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Cooler Master HAF 922 Black Mid Tower Computer Chassis

Cooler Master HAF 922, Black, Mid Tower Case with 20cm Silent Fan, w/o PSU

Cooler Master
Scan code: LN27867 Manufacturer code: RC-922M-KKN1-GP Request call
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Product Overview Following the success of the full tower HAF 932, Cooler Master extends the line to a mid tower with the HAF 922. It has a rugged strong appearance and outstanding protection designs that characterize a beast yet to be tamed. Without a doubt this mid tower has it all! It accommodates all sorts of high-end hardware from its spacious interior, and supports up to three 200 mm fans for maximum airflow at minimum noise. This mid tower chassis represents a disorderly collision of machine and beast.

Features • Extreme airflow, uncompromising cooling performance, ruggedly strong with outstanding protection
• Accommodates demanding high-end components including full length graphics cards
• LED ON/OFF switch for front 200 x 30 mm fan
• Patented button design for easy maintenance of 5.25" drive devices
• PSU bottom fan can be setup facing up or down to increase airflow through out the case
• Tool free installation
• Includes cable management and CPU retaining hole for easy customizability
• Spacious interior accommodates with the radiator
• 7+1 PCI expansion slots for increased expandability

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