CoolerMaster Introduce the HAF 922 Mid Tower Chassis

"After great success with the HAF932, Coolermaster are branching out their High Airflow Range with the mid tower HAF922."

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CoolerMaster Introduce the HAF 922 Mid Tower ChassisHAF 922
 
After great success with the HAF932, Coolermaster are branching out their High Airflow Range with the mid tower HAF922. The HAF922 builds upon the rugged looks of it's older brother and continues with extreme airflow and Coolermaster's unique internals, including their patented quick release drive bay latches and cable management system.
 
The HAF922 can house a total of 7 fans, three of which can hold 200mm fans but also have the option of being replaced with 120/140mm fans offering extreme cooling whilst maintaining a quiet operating environment. The bottom of the chassis is designed for PSU intake from below isolating it from the other components much like Coolermaster's other high end cases. Not content with air cooling alone, Coolermaster have added holes for watercooling tubes to pass through and enough space to mount an internal radiator.
 
Coolermaster include a CPU cooler retaining hole, first seen in the ATSC840, to allow heatsinks or waterblocks to be removed/installed easily without removing the motherboard. Tool free 5.25" and 3.5" drive bays come as standard, and 7+1 PCI non-mesh slots offer plenty of room for expandibility. A spacious interior allows for numerous high end components to be installed without any problems.
 
Pricing and Availability have yet to be confirmed.
 
 
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25-04-2009, 14:39:04

Kempez
Approved :)

Nice lil review, might wanna sharpen up that botton mouse shot but nice apart from that :)

13-06-2010, 16:27:53

AlienALX
Give it a while....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxHCamWsRfA

Worst mouse I have had. Not just me either my friend got one and had the exact same issue. It's so bad I can hear it over my headphones.

And woe betide you ever need to send it back. (hint, you can't. They just start playing musical vendors).

30-08-2010, 12:35:08

Ari-M.


Give it a while....

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=XxHCamWsRfA

Worst mouse I have had. Not just me either my friend got one and had the exact same issue. It's so bad I can hear it over my headphones.

And woe betide you ever need to send it back. (hint, you can't. They just start playing musical vendors).




Likewise....I have had 3 Razers die on me so far. I honestly don't know why I keep buying them *hmmmm*

2 Lachesis - dead
1 Naga - dead

30-08-2010, 13:57:04

Hayleywow
The buttons look to big, if you rest ur hand on it, surely you are going to hit both buttons????

30-08-2010, 14:59:47

AlienALX
Nah the buttons are fine. It is very narrow though and very easy to tip when you're trying a spin around 'cos some sod is shooting you in the back.

I'm off the Razers now completely.

30-08-2010, 15:35:44

Hayleywow
can't say i like it much, looks so out of proportion, with the long button....

I like razer stuff, I had the mamba mouse for ages, until it died, now I have the Naga razer mouse, which is perfect for gaming :)

30-08-2010, 17:49:06

sunjoo
use to use razer now using steel series

01-09-2010, 05:19:29

Runebeard
I've got a Salmosa and I loves it! The weight, shape and sensitivity settings are all perfect for me :D

It's a personal thing, but I hate ergonmically shaped mice, they feel horrible in my hands. Though maybe I just have weird hands lol.

Btw Alien I'm not defending it, cos a premium product shouldn't squeak, but you can open it up and spray a little WD40 on the criminal part and it stops squeaking right away.

01-09-2010, 08:14:53

lasher
I use a diamonback and the squeaky scroll wheel drives me crackers ... well more crackers than i am already!

01-09-2010, 15:35:28

AlienALX


I've got a Salmosa and I loves it! The weight, shape and sensitivity settings are all perfect for me :D

It's a personal thing, but I hate ergonmically shaped mice, they feel horrible in my hands. Though maybe I just have weird hands lol.

Btw Alien I'm not defending it, cos a premium product shouldn't squeak, but you can open it up and spray a little WD40 on the criminal part and it stops squeaking right away.




Well it's not really a premium product mate. I mean they're cheap as chips really for a Razer. I didn't want to spray oil in it though tbh so I just stopped using it. Got a Boomslang but Win7 hates it and keeps dropping it. So I got a £8 Alienware basic mouse and it rocks. Good old Dell :)
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