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Cooler Master HAF 912 - Mid Tower Computer Case with High Airflow Design (RC-912-KKN1-GP)
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Since our founding in 1992 as a thermal pioneer responsible for the first ever heat pipe heatsink, through our evolution into a manufacturer of cutting-edge cases and peripherals, to our recent groundbreaking switch to the modular format, Cooler Master has consistently rewarded its customers and fans with the utmost in innovation, choice, and control.
ATX Mid Tower
Cooler Master adds another new member to the HAF series, the HAF 912. To carry the mission of providing the best thermal solutions, HAF 912 supports two 120 mm for external radiator and high-end CPU coolers. Furthermore, the spacious interior accommodates six 120mm fans for better and superior airflow yet, enough to fit 12 devices and high-end GPUs such as Radeon HD5970 and Nvidia GTX 480. HAF 912 features rugged looks, massive air cooling and trademark interior that signifies performance and makes it a killer machine.
- VGA Card length :270.0mm
- CPU cooler height:175.0mm
- Water Cooling outlets
- CPU Retaining hole
|HAF 912||HAF X|
|Dimensions||9.1 x 18.9 x 19.5 in||9.1 x 23.6 x 21.7 in|
|Motherboard||Micro-ATX / ATX||Micro-ATX, ATX, E-ATX, GIGABYTE XL-ATX|
|5.25" Device Bays||4 Exposed (one could be converted to 3.5” bay)||6 (2 from X-Dock)|
|3.5" Device Bays||1 Exposed ( converted from 5.25” bay) / 6 Hidden||5 (hidden) (supports 2-in-1 2.5" and 1.8" SSD)|
|2.5" Device Bays||4 Hidden (two converted from 3.5” bay)||2 (from 5.25” drive bays)|
|Front I/O Panel||USB 3.0 x 1 & 2.0 x1, Audio x 1, Mic x 1||USB 3.0 x 2 (internal),USB 2.0 x 2, IEEE 1394a x 1, e-SATA x 1, Audio x 1, Mic x 1|
|Fan Cooling Mount||Front: 120 mm fan x 2, 1200 RPM, 17 dBA (one is optional,can be swapped for one 200mm fan) Top: 120 mm fan x 2 or 200mm fan x 1(optional) Rear: 120 mm fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 17 dBA Side:120/140 mm fan x 1 (optional)||Front:230x30 mm red LED fan x 1 Top:200x30mm fan x 2 (one is optional) Side:200x30mm fan x 1 Rear:140x25mm fan x 1 VGA card fan duct:120x25 mm or 120x38mm fan x 1 (optional) VGA card holder:80x15mm fan x 1 (optional)|
|Radiator Support||Rear: 120mm x1||Top: 360 / 240mm x1 Rear: 140 / 120mm x1|
|Included Cooling Device||Front: 120mm x1 Rear: 120mm x1||Front: 230mmx1 Top: 230mm x1 Rear: 140mm x1 Side: 230mm x1|
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Cooler Master's HAF 912 further enriches the HAF series by adding a compact, yet fully featured, mid-tower solution for enthusiasts and budget conscious gamers alike. Its seemingly small exterior supports a plethora of interior features such as twelve devices, high end GPU cards like the ATI Radeon HD 5970 and the NVIDIA GTX 480, large CPU coolers, two 200mm fans, and six 120mm fans. The HAF 912 embodies the rugged aesthetic and qualities of its brethren while remaining attractively priced. Its traits more closely resemble that of a mid to high-end case than that of other cases in its price range. The HAF 912 pays tribute to the legacy of HAF 932 & HAF 922 in ease of installation, high airflow, and compatibility with water cooling hardware.
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What else to say? The side air vent is a great benefit when you install a side intake, as well the top exhaust. There's plenty of room to work inside and install big GPUs & CPU coolers. The toolless drive feature makes installing optical drives a snap compared to the old days of tiny silver screws.
Some negatives: the plastic grills which cover unused optical drive spaces on the front easily gets jostled lose and even the slightest touch will push it back inside the case and it is difficult to put it back into place w/o removing the entire side cover of the case to reach in and push it back into place from the inside. Also, the back of the case has plenty of little areas where dust can find it's way in. Noise level is another consideration, given that this case is designed for more open air flow you will be sacrificing fan noise for cooler temperatures (not really a negative since it's a part of its design though).
Overall this is a quality case capable of accommodating pretty much anything you can throw into it. When I build my next rig (an intel K- woot!) I will be using this case again, since the Intel is gonna need all the cooling I can provide it.
- Wonderful price, sure many cases are better/bigger and has more functionality but for the price you pay for this case it’s a good deal for a mid tower assuming you aren’t building a massive pc (SLI gpu, a s*** ton of HDs)
- Feels solid, study construction the metal panels don’t flex so easily and the polymer corners and front panels means don’t dent anything when moving your computer around.
- You have enough space for about 4 HDs, 2 ssds and an optical drive.
- A key feature of this case is that there's a big vent on the top of the case. Everyone knows that hot air rises and cold air drops, I brought a 240mm fan to extract from the top so that the heat is ventilated better. Do keep in mind that you should try to achieve a positive airflow
- Hard drive installation is very easy. No need for screws as it is a simple slot and slide in.
- I built my pc with a 1060 geforce 2 HD, 1 SSD, a decent sized heatsink for my cpu and 4 sticks of ram. Due to the space the cable management can be a bit tricky and there may be issues if you intend to install a water cooling system.
- Fan space is limited, you have a number of options to install more than enough fans to promote healthy airflow so your stuff doesn’t overheat.
- A limited amount of USB ports. I like to have tons of stuff attached to my pc including phone, webcams, etc..
- Doesn’t have a see through window although I don’t really care for that
I removed all of the supplied fans and installed two 200mm fans. One as intake on the front of the case and one as exhaust on the top of the case. I've coupled this with a fan controller that has 7 internal thermometers. I keep my case fans at 40% speed which renders them silent. I don't know what rpm the fans are running at, but they are so slow that you can see the individual fins moving (due to the LEDs in the fans). Doing this keeps my case temp near the exhaust fan at around 29 degrees Celsius or lower. When my computer is running, the only fans you can hear are the video card fans. Another bonus of running large fans at very low rpms is that it seems to collect very little dust, even on the filter.
Now, I have an unlocked i5 processor but I do not overclock anything (I even use the stock cpu cooler *gasp*). So overclocking might lead to higher case temps. However, I'm confident that the two fans could handle it at higher speeds.
This case is cheap, well built, nice features, and offers a lot of cooling options. The styling is nice without being crazy like a lot of other cases. The filter on the front of the case is very nice and makes for easy cleaning.
The only problems I have with this case are minor issues. The first being that the front usb and audio connectors cause my cables to be in the way of my optical drive on the rare occasions that I use it. The other is that the large open exhaust on the top of the case makes me very paranoid about someone spilling a drink off of my desk and directly onto the motherboard. This actually happened to a friend of my who had a case with a similar design and it completely fried his whole computer. This leads me to keeping the case under my desk and causes me to have very little room to put my legs. This is partly the fault of having a small desk, but still, a minor issue.