Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF 912 (RC-912)
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Support is Horrible.
Deborah L., Newegg
4 weeks ago
Summary: This company has great, original designs, and "sometimes" you can purchase limited replacement parts (if they are in stock) but what should probably be standard items like those pass thru grommets cannot be had via support or purchase - a real letdown.
Pros: Case is just what is claimed - excellent airflow, options for installation, etc.
Cons: Cooler Master support is just awful. I purchased two (2) of these from the egg as bundled gift projects for my kids. When my husband went to assemble them, we found the large rubber grommets on the rear of one (1) case missing, and the case was past the 30 day return. Try and get these from Cooler Master - they cannot be purchased for love or money. Finally, we ended up just covering the holes with duct tape, slitting the center with a razor, and then routing the wate...
Summary: Came in time stated quickly and in great condition with all hardware. The hardware provided was separated well and more than enough screws and nuts required which nowadays is unusual as most products they provide the bare necessities. The case was laid out very well and with intelligent forethought in the way it was engineered which is more than I can say about the vast number of products out there. Cooling layout was great. The quality for the cost is excellent.
Summary: I like this case so much I bought two of them. One to replace an old one, and another to build a new PC for a family member. Pros: - Nice airflow, dropped temperatures ~10 C - Plenty of space which makes working in it and cable management a lot easier - Spots for up to 4 more fans (or 3 if you use a 200 mm on top) - New fans run $12 for 4 of them - Solid build Cons: - USB 2.0 in front (I'm sure newer models have 3.0 but also cost more) - Only came with 2 fans, one in...
Summary: I think it looks nice but it is not meant to be stylish. Lots of space inside. The disk bays are well laid out. Came with plenty of hardware (screws and such). As the HAF name implies, good airflow, keeps my new PC cool. I added a hot swap disk cage which is part of the reason I like this case. It had just the right number of 5.25" external bays for the cage and a blu-ray drive.
Summary: This case is excellent. Lots of room. Will take a full size ATX board. Excellent air flow. Bottom mount power supply. Holds 6 each 3.5 inch drives with screw-less mounting included. Included 2 each 120 mm fans, one fan blows directly on the drives the other blows out of the back of the case. Very quiet.. It also holds 2 each 2.5 inch drives, in my setup 2 SSDs. It has room for 4 each 5.25 inch drives. One tool-less mounting included.. Check it out on the internet.
Excerpt: I’ve decided to start building a computer on my own.So why not start with the housing of the computer components as in the case . When I was roaming the internet looking for a computer case for my build, I looked through countless forums seeing the pros and cons of many good computer cases on a budget.
Summary: I have another one just like it. It is a well made case and is easy to wire(And to hide most of the wires) This model comes with 2 fans, 120mm front and 120 rear and I did install a big 200mm fan top side.
Summary: Case is good and plenty of room for ATX with a large CPU cooler, could have made the case size a bit smaller (bulky and plenty of space inside which is wasted). Quality is OK - maybe great for the price... Note the case fans included are quite loud and until I worked my MB Fan Expert sw could not get them to quite down. Now running at 30% (previously would not go below 60% which was very noisy) and makes them much quieter and tolerable.