Cooler Master HAF 922 review -
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So let's have a look at actual cable management for a minute, the big wiring bundle you can see at the rear easily fits there once we put the side panel back in place.
Massive mistake from CoolerMaster, if you are on Socket 1156 (Core i5 750, i7 860/870) that rear motherboard backplate space is just too small.
And though nothing yet to be proud of (I suck at cable management) you can already see where this is heading. Andway, let's have a peek at the HDD/storage bays
Here we have the five 5.25" drive bay. The installation procedure is as simple as sliding the device in, and then pressing the button.
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