February 15th, 2011

Coolermaster HAF 922

Coolermaster HAF 922 Review

Introduction

The Cooler Master HAF series began with the 932 which evoked mixed opinions among users and enthusiasts. The second edition in the series, with a similar imaginative name, the 922, has been adjusted a little making it into a slightly smaller Mid Tower chassis as well as allowing a price drop in the region of $20.

The difficulty in judging a case is that there is not a set of benchmark scores that determine a chassis’ “performance”. Conversely, a series of factors from ease of installation to aesthetics, the later being predominately user preference orientated, help to rate a particular case.

With Cooler Master’s vast experience in the chassis market, expectations are of an impressive showing that can compete on the level of the ATCS-840 and CM: Scout. Let’s see how it holds up.

Features

  • Extreme airflow, uncompromising cooling performance, ruggedly strong with outstanding protection
  • Accommodates demanding high-end components including full length graphics cards
  • LED ON/OFF switch for front 200 x 30 mm fan
  • Patented button design for easy maintenance of 5.25" drive devices
  • PSU bottom fan can be setup facing up or down to increase airflow throughout the case
  • Tool free installation
  • Includes cable management and CPU retaining hole for easy customizability
  • Spacious interior accommodates with the radiator
  • 7+1 PCI expansion slots for increased expandability

Specifications

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