Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF 922 (RC-922M)
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Nice and roomy design, but somewhat loud fans
9 October 2013
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.
Great case, but some improvements could be made on the 923
26 August 2013
Summary: All metal exterior, with the exception of the front bezel, with an extremely durable powder coat (my screwdriver slipped wile working, didn't leave a mark). Power/reset button are on the front of the top.
Summary: I own two of these cases. One is the blue LED version (this product) with the plexiglass side window. The other is the red LED version with a vent mesh side panel. The case comes with 3 fans total. A single 120mm exhaust fan at the rear and two 200mm fans, front and top.
Pros: Unsurpassed Airflow
Cons: Caddy's for HDD's poorly designed, grommets delicate
Summary: Over all it's a great case for the money. Great cooling which means a lot of air movement. Also this mid tower case is bigger then most. Real close to being a full tower. So make sure you have the room for the case. Just wish they would move the HDD mounting rack 1 inch towords the left panel.
Pros: Size. Holds all of my HDD's and SDD's. Modular PS mounts on the bottom. Great cooling setup.
Cons: They left a lot of extra room for a water based cooling system on the right side panel. But not enought room for the power cables going to the HDD's. I have two SSD's and two HDD's in RAID 1 setup. Placing the right side panel back on is hard. I am worried that the power cables might crimp. What ...
Summary: I own two of these cases. One is the red LED version (this product), and the other the blue LED version with the plexiglass side window. The case comes with 3 fans total. A single 120mm exhaust fan at the rear and two 200mm fans, front and top.
Cons: Nothing except for the plastic top on the front that houses the power button. When I received my case I opened the box and some small plastic pieces slid out, all the connectors for that plastic top part where completely broken so only the wires and gravity are holding it on. Not sure whether UPS...
Summary: Everything about this case is awesome, fans are huge, roomy easy access and very solid. the only problem is the top plastic plate, its held to the case by weak plastic tabs that broke before i opened the box.
Summary: Hey,I liked the 1st one I bought for my second build ever.Works great for a few drives and MB,plus SLi w/o room for an add-on sound card (really). Check out my earlier previously previous review...heh heh. PL4Y B3YOND Online wise..
Pros: All inclusive...in a fine basic way.For the money.
Cons: Interior paint or lack of.Space between PSU and Sound Card...none.Dust filters...not really required if PMCS is used.
Summary: Good deal, arrived in good shape on Mon. after a Thu. order. Suggestion on opening box . after tape on top is cut, invert box over a padded area, rug or a bed. Unit should slowly slip out of the box surrounded by the styrofoam blocks.
Pros: As the title says, big, black, blue, and roomy. Much more roomy than the case it replaces, a CoolerMaster Centurion. LIke the idea of cable management. Being able to hide much of the cables' length makes the layout of the system less cluttered and easier to work on. Huge 200mm fans are almost sil...
Cons: Minor con; I would like to see the Power and HDD LED's on the front panel. rather than on the top. Seated in my chair, I can't tell when the HD's are being accessed. Also, the top-mounted USB ports cause interference with the use of any optical drives installed as devices plugged to them have cab...