Vaguely thinking of getting new PC. Limited choice of cases from custom-build vendor. Keep being drawn to HAF X, because it actually works out adding very little proportionally to cost of system compared to lesser cases, and it does have very good build quality. However it's only going to be a modest system (i5 3750k, 660ti/7950 at most) and I'll likely never go SLI/CF. So this seems embarassingly over-the-top, like [insert some car-related analogy, invovling a feeble engine in a high-performance body, here] and I worry the solitary gfx card will die of loneliness in its cavernous interior. But I still keep coming back to it as the price difference works out far less than I'd have thought once you add in the cost of the fans that other cases don't include as standard, plus I do want a side-window (which many lesser cases the vendor vends, including the other HAFs, lack - the 912 advanced, sadly, isn't widely available here). Also the HAF X-M is, puzzlingly to me, almost as large and costly as the X anyway. One thing I was wondering - would the excessive cooling of the HAF X with my undemanding components mean I could run the fans on lowest possible level and have a quieter system than if I went for a smaller case with smaller fans? And if anyone has a HAFX with only one gfx card, do you just think 'wow, that case looks good' or do you regret it and wonder why you chose such a stupidly huge case?