|Dimension (W / H / D)||(W)9.6" X (H)22.5" front half, 21.5" back half X (D)22.7"|
|Motherboards||Micro - ATX / ATX / E-ATX (does not support Dual Xeon Nocona)|
|5.25" Drive Bay||6 (without the use of exposed 3.5" drive bay)|
|3.5" Drive Bay||5 hidden 1 exposed (converted from one 5.25" drive bay)|
|Cooling System||Front: 230 x 30 mm red LED fan x 1, 700 RPM, 110 CFM, 19 dBA
Side: 230 x 30 mm standard fan x 1, 700 RPM, 110 CFM, 19 dBA (support 120 x 25 fan x 4)
Top: 230 x 30 mm standard fan x 1, 700 RPM, 110 CFM, 19 dBA (support 120 mm fan x 3 or 120 mm x 1 + 230 x 30 mm x 1)
Rear: 140 x 25 mm standard fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 60 CFM, 17 dBA (support 120 mm fan x 1), 35,000 hours life expectancy
|Power Supply||Standard ATX PS2 / EPS 12V (optional)|
|I/O Panel||USB 2.0 x 4, IEEE1394a x 1, eSATA x 1, Mic x 1, Audio x 1|
Internally speaking, this case
will last you through every upgrade from now, until that inevitable end of
form-factor time, with support for the largest heatsinks (and the ability to
swap them willy-nilly), the longest videocards, and well, um, hard drives.
Couple this with the fact that it can fit a performance watercooling loop out of
the box, while still holding on to a full fistful of hard drives, and even a
pile of optical drives, it's hard not to love the HAF 932. "
Cooler Master 932 High Air Flow chassis is nearly as impressive to work with as
it is imposing to look at. It
"The Cooler Master HAF 932
Case is overflowing with excellent features. It has three massive 230mm fans
which makes it one of the best cases on the market for air circulation. There
are plenty of drive bays,
cable management holes,
tooless design for installing drives in the drive bays and cards in the expansion slots, large
radiator can be installed at the top, reservoir fillport and much more. This
case is steel though so it
HAF 932 recieved the Maximum PC Kick Ass Award with its 9 out of 10 score. click details for more details.
The Cooler Master HAF 932 should get a 4 out 5 rating for the looks and the flimsy hard drive holders but then again the holders never broke and the styling of the HAF 932 is more of an "eyes of the beholder" kind of thing It may not be of my taste, but that does not mean someone else is not going to fall in love with it either. All in all after awhile the HAF 932 tends to grow on you and is why did earn the Furious 5 of 5 in the end...
From an aesthetic perspective the HAF 932 also marks a deviation from previous more rounded, organic designs with a rugged, boxy look. The highly textured finish, raised panel shapes, open grill work and grid covered window all lend the HAF an industrial appearance. Granted this isn
I did not come across any hang-ups or features to take issue with, other than perhaps the weight, but of course this is a result of using steel rather than aluminum, and keeping costs down allows the price point of the HAF to hover around the $150 mark. This puts it within the budget of most users and makes the HAF competitive with OCIA.net awards the Cooler Master HAF 932 our Seal of Approval.
Cooler Master HAF 932 is a full tower case targeted to high-end gamers that want a good quality case full of features but don’t want to pay for an aluminum product. Here is a summary of what we found about this case
Packaging; 10/10 Frags: Superbly packaged. No complaints
here at all.
Style; 10/10 Frags: Beautiful case. I wouldn’t change anything about it. Even some of the performance features adds to what is an already beautiful case.
Design; 10/10 Frags: Best designed case I have come across so far. It is perfect in every way with lots of thought put into wire management and airflow.
Features; 9/10 Frags: Lots of great features but can’t get past the upside down USB ports.
Price; 9/10 Frags: Reasonably priced at $160 MSRP and definitely worth the extra money for a great quality good looking case.
The case receives a 9.6 out of 10, which makes it Clan Team Xtreme approved!
The HAF 932 is a case I wish would have come out years ago when I first got into water cooling. I applaud Cooler Master for this awesome design and look forward to see what they come out with next that will top this design. Those of you who are looking for a case which has plenty of airflow right out of the box and is also designed for water cooling you have or are planning on doing in the future, you should consider getting your hands on this case. The only drawback, though minor, is for those of you who plan on taking this case to parties, it is extremely heavy. The case is made of thicker gauge metal than the average case which is a plus on the side of longevity but a negative when you have to carry this case out to the car and the up a flight or two at your friends place. But, for about $150, this case is hard to beat.
CoolerMaster has a great product in the HAF 932, it is clean, sharp looking, and extremely easy to work with. In all it is everything the Antec Case Nine hundred and 1200 wish they were. I am very impressed with the flexibility CoolerMaster have added into the HAF 932. There is a ton that you can do with this case. I do wish they would have gone with aluminum for the frame, but the steel frame does not take away from the cases quality. Aesthetically, the HAF 932 is stunning, for many its beauty might not hit them at first but after a moment or two the overall design and form start to really show through. The design gang at CoolerMaster really did a good job on the appearance of the HAF 932. If you are looking to pick up a new case you will definitely want to take a look at the HAF 932. In fact I would not recommend too much looking; as good as these cases are someone will grab it if you wait too long.
Few things excite me more
than innovation in case design. The Cool
Master folks have done it again with the HAF 932 case. The case is available for a mere $160, which is a small price to pay compared
to many of the other
Innovations like three 230mm fans as standard, and a design geared to high airflow, the HAF 932 is worthy of my recommendation and an Editor’s Choice award. The only negatives I can find are the lack of a motherboard tray that is removable and the small negative of an all steel construction due to the fact that I prefer aluminum in my cases construction. The case is very solidly built and will likely outlast most of the system components that are put in it. Cooler Master’s HAF 932 case has many features found on much pricier cases including the IO area having both four USB 2.0 and external SATA ports. Thrasher2 our resident system builder liked the case so much he took it home to use in a personal system of his, and this over other cases we have here in the lab.
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