Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF 922 (RC-922M)
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5 March 2014
Summary: The last case Ill ever buy...well there are som better ones lets face it...but I got this on sale and its pretty sweet...tool less usb 3.0...uh the side panels can be a pain sliding them on...buy an extra fan for the side...avoid leaving your drink on top like I did...
Summary: I'm not a pro computer builder by any means, but I decided to go ahead and build my new PC. I did a lot of research over what case I needed and wanted. I ended up getting this one and I couldn't be happier! Everything was real simple to put together and I love the red lights. It is rather large though so be sure you double check the dimensions!
Summary: Amazing, fixed my problem with an over heating GPU. Pros: Perfect, low temperatures and lots of room. Cons: The fan on the top of the case for rattles. Not that big of a deal and was an easy fix. (A small piece of tape) I would recommend this product to a everyone.
Summary: I bought this case very recently (off NewEgg, sorry Amazon) as an upgrade from the Cooler Master Elite 430 I had before, and threw in 3 Cooler Master Megaflow 200mm fans. Now, first off, this case is big. It's easily got 2 inches all around more than the Elite. The quality of the case is very nice, very strong. Heavy, but in a sturdy sense rather than weight.
Summary: OK. I loved how easy it was to assemble. Excellent cable management and plenty of room behind the motherboard. Very easy access to install and remove internal and external drives. Very high airflow. Rugged construction and bling-free look. The only down side is loud 200mm fans. I am spoiled by the Antec Big Boy. I had to install 12 to 5v mod to make these spin slower. They start fine at 5v (some 12v fans won't spin up at 5).
Summary: First of all, this case is for an enthusiast build. The HAF 922 is large for a mid tower case and from the pictures it is rather hard to tell. So make sure you have the depth and height clearance if desktop placement space is a problem. Inside there is plenty of room for multiple, modern graphics cards such as the GTX 760 and a large aftermarket CPU cooler.
Summary: This is my third Cooler Master HAF 922 case. I really like these cases. They are large enough to make for an easy build, but not a monster size. There is plenty of room to accommodate the longest video cards and lots of hard drive and optical drive slots. There is plenty of room and lots of tie down points between the right side case cover and motherboard mounting plate so wires can be routed out of sight.