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Cooler Master HAF XB RC-902XB-KKN1 ATX Computer Case Black *No PSU*

Cooler Master HAF XB RC-902XB-KKN1 ATX Computer Case Black *No PSU*
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Chris_W Feb 03, 2013 08:36 AM Reply | Bookmark
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I'm thinking about buying this for a high end(ish) gaming rig. There could be a chance that I may go SLI/Crossfire in the future and I'd like to 'future proof' as it were with an appropriate power supply but considering sizes, I was wondering if anyone could recommend a few. I know my current 1000w won't fit so I'd like to be around the 850w+ range, excluding the Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1000W I've already seen which is too big. Thanks in advance.

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Chris_W Feb 15, 2013 10:54 AM Reply | Bookmark
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AEO Feb 15, 2013 11:48 AM Reply | Bookmark
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says 180mm max length

Since there aren't that many 850W and over PSUs, just look at their dimensions. It should be pretty easy to search this yourself, no?

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Chris_W Feb 15, 2013 12:05 PM Reply | Bookmark
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If you take a look at many PSU's, you'll find that they neglect to actually say the size of the unit other than the fan inside of it thus it doesn't make it particularly easy. Thanks for the help, all. I can't wait to toss my rig in this case at some point. Going to be spectacular! Might even do a build log on the LTT forum.

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Chris_W Feb 21, 2013 02:28 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Has anyone actually put a 180mm PSU in this case? I'm curious what little is left over for cables and what sort of a struggle it might be with going to the max size. If need be, could the cage in front of it be removed? I've been trying to find clear enough images that show the bottom of the case underneath to see what is used for bolting; either screws or those PITA rivets. Finding myself at a loss here so any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Chris W.

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Ray_W Feb 21, 2013 05:16 PM Reply | Bookmark
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I looked inside mine, the cage is held in with rivets. A 180mm psu would leave you about 4 cm clearance for psu cables, while still allowing sata cables to be plugged in, right angle sata cords will not fit here because the pcb sata ports are stacked vertically.

The psu installs from the outside so it's easy enough to hook up the drive bay sata/molex connectors then slide the psu in after.

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Chris_W Feb 21, 2013 06:47 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Thanks for the reply, Ray. I was asking about the cage as I was simply thinking about taking it out to accommodate a bigger power supply. If I may ask, what make and wattage do you have in your rig? I've kind of got my heart set on this case and already have a bunch of exterior mods planned out in my head for it, not to mention that the smaller form factor than my thermaltake armor+ will make it easier on me. lol.

The thermaltake toughpower 1000w I have right now is just too dang big for this case thus I was thinking about a corsair hx1050 or maybe the M2 1000w coolermaster.. I think it's an M2. I'll edit this in a moment if I'm wrong. Not only will my current rig be going into this case but hopefully any other PC I build in the future as I see this case being in it for the long hall with me.

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Ray_W Feb 21, 2013 07:48 PM Reply | Bookmark
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It's ok to drill out the rivets, the cage doesn't support any part of the case frame. I'm using a Seasonic G-550 in mine. You would have to find a way to attach the drive covers though.

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Mannyboy Feb 24, 2013 06:03 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Hi, no need to worry about your power supply's length, 180mm max that is about 8 inches, I got Antec 1200 watt in this case which is 9 inches. No drilling nor any modification done. Manny

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