Late last year we took a look at our most popular full-size ATX case, the Cooler Master HAF 932. This aggressive-looking chassis has been built well from both an aesthetic and a design perspective. With lots of great features, the HAF 932 just got more impressive with its affordable price.
With these winning attributes, the HAF 932 is at the top of every player's wish list. Perhaps the only major problem with it was its enormous size, 22.0 "high and 22.2" long. The HAF 932 qualified as a full tower weighing 29.1 pounds. The HAF 932 was still a modest weight for such a large case and not exactly ideal for LAN visitors.
Then, last month, Cooler Master announced the arrival of the HAF 922 Mid Tower case, trying to build on the success of the original full ATX case, which is now based on a more compact version. The HAF 922 is based on the same HAF (High Air Flow) design and supports up to 7 large, low-speed fans, tool-free expansion slots and slots, and an intelligent design for optimizing the air flow.
The HAF 922 follows the same aggressive design features that gamers will appeal, although its appearance has been changed from the HAF 932 as we will get into more detail about this shortly.
But certainly the most important changes revolve around the size and weight of the case. The HAF 922 is not much smaller than the HAF 932, although it is about 30% lighter. This should make the Cooler Master HAF 922 a more popular choice with gamers, especially gamers who want to move their computer around regularly.