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Cooler Master HAF 922 - Mid Tower Computer Case with High Airflow and USB 3.0

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  • Extreme cooling performance that support up to seven cooling fans top to bottom as well as accommodates three 200 x 30mm fans at minimized noise
  • CPU Cooler retaintion hole cutout design for quick CPU Cooler installation.
  • LED ON/OFF switch for front 200x30mm fan. Black interior
  • Patented button design for easy maintenance of 5.25¿ drive devices.
  • I/O panel offers two USB 3.0 ports, one 3.5 mm headphone input, one 3.5 mm microphone input, and one eSATA port
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Cooler Master
  • Model Number: RC-922M-KKN3-GP
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Supported Motherboard: ATX
  • Device Type: Cases
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Product Description

Product Description

Cooler Master HAF 922 RC-922M-KKN3-GP Mid Tower Computer Case with USB 3.0 Ports


Cooler Master HAF 922 - Mid Tower Computer Case with USB 3.0 Ports

Following the overwhelming success of the full tower HAF 932, Cooler Master extends the HAF (High Air Flow) line to a mid tower in the HAF 922. This beastly chassis comes with rugged looks, massive air flow, and Cooler Master's trademark intelligently designed interior. Building the mean, dream machine is now well within reach.

Supports up to 3 x 200mm fans to maximize airflow with minimal noise. Top and front 200mm fans are included.
Thoughtfully engineered to provide users with a spacious area to setup and install systems from the low to high-end.
Two ports are conveniently installed in the front panel to provide quick and easy access. These ports are backwards compatible with USB 2.0 devices.

What's Included

  • HAF 922
  • Parts Box
  • User Manual

HAF Series Comparison

This Model
HAF XB HAF 912 HAF 922 HAF 932 Adv. HAF XM HAF X (942)
Size LAN Box Mid Mid Full Mid Full
Dimensions 442 x 330 x 423 mm
17.4 x 13 x 16.7 in
230 x 480 x 496 mm
9.1 x 18.9 x 19.5 in
253 x 502 x 563 mm
10 x 19.7 x 22.2 in
243 x 560 x 564 mm
9.6 x 22 x 22.2 in
252 x 530.5 x 579 mm
9.9 x 20.9 x 22.8 in
230 x 550 x 590 mm
9.1 x 21.7 x 23.2 in
Expansion Slots 7 7+1 7 7 8+1 9
5.25" Bays
(Optical Drives)
2 4 5 5 3 6
3.5" Bays
(Hard Drives)
(from X-Dock)
1 Exposed
(converted from
one 5.25" bay)
6 hidden
5 Hidden;
1 Exposed
(Converted from
one 5.25" drive bay)
5 Hidden;
1 Exposed
(converted from
one 5.25" drive bay)
(6 Hidden,
5 Hidden
2.5" Bays
(Hard Drives
or SSDs)
(2 from X-Dock)
(converted from
5.25" bay)
4 hidden
(converted from
two 3.5" drive bay)
(6 are converted
from 3.5" bays,
X-Dock x 2,
1 is behind
the M/B tray)
(converted from
5.25" drive bay)
Side Panel Window Yes,
Optional Top Window
(Not Included)
No No Yes No Yes
All-In-One (AIO)
DIY Watercooling
Radiator Support
Single, Dual 120mm Single, Dual 120mm Single, Dual 120mm Single, Dual,
Triple 120mm / Single 140mm
Single, Dual 120mm / 140mm Single, Dual,
Triple 120mm / Single 140mm
Maximum CPU
Cooler Height
180 mm
7.1in w/o
Top 200mm fan
or 155mm / 6.1in
w/top 200mm fan
Maximum Graphics
Card Length
354mm / 13.9in
w/HDD cage
463mm / 18.2in
w/o HDD cage

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10 x 22.2 x 19.7 inches
Item Weight 19.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 24.5 pounds
Item model number RC-922M-KKN3-GP
Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 300 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #626 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Computer Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com June 2, 2009

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I saw the previous review and was really shocked that someone gave CoolerMaster a low score. Here's my own take on this.
I was deciding whether or not to build my 2nd custom PC system or get one pre-built online. When I was building the 'dream system', I saw this case as an option. After deciding between 932 and 922 (both are relatively new models) I decided to actually build my system myself (again!!!). I was previously using RaidMax (Sagita series) case and Antec. After I saw the 932 in person I was shocked at how much bigger the case was compared to my Raidmax, so I decided to get a 922 (which looks better by the way), and I'm glad I did! I'm a serious overclocker, having my fans running at 100% speed (sorry no liquid cooling here:)...yet). The salesman mentioned that this case is the quietest he's ever seen, and he was right! After overclocking my Core i7 and jumping the fan speed up to 100% I still couldn't hear the PC. It was much better than my old Antec case, and way-way better than Raidmax. Inside there are plenty of options on the setup, as I was easily able to include my CoolerMaster V8 fan control on the rear (by the PCI slots), and my GTX285 - there's room for 2 sli video cards, eventhough the manual says you can put 3 in tri-sli mode. There's even a cool button on the top of the case where you can turn on/off the red led light on the front fan. One of the things I wanted to mention is: if you decide to overclock your pc, you'll need to add more fans. With the stock fans: front, top and rear, my cpu cores average 50C when idle - considering I got V8 as a cooler. The better setup would be to add 1 more front fan (there's room for 3! ), and a side fan as another intake.
Now, before I was really looking for a transperent side-panel.
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After reading review after review on different cases I finally decided on this one. I am glad that I did. There is a ton of room to work in this case and it has the room to support the larger video cards and power supplies out there. I was worried about the HAF printed on the side being obnoxious but it doesn't look as bad IRL as it did in the pics. Make sure you check the dimensions, the case was a little bigger than I thought it was going to be but it didn't end up being a problem.

Everything mounts and aligns properly with minimal effort. Routing wires in this case is a joy when compared to some of the other cases I have used. They throw in some zip ties and with them you can neatly and effortlessly route and hide most of your cables. They give you enough space under the motherboard tray that you don't need to pack the wires and try to get the side of the case on before they all pop out like with some other cases. I agree with others that the case sides could slide into place a little easier but I have dealt with worse.

The included fans are quiet. I ended up replacing the rear 120mm fan with a Noctua and adding a couple more 120mm Noctuas to the side panel. They aren't pretty being brown and all but they are very quiet. There are no removable filters that I see but it does look like there is a finer grade of mesh behind the outer mesh in the front. I have always found that I get just as much buildup inside whether I have filters or not. Twice a year I just take my PC outside and hit it with compressed air from a air compressor. Any dust buildup is solved in a few minutes.

All the drive mounting hardware seems to function well. I like the removable drive trays. They seem easy to work well and help reduce the drive noise.
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After spending countless hours of searching for a new case, I must say I am quite satisfied with the case. The fans that come with the case are very quiet. Wish my new video card fan was a bit quieter... Anyhow, the case is very sturdy and SPACIOUS. If you are a neat freak like me, cable management is super easy with this case. There is enough space to put anything you can throw at it in this case, while keeping your components cool. However, there is one minor drawback with this case. I had the machine on for 3 days, and there was a lot of dust on the CPU fan and other components. I guess it's a trade off for having a great air flow system. Overall, I am happy with how it goods and how it functions. Also, you can find many reviews on [...]. Just search for "haf 922".
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The Cooler Master HAF ATX 922 mid tower case is huge compared to what you normally see as a mid tower case. In particular it is very long. It is so long that it barely fits on the desk with out crushing the wires at the back. I like the HAF 912 better and it looks identical and has the same quality but lacks tool less features for the external drive bays. With the 912 if you need to accommodate a very long graphics card you can take out a section for extra hard disc drives. My card fit right in though.

Having said that--- this is a great case with one design flaw. First the good . It looks great and is very high quality. The space on the back behind the mother board makes it easy to hide the wires and make things neat. The tool less features for the hard drives works great as does the locking system for the DVD burners. I put a Sony card reader in and it looks great and fit right into the front grill with a removable 3.5 inset. This gives it a professional look. I just wish it came with two of those 3.5 adapter grills---USB 3.0.

Now for the bad. A case of this quality should have filters that can be removed without disassembling the case. It should be set up with slide in slots for filters so there is no need to disassemble any thing. I do not consider a set up that clamps the filters at the corners and center as acceptable because the filter is going to break over time as it is bent to remove it.

Cleaning filters should be routine maintenance that requires only minutes. The exhaust fans do not need any filters. All intake fans should have them.

On the 922 case there is a screen installed between the front grill and the front intake fan. After five months the fans started sounding loud. What I found was the screen behind the front grill was clogged.
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