The naming of this chassis is a bit of a misnomer. In the original 932 and 922, as well as the HAF X, the "HAF" stood for High Air Flow. In the 912 it is potential for that flow we are already used to seeing. Don't get me wrong here, I completely get the point that this is a customizable solution that offers all the best design features you can pack into a mid tower while still offering the consumer a smoking hot price point. After you get your HAF 912 home and add some fans and possibly water cooling, internally or externally, and any LED or Cold Cathode lighting, you can really make a personal statement with this newest version of the HAF series.
The list of included features goes on and on. More space behind the motherboard tray is a great addition to the 912. Along side of things like a customizable bay arrangement, great options for cooling, and an attractive exterior, The 912 is a great starting off point to a custom case. Any theme you want, go for it! The HAF 912 from Cooler Master is the ultimate hybrid of case design, simplicity, and affordability. You really should consider this for your next mid tower case choice.
On top of keeping what makes the HAF a HAF in basic design elements, it does so without putting a huge dent in your wallet in these hard economic times we are in. I got my sample really early. I mean when this review airs, the HAF 912 has just "launched", so it will take just a bit more time before they make it to retail outlets. As I mentioned, with a winner in features and affordability, I bet Cooler Master is as eager to supply you with it as you are to buy one. So keep your eyes peeled. With a MSRP of $59.99 US dollars, how exactly can you go wrong here? Get your money ready; the HAF 912 will be a modders dream, and the next "it" case to buy.
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