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Old 12th May 2009, 09:40   #1
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Unfortunately, there are still some flaws with the HAF series of cases, and the most imperative is probably the lack of any dust filters for your system. With so much air being drawn into the case, itís going to attract dust at a unruly rate.
http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Ha...aster_haf_922/

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I can't say I'm too surprised. With the Cooler Master HAF (High Air Flow) 932 being a top tier case, I expected great things from the mid tower case. With two 230mm fans, one 120mm fan that alone provide decent airflow and passage, the case also has a lot of potential for cable management, as there are a few areas behind the motherboard tray as well as in any unused HDD cages to store any unused power cables. The looks are not too bad either. It has a rugged "industrial" look that a few people might enjoy. Its also has a lot of room to work with. With the 3.5" and 5.25" drive bays being tool free and having a power supply installed at the bottom of the case, everything should be plain sailing from the start
http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...aster_haf_922/

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Iím sure at this point in time you have seen images or caught wind of just how good the HAF 933 from CoolerMaster is. Most times when I see people asking for a roomy case with good to great airflow, the HAF name is soon to follow as a great bang for the buck full tower chassis. While this case is in fact roomy and allows for endless mod possibilities, from what I gather itís a love hate relationship with the overall looks of the HAF 933. I personally donít mind the overall design but it has been referenced to a gas can in a few threads I read. Regardless of looks, the HAF covers all of my basic issues I faced with my previous cases.

Maybe the looks of the 933 arenít exactly what you desire. Maybe the 933 is a little large to fit your space requirements. Never fear, CoolerMaster has brought other solutions based on the HAF 933 case that is already available to the market. This Time CoolerMaster brings a slightly smaller version of the HAF 933 and is soon to release the officially named HAF 922, or "mini HAF" as it has also been referred to in articles up to this point.
http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/275...ase/index.html

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Cooler Master has made their name producing PC cases for gamers that provide good cooling along with innovative styling. This past August Cooler Master introduced a new case called the HAF 932, HAF being an acronym for High Air Flow. If all of their cases have top of the line cooling, what is it they considered high air flow? With 4 fans adding up to 830mmís of fan along with a ton of mesh the HAF defiantly lived up to its name. Of course with it being a full sized case there was a demand for a mid tower version. Today we have the unique opportunity to look at what Cooler Master designed to fill that gap before you can even buy it in stores. Today we take a look at the HAF 922 and find out if it will live in the shadow of its big brother, or make a name for itself also.
http://lanoc.org/reviews/cooler-master-haf-922/

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When Cooler Master released their HAF 932 full-tower last fall, it was well-received for its overall design, build quality, impressive cooling-ability and, to some, aesthetics. With the success of that case, CM has followed-up with a mid-tower version that follows many similar design cues, but happens to look even better, and costs less.
http://techgage.com/article/cooler_m...922_mid-tower/
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Late last year we took a look at what became our most beloved full size ATX case, the Cooler Master HAF 932. This aggressive looking chassis was well built from both an aesthetic and design perspective. With loads of great features on offer, the HAF 932 was made even more impressive by its affordable price tag.

Then last month Cooler Master announced the arrival of the HAF 922 mid tower case, trying to build on the success of the original full ATX case, now on a more compact version.

The HAF 922 is based on the same High Air Flow (HAF) design, supporting up to 7 large low-RPM fans, tool-less expansion bays and slots, and smart design meant to optimize air flow. But certainly the key changes revolve around the size and weight of the case. The HAF 922 is not a great deal smaller than the HAF 932, though it is about 30% lighter, which should make the HAF 922 a more popular choice among gamers that like to move their computer around regularly.
http://www.techspot.com/review/165-c...aster-haf-922/

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With the HAF 922, Cooler Master has delivered a great product in a
smaller size without losing any key features. You still get great cooling and
the tool free design of the HAF 932 but in a smaller package.
http://www.overclockersonline.net/?p...icles&num=2771

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The Cooler Master HAF 922 Mid-Tower case is an excellent choice for gamers, enthusiasts, or anybody who wants to have a great looking case while also keeping their components cool. Installing components is nearly tool-less, and the only time you will need any tools will be when you mount your motherboard and power supply.
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