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The mid-tower HAF 912 is already selling for $59.99. Bearing a striking resemblance to the 922, the 912 is only marginally narrower and shorter at 19" x 9" x 19.5". However the 912 deviates from previous HAF models in other ways, such as losing some of the tool-less capabilities, while picking up support for 2.5" drive mounting, a popular option of SSD use. Air flow is also somewhat reduced, with only two 120mm fans included, rather than the large 200mm ones we've grown used to seeing in the HAF series.
Good cooling performance.
Good cable management.
Lots of features.
Great gaming rig look.
Room for 11 devices.
Tool free HDD installation.
Can fit up to 13" GPU and 170mm CPU cooler.
Ample options for wire management.
Support for SSD installation.
Modular 3.5" drive bay.
Only two fans.
No thumbscrews for the expansion bays.
Plain finished interior.
Not enough hard drive damping.
Only one toolless 5.25" bay.
A screwdriver required to install most hardware.
By TechSpot on September 10, 2010
The Cooler Master HAF 912 creates a new spot at the lower range of cases available in the HAF series. Although seemingly stripped down to the bare essentials, the 912 still shares the rugged good looks and high cooling potential of its larger siblings...
By APC Magazine on April 16, 2011
From a distance, the HAF 912 looks like someone got one of those ultra-chunky rubber iPhone cases, stuck it in the expander-matron, and stretched it around a PC case. Sadly, the HAF is made of plastic, not rubber, but it still looks like it could take...
By TweakNews on January 18, 2011
Cooler Master's HAF 912 has proven to be a worthy addition to the HAF legacy, providing a budget, mid-tower chassis entry into the series with design elements and features seldom found in its price niche. While users will need to add a fan or two to...
By Neoseeker on January 10, 2011
In summary, Cooler Master's 912 HAF is quite the exceptional little case. For a mid-tower it is capable of comfortably stuffing a crazy number of hard drives and other hardware under the hood. Some of the clearances on the SSD's cage and the...
By Motherboards.org on November 16, 2010
One of the issues with modern computers has been airflow and cooling. The latest generation of NVIDIA video cards, the GeForce GTX480 has been jokingly referred to as the graphics card that can fry an egg. CPUs are getting increasingly large amounts...
By Pureoverclock on October 08, 2010
Aesthetically speaking, the HAF 912 is very similar to its other siblings, and either you like the aggressive styling or you don’t. There are obviously some folks waning on fence, but I personally think this style is appealing to the gamer crowd...
By ThinkComputers on October 04, 2010
The HAF 912 was designed to give you the best bang for your buck when it came to features and performance. While the HAF has the capabilities to support the latest features, it lacks some visual appearance. The case was specifically designed for this...
By Modders-Inc on September 26, 2010
The HAF 912 is an well engineered case that honestly does not deserve the "budget" moniker, but it's pricing will put it there. It frankly has many features found on higher end cases that cost much more money. It's aggressive design and...
By Hardware Secrets on September 09, 2010
The Cooler Master HAF 912 is an amazing product for its price tag, and will please all users looking for a good-quality, inexpensive case. The “weak points” listed below are just a list of what is missing in the reviewed case; we know that...
By Overclockers Club on September 08, 2010
As I stated in my thoughts on the last page, the addition of two or three more fans to the HAF 912 would certainly improve the case's performance. This case definitely has potential for being a solid performer, it just lacks airflow out of the box...
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