Cooler Master HAF 912 RC-912-KKN1 Mid-Tower Computer Case
This Cooler Master case offers spacious compartments, necessary for your high-end PC hardware. This amazing computer case is perfect for your ATX or Micro ATX motherboards and is built with robust plastic and steel material. It guarantees amazing cooling capability by supporting two 120mm for external radiator along with six 120mm fans. Installing the latest graphic cards is also done without worries because of its very large interior. Equipped with one external 3.5", four external 5.25", and six internal 3.5" Drive Bays, this cases can support different storage or optical drives without hassles. And with its two front USB and two audio ports, you can conveniently connect speaker systems or USB devices. Purchase this Mid-Tower Computer Case from Cooler Master and have the standout chassis design of your dreams.
What It Is And Why You Need It:
A Closer Look
Computer Case Specifications
|Form Factor||ATX Mid-Tower|
|Side Panel Type||Vented|
|External 5.25" Drive Bays||4|
|External 3.5" Drive Bays||1|
|Internal 3.5" Drive Bays||6|
|Front USB Ports||2|
|Front Audio Ports||2|
|USB Type||USB 2.0|
Assembling Barebones Computer Kits & Computer Cases
Remember when assembling one of our money-saving Barebone Computer Kits, or installing your existing computer components into a new computer case, you may have to modify the case to fit your components - This Is Normal! Cases are designed to hold and accommodate a wide variety of motherboards, interface cards, connectors, and other components. Because of this, the case manufacturer designs their cases with easily removable panels to allow these components to properly fit in the case. All you need to do is punch them out with a screw driver or fold them over with a pair of pliers to snap out the metal piece for your exact components. In this way, you save the cost of assembling your computer, and have the satisfaction of building your own workstation.
PLEASE NOTE: Carefully read all documentation BEFORE you start to assemble your Barebones Kit or add components to a Computer Case. Some components need to be assembled in a specific order. Also place the components in the case temporarily to confirm any modifications (punch outs) that need to be made to fit that component.
Issues With Your PC?
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I've plopped an i7 3770K in this baby, as well as 16GB RAM and two hard drives. I could put a lot more in, but that's later. I didn't need to install any other fans, although the case has that functionality. The system runs like a whisper. I'm right next to the thing and I can barely hear it. All in all, I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a beast.
All you will ever need
This case serves it's purpose and you don't need much more than this. Good price and fit my ASUS P9X79 PRO Motherboard easily. Enough room and has more than enough expansion ports, you won't need a floppy drive anymore anyways.
Great Looking Case
Got this for a new build a couple weeks ago and it's working great. Had to overcome a fan placement problem but, glad I didn't go full tower. Recommend!
Looks big & mean!
I love the look of the case. It's cooling options are a bit of overkill for my midlevel desktop build, though. The 'removable filter' is not what I expected, and I'm pretty sure its not doing anything. Everything else seems to work great. I'm not sure if its the case or the mobo I got, but the last line of screws didn't match up even though both are supposed to be 'atx.'
Roomy, quiet good value
Good price and delivered on time by UPS. Used in a new asrock mb Intel Core I-7, lots of room. only snag was placing the ssd but two plastic ties snugged it in easily. System is so quiet you can barely hear it running and it is on my desk only two feet away.