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     Computex: CoolerMaster’s no frills casing
      Posted on 03/06/2008 at 21:05 by Damien
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    CoolerMaster has introduced a new casing at the Computex, the HAF. It has no real innovation on the technical level with its simple metal design, basic organization, and theoretically efficient cooling given the enormous fans (implying that noise levels were maybe not a priority). So why release such a casing and why are we talking about it? Because the particularity is that it is somewhat of a "return to the past" in terms of its design which is rather industrial, robust and simple. This is something to satisfy gamers and overclockers that do not wanted an “aerodynamic” casing which is generally the current trend and prefer a more "technical" no frills look. According to Coolermaster, it’s a group that has been largely ignored.



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