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Order Code: CM-HAFXM
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HAF XM - a "mid tower" version of the HAF X, which comes with full tower features for PC enthusiasts. It supports up to four 200mm fans to keep constant cooling while housing high-end components, such as AMD Radeon HD 7970 and NVIDIA GTX 580. It also supports up to 9 HDDs and 8+1 expansion slots for 3-Way SLI/CF. The smart design of latch on side panel and sliding PSU cable cover ensures the convenience and neatness of system building. Additionally, HAF XM is equipped with two USB 3.0 ports for faster data transfer. The side window panel offers the best inner view for system.
|Supports two X-Dock slots (3.5" HDD / 2.5" SSD support)
||Supports two USB 3.0 ports; LED switch for the front fan
Top compartment for placing personal belongings
|Latch on side panel for easy removal||PSU cable sliding cover for system neatness
Supports up to 463.0mm/18.2” in length after removing the 1st HDD cage
|Supports one 2.5” SSD behind M/B tray||Rear tubing holes for liquid cooling kit
|Dimensions||252(W) x 530.5(H) x 579(D)mm|
|Form Factor||Full ATX Tower|
|Max Graphics Card Size||463mm (No HDD Cage)|
Front: 1 x 200mm Red LED
Top: 1 x 200mm
Rear: 1 x 140mm
|Optional Fans||Top: 1 x 200mm
HDD Cage: 1 x 120mm
|Audio In/Out||1 (HD Audio)|
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