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Cable management is very easy to use.
Completely tooless design.
USB, and eSATA ports.
On / Off Forward LED Switch.
Prettier than its predecessor.
Very Good Airflow, Extremely Quiet.
Toolless HDD and 5.25" Bays.
No Dust Filters.
We could use more LEDs.
Interior is unpainted.
A side fan would be nice.
Cannot mount rad in the top of the case.
Not all of the HAF932s features are present.
Powerswitch placed on the roof of the case
No Carrying Handle.
Only One Red LED Fan.
Should be E-ATX ready.
By TechSpot on May 12, 2009
The Cooler Master HAF 922 retains most of the features that made the original model great, offering a smaller and lighter chassis that sticks to the winning formula brought with the HAF 932. Although the modified looks of the HAF 922 fall in the...
By X-bit Labs on August 26, 2011
The first thing we want to note in this conclusion is that each of the three tested system cases is capable of being an easy-to-use enclosure for computer components and providing sufficient cooling for them. However, each of them has certain...
By UMLan on September 22, 2010
Coolermaster did a great job of welcoming me to the computer building world with this great case! The massive fans on this thing keep my system cool all day long. There was plenty of room to work in and I never once felt cramped putting together this...
By Rage3D on June 15, 2010
CoolerMasterBoth cases offer excellent cooling options. Out of the box, the HAF 932 is far superior to the 922 thanks to it's included side mounted 230mm fan. You really don't need anything extra with the 932 to get the best cooling capacity. It...
By K.S. Studios on March 18, 2010
After spending some time with Cooler Master's original HAF932, I was looking forward to testing the latest HAF922 case. This version has a much smaller footprint that it's big brother, but still has ample room for the largest components. The...
By TheTechLounge on December 02, 2009
The Cooler Master HAF 922 is a bold case that doesn't compromise in its scale. It's got everything covered that a hardware enthusiast would need, but priced more towards someone working on a budget. And it does it without losing much by the way...
By Guru of 3D on November 13, 2009
Along with the development of electronics over the past years, the more simple products like chassis design, are changing every year as well. Design is very susceptible to the time we live in. Right now, more simple, not too flashy is a trend, and...
By 3dGameMan on November 03, 2009
Video Review: Like it's big brother the HAF 932, the Cooler Master HAF 922 Case has the same military theme, great styling, excellent build quality, lots of fans, plenty of drive bays and much more. If you are in the market for a Mid-Tower case be...
By Real World Labs on October 15, 2009
Although the HAF 922 is not as big and so as spacious as the HAF 932 Cooler Master has improved it a bit by removing the plastic locking mechanism found on the expansion slots and replacing it with thumb screws, adding a better fan on the...
By Maximum PC on October 12, 2009
And now for something rather similar Cooler Master wowed us last year with its full-tower HAF 932, which garnered Maximum PC’s coveted Kick Ass Award (November 2008). Now we’ve gotten our hands on the midtower version of the HAF, the 922,...
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