Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF 912 (RC-912)
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although great has some cons
22 October 2014
Summary: This is my first case, although great has some cons. Pros -Very roomy (building it went smoothly and so did cable management) -many drive bays. -keeps parts cool. -parts arent noisy. -easy to remove panels(love the thumb screws) -good cable management. -screwless hard disk mounts. -can use 200m fans Cons -Pretty heavy(if you move your computer a lot for stuff like lan parties, itll be a pain) -no usb 3.0 header this is a great case for $55 and the pros really outway the...
Top mount fans+rear mount CPU cooler is a no-go...but other wise its a great case
Amazon Customer, Amazon
23 August 2014
Summary: Only reason for 4 starts instead of 5: Mounting a CPU cooler (one fan) in the rear fan mounting space requires the removal of either the 200mm fan on the top or one of the 120mm fans on top if you plan on using 2 120's. Long story short: the CPU cooler will take up just enough space that it bumps into the top mounted fan closest to the rear (200mm or the rear most 120mm). An extra inch lower for the Rear fan munt would cure this...Cooler Master are you listening?
Summary: This case is a nice budget case that I've been able to find for assembling your own computer. The case has very little flex in it, and is made of a good strong plastic. However, being made of plastic, this case can accumulate dust and fingerprints quite easily. It also has very little room on the right panel for cable management, so i would suggest a modular or semi-modular power supply for this case to help with cable management.
Summary: When updating my PC, I downsized from a 6 year old Fullsize-tower Cosmos S case to this. First, I have to hand it to Cooler Master; they make excellent fans and cases, and I've never had a problem with any of their products. My ATX board, Thermaltake Water 2.0 CPU cooler, GTX 550Ti, and CX600 watt PSU dropped right into the case without a problem and there's a lot of room left over. There's much more room in this case than most other Midsize-towers.
Summary: I love this case, looks good, great airflow, sturdy, slots for more fans than anything else I have seen. Runs on my 500 watt power supply. Just one thing... USE THE ROUND HEADED SCREWS!!!! the diamond headed screws get stuck and aren't intentended for mounting the motherboard!