Cooler Master HAF 912 Case Review

 
 
 
Cooler Master HAF 912 Case rated TBA by 3dGameMan.com

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Review category: Cases
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The Cooler Master HAF 912 Case might  be a budget product, but it big on features. As a matter of fact, this is one of the best bang for the buck cases on the planet, hands down. This case will undoubtedly be a huge hit amongst cost conscious enthusiasts.


 

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Anonymous

Just wondering if this case can fit... lets say:

HIS 5970
&
Crosair TX 750

Thank in advance

Anonymous

newegg.com wrote:
Support for Long Graphics Card
The Cooler Master HAF 912 supports high-end graphics cards like ATI HD 5970 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX480 after the removal of the 3.5’’ HDD cage.

If you're going to buy a 5970 though, you should really buy a better case.

Anonymous

Just wondering if this case can fit... lets say:

HIS 5970
&
Crosair TX 750

Thank in advance

Anonymous

This case is kick ass!

Anonymous

I think this thing looks to be top of the line.

Anonymous

This thing looks like its made cheap, I bet if you drop it by accident it breaks entirely. Nice cheap plastic

Anonymous

why would you be walking around with your case...

Anonymous

This thing looks cool, is it cool? Is this case good for overclocking?

Anonymous

I like to pay 200 bucks for a case, cuz I'm a rich kid who likes to brag about having an expensive case!

Anonymous

I like it, it 60 bucks which is what all cases should cost in the first place. 100 plus bucks for a case is a rip off! This is best case ever made!

Anonymous

nice shirt :D

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i dont like coolermaster really all there stuff as just felt to cheaply made for me really i have used them in the past and they never last long there fans and cases have always failed me in the past but thats just me

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Still no answer, why is the black interrior so important?

3dGameMan
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It's mainly the look. Having the case painted on the inside just looks finished and much more pleasing to the eye.

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CM is making 3 versions of this case. North America gets the cheapest one while Europe gets a slightly nicer model with black painted interior. Finally Asia gets the top version with black painted interior and a side panel window.
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cases/2010/09/06/cooler-master-haf-912-first-look/1

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NICE review rodney!!!!!! Looks like a really nice case.. im getting the great-grandpa of HAF, the 942 codename "X"

GREEN FIRE!!!!!!

Anonymous

The thing is why don't these manufacturers make one kick ass case that can have 4 way sli and a bunch of things and look good so you can buy a case and keep it for like 10 years and only buy one case like is going to happen soon with usb 3.0 and you might need some front panel connections.

For me the best case so far is the Corsair 800D but it can't fit that many graphic cards but that's fine because i'll probably never have more than 2 in there at the same time.

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Silverstone TJ07 is better than this overpriced crap of 800D.

Anonymous

The thing is why don't these manufacturers make one kick ass case that can have 4 way sli and a bunch of things and look good so you can buy a case and keep it for like 10 years and only buy one case like is going to happen soon with usb 3.0 and you might need some front panel connections.

For me the best case so far is the Corsair 800D but it can't fit that many graphic cards but that's fine because i'll probably never have more than 2 in there at the same time.

Anonymous

Cheap case... dont like it at all... you gen get better cases for the money.

Anonymous

this case is crap. for $60 dollars u get no fans. If you add in a 200mm + a 120mm it will cost up to 90...rather buy a dam HAF 922 with included fan

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sry for the double post.

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idd, it's a budget case but for 60$ i still prefer my NZXT Lexa S it's 62€ and it has plenty of fans with black interior.
btw, rodney you really like removable motherboard tray don't you?

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Why is it a problem if the interrior is not black? You won`t see it anyway...

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That has some pretty good features for a budget case.

Cooler Master have been making some great stuff recently.

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perhaps I spoke too soon... if it really is $60 then maybe the styling can be overlooked considering its features.

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Yea, this case has MASSIVE bang for the buck ;)

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Video Review should be up in an hour or so :)

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Another HAF Product O_o
912 , so Little brother to 922...
Btw , nice shirt Rodney.

If it's worth doing , it's worth over-doing it :)

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Yea... the budget HAF 932 & HAF 922 offspring ;)

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It's important for everything to keep in mind that this is a budget case, with a MSRP of $59.99.

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unpainted interior = fail

ATX
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Why would you need a painted interior if they're is no window? Do it yourself if it bothers you.. It is meant to be a budget case...

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Sorry if I double posted there my internet is really slow. I guess its a matter of personal preference... I would get a NZXT Gamma over this any day.

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Keep in mind that this is a budget case ;)

ATX
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Rodney, do you know what will be the price point?

3dGameMan
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Yepper, the MSRP is $59.99

ATX
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Wow that's pretty decent! Definitely a part of my next build. Thanks for your reply :)

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The Unboxing video will be posted soon and the video review will follow later this evening.

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I can't wait! The case looks really nice, I was planning to use it for my next build; the review will help me decide whether it is worth buying or not.

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GREEN FIRE!!!!!!

Anonymous

GREEN FIRE!

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GREEN FIRE!

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YES! YES! YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!