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Coolermaster HAF 912 Advanced Mid Tower Chassis Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging, Specs and Externals
  3. Internals and Cable management Impressions
  4. External Impressions and Temperature readouts
  5. Conclusion

Coolermaster India sent a HAF 912 Advanced Mid Tower Chassis for Evaluation

This is the first Chassis from Coolermaster that I am reviewing but I had my share of putting systems together with Coolermaster 690 and Elite 335 (also during the time when 18-20 systems were put together during the DSK event some months ago.

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