At the back we can get a good overall look at some features you'll not find on regular cases, clearly visible at the top we see three grommet holes for liquid cooling loops. You need to open up the hole yourself though, no rubber inserts have been delivered with the package unfortunately.
At the top side you can mounts a 120mm fan. The HAF XB has 7 expansion slots, this will allow you to go for two and three way SLI / CrossfireX configurations, all standard ATX and Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX board types will fit fine.
At the bottom we see space for the power supply, It looks a little weird but this way you can Mount very powerful kilowatt PSUs that are longer, typically 18 to 20 CM.
Here, the top side cover. A huge mesh that is all about ventilation alright. The top of the chassis can hold a massive optional 200mm fan. There is no dust filter under there.
There actually is an optional liquid cooling mount at the front side so even that is possible. Your limitation would be a dual 120mm radiator size.
The HAF XB has two USB 3.0 connectors, Audio In & Out x 1 (supports HD Audio). Here we also see the reset, power buttons.
The chassis rests on four rubber feet to prevent it from resonating. Underneath the PSU a mesh has been made with a dust filter applies to it. You can easily remove and clean it by pulling it out.
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