( 4.5 Average / 93 Ratings )
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Amazing case. Only thing that could be improved on is a tad bit more room on the cable management side. Other than that it would be hard to beat. I am also 98% sure HAF stands for Heavy As ****...
One of the best low-mid budget mid tower cases around, the Cooler Master HAF 912 is a great case for the price. Two included 120mm fans (one front and one back mounted) that are fairly quiet and provide decent air flow keep all the components cool. It comes with a plethora of drive mounts, some of which can be removed to accommodate large graphics cards such as mine, and the tool-less bay design is very easy and intuitive to work with. All that aside, this case is also very attractive and stylish. The only negatives in my mind are the lack of any front USB 3.0 ports (but I knew that was the case upon purchase) and the air filters, which aren't so much filters as they are large-holed mesh screens. Overall an excellent purchase, would recommend to anyone looking for a good high air flow budget case.
Everything fits and it looks nice. Only problem is lack of USB 3.0 in the front which can be remedied by another Cooler Master case.
I love this case. It has amazing airflow, hence the name. Looks good on the outside, and it's pretty quiet. I wish the cable management features were a bit better and that the interior was painted. But that's nothing a rattle can from the hardware store can't fix.
GREAT CASE!!! It's very BIG to me, man our little prebuilt PC was the size of a PS3 haha. Feels super high quality, is sturdy and has some very good cable management space and options. Also looks amazing!!!
I had this case since Feb 2010. There have been other cases that caught my attention but the I rather not spend the money. In 2010, the early versions was old Aluminum inside and no window side. I found one at my local PC store (Altex) and swap sides (the old side went on the other side... see pics). Since it is old, the Front I/O Panel does not come with USB 3.0 so I bought a Front Panel 2.5" 3.0 Hub to go with the Current MB.
Its a case that fits all of my parts, was cheap, and has good airflow. Radiator support isn't so good, cable management isn't great, and the steel interior is butt ugly. There are currently better options out there for the retail price of $60 but if you can get it on super sale, I wouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger.
Great case. Well constructed and plenty of room for GPU, drives, and cable management. What caught me off guard was that the Corsair H100i v2 did not fit easily (see pic and build description). I really needed a larger case. I cannot fault the HAF 912 for my lack of research. Just go with a 120x120 mm radiator (rear mounted) and not a 120mm x 240 mm radiator (top mount). You won't have enough room to mount the fans inside the case.
Got it as a gift, and it's a good one. It's a tough case and it works. It has plenty of space inside and easy to manage cables with zip ties.
Great case to build in, lack of USB 3.0 is an immediate con - not enough to skip buying this case if it goes on sale. Great cable management.