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Cooler Master debuts slick HAF 912 computer case

New chassis has nice features and a low price

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Sep 7, 2010 4:04 pm

When it comes time to build up a new gaming PC many gamers look to Cooler Master for a case that looks good, performs well, and won't break the bank. The company has some very expensive cases that look cool and then it offers some more mainstream cases that even those on a budget can afford. The latest chassis from Cooler Master falls into the latter category.

 

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The case is called the HAF 912. It is made from steel with a mesh plastic front bezel. The chassis measures 91" x 18.9" x 19.5" with the stand attached and weighs in at 17.8 pounds. The case is designed with robust cooling in mind with support for multiple 200mm fans and up to four 120mm fans. The case is also designed to accept dual 120mm fan radiator for liquid cooling.

 

The interior of the case is modular with hard drive cadges that can be arranged in several layouts. The first cage has space for four 3.5" HDDs and the second has spots for a pair of 2.5" drives. The rear panel has seven expansion slots and grommets for liquid cooling. The case is deep enough for new high-end video cards that are long. A cut out behind the CPU for mounting coolers makes things easy for those apt to change coolers frequently. The chassis will ship on September 14 for $59.99.

 

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