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- Tuesday, July 28th, 2009 Like Share


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Nu Wa Rocks Jul 29, 09
Nice review... however this review makes me want to pick up the CM HAF 922. Similar size, similar price, but way better heat management. (well, not really similar price but pretty close ~ Like $10 to $20 difference)
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hiigaran Jul 29, 09
i just noticed the 922 temps as well. how did it beat the 932? probably the 932 had too much of a good thing.
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Nu Wa Rocks Jul 29, 09
I dunno, but it's cheaper than the 932 with slightly better temps (and yes, I do realize the 932 is bigger than the 922).
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hiigaran Jul 30, 09
same amount of fans in a smaller area perhaps?

...probably getting off topic now, but ive always wanted to ask all the reviewers about something - just how long does it take to make one review? i mean, with all the benchmarking, temperature testing, and im sure its more economical for you guys to use one system, which means having to take out all the hardware from one case, then put it into another for testing (and yes i am aware you save results for later for which you can use as a reference instead, but im sure there have been times). does it ever get frustrating?
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Doctor_Death Aug 1, 09
You have installation listed as part of the review, yet you do not show a system installed, why not?

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smduff Aug 1, 09
I always write my reviews after I have done the work, if you would like to see the installation as the components are installed I would consider adding the photos to my next review.
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hiigaran Aug 2, 09
it could make the reviews more interesting for some readers, so why not, i say.
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