Coolermaster HAF 922 Review


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.



  • 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



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