|Screen Size||240 millimeters|
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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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|Item Dimensions||19.53 x 9.06 x 18.9 in||8.3 x 16.9 x 19.5 in||13.1 x 16.3 x 18 in||7.68 x 19.51 x 17.32 in||8.6 x 19.7 x 16.9 in||7.9 x 18.5 x 16.9 in|
|Item Weight||17.79 lbs||13.3 lbs||16.3 lbs||14.33 lbs||12.6 lbs||10.6 lbs|
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.
Top Customer Reviews
*The modularity of the case is kind of cool, but I don't see that much to really do. I would say for now don't count modularity in whether or not you get this. This may change at some point but I would say get this case if you'd like it out of the box.
The construction is rock solid and even without components the case is hefty for a mid-tower. It comes with built in risers! By that I mean the case has "feet" which are trapezoidal stands on the front and rear which raise the rest of the case a few inches off the ground which helps a ton on carpets. I upgraded from a CM Storm Scout I, and it's modestly longer and taller than that.
The case comes with three fans, two intake, one exhaust. There's room for one more up front and two up top or a water cooling radiator. I opted for adding two fans up top. Plenty of 3.5" slots a couple 5.25" slots and simple instructions.
Something to note is that I spent 5 minutes rifling through the packaging after pulling everything out because I couldn't find the screws mentioned in the instructions. There's a small black box in the lower (PSU level) bays. That contains all of your screws! I felt really stupid when I found it, but there's no such instruction that it's even there! Maybe should have used a normal brown cardboard or a different color. It blends in too well if the lighting isn't that great. In that little box is also fan connectors and zip ties!
All in all I'm happy. It's a bit of cash but I'd say it's worth the price, and would probably be good for at least a couple generations of upgrades. Hopefully by the time we need upgraded connectors for the front panels, Cooler Master will make the modules for it.
1– Remove MoBo tray and then attach the SATA cables to the x-dock. (YOU WON'T add the MoBo tray back til later… just deal! I know, you just gotta get that beast of an X99 board you bought on the tray ... just hold on, it is worth the wait…)
2– Remove the rear left drive cage, install fans ‘down under’ if you want them there.
3– REMOVE the P/S cover. Cable up that modular P/S you bought, and pull the cables you will need through. There is ample space to the right o/t P/S and an anchor point for the Velcro/zip tie for the extra cables you wont need right away.
4– cable up the XDoc for sata power. Unfortunately, you will loose 2 o/t 3 connectors on a typical P/S. Perhaps use an extension maybe?
5 – route and secure the power cables for the 5.25” bay on the left. Likely won’t need it right away, but pull the power cable anyway.
6– route up the power for the back left drive cage, install your drives in the cage, then pull the power. At this point you will need to attach the SATA cables and be prepared to route them topside. Install the drive cage (you did put the back fans in, right???)
7– at this point you should have everything cabled and powered in the lower chamber. Ready for the mobo? Ready? Really? Nope, not yet – pull your power cables for the mobo (both) and the number of VGA cables you will have up the middle between the drive cages or on the right side. Unlikely they will fit on the left side. MUSH!!!!!
8 – install your nine (9) stand offs for that X99 board you bought and the 18 core Xeon you sprung for because you didn’t really need the rent money, add the memory, make sure all is snug in a bug as a rug (or something like that). BEFORE you drop in the tray… put that silver back panel card in, eh? Don’t want to forget that baby!!!!
9 – gently put the tray in, being careful not to dislodge your cabling efforts to date. Get the beverage of your choice, swig a bit, and hit the home stretch.
10 – cable up the fans, add in that pair of 1080’s, give ‘er a once over, and push that enormous black button on the left front outside …
11 - sit back and bask in the glow ... listen to the hum ... feel the breeze...
Pro’s – SUPER easy to get to the mainboard. That ROCKS. Super, super easy to get to that little annoying spot where you plug in the front panel connectors. “narrower” that any case I’ve ever owned, “front to back”, which means I can put these on a 18” wire shelf (like the kind you see in restaurants). P/S is ‘under mobo area’ for cable routing and such. FASTEST ASSEMBLY ever for me to put this together w/ all the parts, CPU cooler, routing cables, etc. SUPER easy to find anchor points to dress it out, as well.
Con’s – SUPER hard to get to the X Dock drive cage IF you have bolted the mainboard down. (easy to fix though!!!) P/S sticks out of the back. A Xeon 10 core w/ a Hyper D92 is much noisier than I expected. My other PC w/ a D92 is super quiet (then again … its not a Xeon 10 core… hmmm….) The rubber grommet screw things on the XDock drive cages snap out super easy.
Pros: simple but very elegant looking. this doesn't look as "cool" as corsair cases, but its edge and corner designs really made the case looks nice. all parts of this case are built solid so it is really heavy. No flimsy plastic parts, panels are thick enough.
the design of the case made the installation of top radiators really easy: simply remove the top filter and take off the "water cooling bracket" and screw the radiator on. It is pretty convenient because you can do it outside the case. Everything in this case is highly modular and it is convenient to remove or add something to your case. REALLY thoughtful design of this case.
Cons: side panel can be easily scratched, never put it on the ground. I am sure i have to get a new side panel after a while or it will be full of scratches. This case doesn't support 280mm radiator (like h110i gtx) on top without modifying the case, and (I heard someone say that) to install 280mm radiator on the front, you have to remove the optical drive cage. The holes for cable management on the top( particularly for atx 12v cable, which is on the top of the board) should be bigger. Getting atx 12v cable through is a bit tricky. Most importantly, the fan cables are way too short. I have to use the asus fan extension card because the front fan cables are not long enough to connect to the motherboard. I am going to replace the stock fans with other white led fans.
Also, if cooler master can pre-install all the motherboard standoffs just like corsair and many other manufacturers, it will be great.
Overall great mid tower case, I will recommend it.
By the way, this case is still a bit small for multiple cards configuration and custom water cooling. The front space is enough for mounting a small reservoir if you have your custom water cooling, but if you mount your radiator in the front, installing radiator in the front is not easy. Your radiator have to be mounted at the place of the 2 stock 140mm fans, which is the place outside the case itself but covered by the front dust filter panel. Both top and front doesn't support thick radiator (above 40mm) very well, without using a low profile fan. The top clearance is about 6.5cm, which barely fits a 40mm radiator and a typical 25mm thick fan. Radiators thicker than that will probably have conflict with your motherboard's vrm heat sink.