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HAF 922 or TT Dokker?

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Should I get the Thermaltake Dokker ($60) or HAF 922 ($80). Is it worth paying $20 more?
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OK Now I am not biased because I have one already. But I saygo with the HAF 922 and heres why.

The USB and Mic/Phones jack on the Dokker look as if they were added in cheaply because they were forgotten. I dunno about you but I use those on the front of my case alot. USB Drives etc. Last thing I want is something cheaply added and thats what it looks like.
Also it looks as if the cable management on the Dokker is almost non-exsistant.
I like the interior HDD bay on the HAF922 as they are tooless and rotated 90* for easier access.
Power button on the Dokker reputed to have a cheap feel.
The Dokker does come with the HDD quick dock in the top. you won't get that standard with the HAF but its not like you can't add one in a bay at a later date.
The HAF is larger. Its sized somewhere between a Mid and Ful tower case.
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Originally Posted by Erick Silver;13660486 
OK Now I am not biased because I have one already. But I saygo with the HAF 922 and heres why.

The USB and Mic/Phones jack on the Dokker look as if they were added in cheaply because they were forgotten. I dunno about you but I use those on the front of my case alot. USB Drives etc. Last thing I want is something cheaply added and thats what it looks like.
Also it looks as if the cable management on the Dokker is almost non-exsistant.
I like the interior HDD bay on the HAF922 as they are tooless and rotated 90* for easier access.
Power button on the Dokker reputed to have a cheap feel.
The Dokker does come with the HDD quick dock in the top. you won't get that standard with the HAF but its not like you can't add one in a bay at a later date.
The HAF is larger. Its sized somewhere between a Mid and Ful tower case.

Thanks for your feedback. I may not get the HAF 922 frown.gif I might mod my Elite 310 (it's a POS).
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antec 300. Who cares about cable management, there's no window to see it tongue.gif
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antec 300. Who cares about cable management, there's no window to see it tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by Morizuno;13667841 
antec 300. Who cares about cable management, there's no window to see it tongue.gif

If I'm getting a new case a want something good (not saying Antec 300 is bad).
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