry MX Blue, Red or even Brown and for my review they sent over the Blue version. The QuickFire TK also features LED backlighting that mostly matches the type of keys you selected, blue for blue, red for red but you get white backlighting if you select Cherry MX Brown keys. The blue keys that I got with this QuickFire TK are the the very clicky ones and offer a lot of tactile feedback while typing, this is something that I personally prefer, you may not so that’s why Cooler Master gives you a choice. So read on to learn more about the other features of this great mechanical keyboard and see what I think about it… "
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