Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF 922 (RC-922M)
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Cooler Master HAF 922
24 May 2009
Summary: The Cooler Master HAF 922 is not only smaller and thus more portable than the bigger 932, but it also improves things on many fronts. The case has the same, great and detailed exterior design and even manages to change some of the slightly boring aspects to the better.
Pros: Great looks with a few very nice details, Solid materials and well constructed, Plenty of space, Pushes lots of air - 2x 200 mm, Top fan may be replaced by 120 mm units - great for radiators, Screw-less system for optical drives, Simple but well constructed hard drive trays, Front covers can easi...
Cons: Fairly heavy, Fans are quite loud, Plenty of openings means that the noise of internal parts may be a problem
Summary: The HAF-922 midi tower from Coolermaster is in my opinion a very nice chassis indeed. The build quality and construction is very good, and what's more it offers nice features, great looks as well as good air-flow.
Pros: - Good build quality, - Compact Midi Tower, - Good air-flow and cooling, - Red LED fans, - Screwless Design, - Optional windowed side panel, - 5 x 5.25" bays, - 5 x 3.5" bays
Conclusion: The price and size reduction of the 922 should have found it inferior to the older HAF 932 but the truth is that this newer mid tower chassis is a great improvement implementing new features and yet still retaining the characteristic shape seen before albeit a little toned down.
Pros: Upgraded interior, Dust filters now included, Toned down exterior, Great installation methods, Cable management catered for very well