The Coolermaster HAF 932 was a huge hit amongst the masses when it hit the shelves just a few months back. It along with the ATCS 840 which shared interior workings were huge cases that offered plenty of room for all sorts of components as well as integrating water-cooling setups. We enjoyed every single aspect of the two when we had our chance to review them. The rugged style of the HAF appealed to the gamer in us and the ATCS was a welcomed sight to those that wanted sleek and class.
But some of you are not into the extra large cases as they tend to take up too much room so Coolermaster decided to capitalize on the success of the HAF 932 and develop a smaller version entitled the HAF 922. Even with the reduction in size the 922 still gives us two massive 200mm fans in the front and top of the case. And if you think because the unit is smaller you have to sacrifice drive space. Then you are wrong. The 922 offers five 5.25″ and six 3.5″ drive bays. And if that wasn’t enough you still have support for standard sized ATX motherboards. The HAF 922 does give the would-be buyer a lot of options like its bigger brethren but it is right for you? Read the next following pages to find out.
CM Storm on HAF 922
Following the overwhelming success of the full tower HAF 932, Cooler Master extends the HAF (High Air Flow) line to a mid tower in the HAF 922. This beastly chassis comes with rugged looks, massive air flow, and Cooler Master’s trademark intelligently designed interior. Building the mean, dream machine is now well within reach.