At the back we can get a good overall look at some features you'll not find on regular cases, clearly visible at the top we see three grommet holes for liquid cooling loops, the third hole is a bit of a mystery for us though. At the top we can spot a 1300 RPM 120mm exhaust fan.
The HAF 912 has 7 expansion slots, this will allow you to go for two and three way SLI / CrossfireX configurations, all standard ATX board types will fit fine. To the right of the expansion slots there you can see a small slot for mounting the GPU support bracket.
At the bottom we see space for the power supply, make sure you have a PSU with nice lengthy cabling as you can route it behind the motherboard.
Here, the right side panel. There's not much to show here other than we can tell you there is a enough space behind it for cable routing.
The top of the chassis can hold a massive 200mm fan or two 120mm fans, we spot large open mesh vents. There is no dust filter under there. Anyway, liquid cooling could be an option here, but your limitation will be a dual 120mm radiator size.
Where the HAF X has USB 3.0 connectors, the HAF 912 PLUS takes a step back, as we get one eSATA, FireWire, two USB 2.0 and audio. Here we also see the reset, power and LED buttons. On the top of the 912 Plus there a bit of an indentation, consider that to be a shelf for placing accessories down, such as a phone or mp3 player etc.
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