HAF 932
RC-932-KKN1-GP (Discontinued)

  
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Description


With pure innovative strength, Cooler Master, the leader in enthusiast computer components, has unleashed yet another prevailing arsenal to compete in the full-tower chassis segment. Proud and robust in its appearance, the HAF 932 presents its sturdy sentinel housing and revolutionary High Air Flow structure to enhance and protect any hardware component that is worthy of the highest performance.


Specs

Model RC-932-KKN1-GP
Available Color Black
Dimension (W / H / D) (W)9.6" X (H)22.5" front half, 21.5" back half X (D)22.7"
Weight 29.1 lbs
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
Warranty 2 years
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      Rage3d.com: 4 Stars
      rage3d.com : June 2010


      "Outstanding out of the box cooling and excellent interior space deliver the key features including thoughtful support for watercooling configurations."

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      tomshardware.com
      tomshardware.com : May 2010


      "The roomy enclosure accommodates an ATX motherboard with a power supply mounted underneath it. There’s tons of room for storage, and good cable management is relatively easy to achieve. Front-, side-, and top-mounted 230 mm fans move lots of air quietly, while a rear-mounted 140 mm cooler helps maintain the desired circulation."


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      Pureoverclock.com:  Great Hardware
      pureoc.com : May 2009


      "The versatility and availability of cooling options, both in terms of radiator setup, layout, and even fan airflow is outstanding. It seems that 932 has found a perfect niche between the ACTS and Sniper towers, each offering something unique and finely tuned for differing consumer preferences."

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      Neoseeker.com Highly recommended
      neoseeker.com : April 2009


      The 932 Haf is a sturdy, well-built case with a military themed look that some users will like, thought it is not my personal favorite. It is designed for high air flow to cool your components and does it very well, whether it is massive video card, or your overclocked rig, it is going to get the job done well. With three massive 230mm fans and a 140mm it isn’t the quietest case on the market but there is a little give and take for everything. With the all of the options this case has and the great cooling factor there is still some room for improvement, like removable dust filters, or a removable motherboard tray but over all this case at the price point of $140 to $180 this is a great deal and I\'d highly recommend it to anyone looking to keep there system cool and running smooth.

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      BestCovery: Best Case for Airflow
      bestcovery.com : March 2009


      "A large, spacious case with supreme airflow throughout its design, the Cooler Master HAF (High Air Flow) 932 utilizes three 230 millimeter fans in a front-side-top array for maximum airflow to keep your components cool and reliable."

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      Futurelooks: Recommended
      futurelooks.com : March 2009


      "The Coolermaster HAF932 Full Tower Chassis definitely lives up to its “High Air Flow” name. The big fans clearly revealed that one setting was enough to sufficiently cool a highly overclocked system down. The noise levels for this performance were also excellent and could likely be a result of the use of the larger fans vs a larger number of smaller 120mm fans. Coolermaster does give you the option to mount other fans if you so choose. I’d just leave them alone and enjoy the performance. It’s obviously working."

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      Techgage rating of 9
      Techgage.com : February 2009


      Any way you look at it, I feel that Cooler Master has knocked one out of the park with the HAF 932. With its immense interior and out of this world flexibility, you just cannot find anything else that will suit so many tastes. While the styling might be cold and industrial on the outside, it is well planned and lay out on the inside. If you want that hardcore mod feel to your next build and don't want to do the work then you have no need to look further

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      Hot Hardware Recommended
      Hothardware.com : January 2009


      "The included fans will undoubtedly impress anyone who sees or uses this case. They definitely help the case earn its "High Air Flow" badge. In many cases, high air flow equates to a lot of noise, but that isn't the case with the HAF 932. It is not noisy at all......The Cooler Master HAF 932 should definitely be on your list if you are shopping around for a new case."

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      Modders-inc: Recommended Hardware
      modders-inc.com : January 2009


      "In conclusion the HAF 932 is a great, well built case with many features and options that make it very attractive to those looking for a large Full Tower case. It has great built in cooling, It's quiet,  has many tool less elements, and also comes ready to have water cooling components added to it. As far as a function goes this case is about as utilitarian as your going to get. It's got almost everything you need all in one case."

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      computerpoweruser.com
      computerpoweruser.com : January 2009


      "The Gamer Paladin 998’s components were housed in a Cooler Master HAF 932 case, and iBuyPower added red LEDs to the system fans and a red cold-cathode light at the bottom of the case. With its large side-panel window and 230mm fan grille, the 21.5-inches tall system gave off a distinctly devilish appearance."

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      tomshardware.com
      tomshardware.com : December 2008


      ".....Cooler Master’s HAF 932 has to be our favorite for its strong design, easy installation and aggressive price."

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      Techspot.com: Outstanding Award
      techspot.com : December 2008


      "The Cooler Master HAF 932 is quite possibly the best full tower ATX gaming case you can buy today for this kind of money. The HAF looks tough and aggressive while not being over the top. Then again the design manages to be clean and functional."

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      Xcpus.com
      Xcpus.com : December 2008


      "From fan mounts to water cooling, the total number of different ways to utilize the 932 is almost endless and, since it is constructed from much sturdier materials, would make a great modding case."

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      PCWorld: Very Good Award
      pcworld.com : December 2008


      "we commend Xi for selecting a case that's as beautiful as it is innovative and downright exciting. With built-in support for water-cooling reservoirs, and screwless options for all potential upgrades, there is nothing that this case can't do well."

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      Maximum PC
      Maximum PC : December 2008


      Cooler Master's HAF 932 and V8 recommended product of choice for case and cooler by Maximum PC


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      V-hideout - Editors Choice
      virtual-hideout.net : November 2008


      "This is one of those few times when you'll hear me say it: Get this product! Though it requires a spot of it's very own in the room, and tends to be quite on the heavy side, this case manages to move a LOT of air in near silence (if the sound of air moving doesn't bother you).

      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."



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      PCWizKid: Recommended 9/10
      pcwizkidstechtalk.com : November 2008


      "The HAF 932 delivers great performance with its outstanding thermal and low acoustics. The stock fans that come with it provide more than enough air flow without sacrifice of noise which is music to my ears. The room for expansion and ability to add more fans, a decent amount of drives, motherboard sizes and the innovative tool less design makes this case a top notch chassis for any hard core PC Gamer."

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      wolfmanzbytes.com
      wolfmanzbytes.com : November 2008


      "When I had [HAF 932] sitting on the table you couldn’t help but admire how bad ass looking it was and that was an empty case. The flat black finish on the case just gives it that cool look that you normally don’t see in a lot of computer cases."

      "[The UCP 700W] is a pretty nice power supply I like the big 120 mm fan on the bottom of it and I’m sure that will keep the noise down."

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      Tweaknews: Top Rank Award
      tweaknews.net : November 2008


      "Cooler Master has once again raised the bar when it comes to performance and convenience in the PC chassis, while keeping the price at a very reasonable level. With a feature set second to none, the HAF 932 redefines what a high-performance computer chassis can, and should, be."



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      Alienbabeltech: Recommended
      alienbabeltech.com : November 2008


      "Cooler Master has done it again.  True to their name, they have shown why they are among the elite when it comes to answering the needs of the PC enthusiast community. This case will serve the needs of enthusiasts whether they are looking to overclock their hardware to dizzying heights or just want to mod and customize the case. The Cooler Master HAF 932 is one case that we will recommend to all."

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      Hardwarecanucks - Dam Good Value
      Hardwarecanucks.com : November 2008


      "Its great cable management system, cut out for CPU backplates, great fans and even its great water cooling capabilities are so very rare these days that you will wonder how you ever did without an enclosure like this. The fact that all this comes in a case which is priced under $175 is simply amazing."



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      pcstats.com
      pcstats.com : October 2008


      The Cooler Master 932 High Air Flow chassis is nearly as impressive to work with as it is imposing to look at. It's not pretty - the Humvee-inspired styling, red fan light, and awkward side panel styling aren't going to win any design awards (from me anyway). That being said, the HAF 932 has some admirable features for the performance enthusiast, and when it comes down to nuts and bolts, geeks who know their PC gaming hardware know what counts.



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      Hi-techreviews - Editors Choice
      hi-techreviews.com : October 2008


      So there you have it, the latest addition to an already outstanding line of enclosures from CoolerMaster. The HAF 932 is the ideal chassis for anyone that is looking for a case with outstanding air moving capabilities and even though it may move more air than any chassis on the market it is designed in such a way as to be able to do it with while being barely audible thanks to high volume low speed fans used throughout the case.

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      3dgameman: KICKASS
      3dgameman.com : October 2008


      "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's fairly heavy and it doesn't come with a removable motherboard tray. It has bold styling, but some might not like the military theme. Watch the video to find out more."



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      Proclockers: Highly Recommended
      pro-clockers.com : October 2008


      What I like most about the Coolermaster HAF 932 is all its excellent features. If you had only $150 to spend on a case you would be hard-pressed to find a case that offers as many unique and handy features as this case. Beginning with the cooling options there are a total of three very large 230mm cooling fans to help in the safe operation of all your internal parts. There should be no reason that every inch of your motherboard and items attached to it not to be acquaintly cooled in the HAF 932. Another feature that was not skip out on is the input ports. I have reviewed cases that cost nearly twice as much and didn't have as many ports as the HAF 932. The last feature I am going to mention here is the cable management options. With the room and holes in and around the motherboard there should be very little cabling being exposed.

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      Maximum PC
      Maximum PC : October 2008


      HAF 932 recieved the Maximum PC Kick Ass Award with its 9 out of 10 score. click details for more details.



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      ninjalane.com
      ninjalane.com : October 2008


      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...

       



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      OCC Gold
      overclockersclub.com : October 2008


      The HAF 932 has a great look. It reminds me of a tough and solid war machine. It is also well equipped to face off any component producing a lot of heat, like high-end graphics cards such as the HD4870x2. Each of its three 230mm fans produces up to 75 CFM at a low 19 dBa, which you will barely hear. Also, a good cable management is a must for not hindering air circulation. Well, this case has all of what you need to get wires out of the way. There is plenty of room behind the motherboard tray to run them there...

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      OCIA - Approved
      ocia.net : October 2008


      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't going to be everyone's cup of tea, however it's good to see Cooler Master branching out and exploring other design options.

      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.



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      3D Extreme
      3D Extreme : October 2008


      If you are into the industrial look, which I definitely am, and looking for a Case with the ability to not only protect but cool your gear the Cooler Master HAF 932 has arrived. The best part about the HAF 932 isn’t the features – but the price. The Cooler Master HAF 932 can be found at Newegg already for $160. Most Full Tower, high end Cases run $230 - $260. With tons of space, water cooling possibilities and great cooling options the HAF 932 is a cut above the rest. Cooler Master has done a great job listening to the feedback of gamers and overclockers and the HAF 932 is the result of their dedication to the art.



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      HardwareLogic - Editors Choice
      HardwareLogic.com : September 2008


      It's always nice to have more than one opinion on a component before you spend your hard earned money.  For one, we may see something others missed, or vice versa.  As with all reviews published at HardwareLogic, we'll not only give you our opinion, but also point out some other reviews from around the web.

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      hardwaresecrets.com
      hardwaresecrets.com : September 2008


      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

      Strong Points

      • Great quality and impeccable paint job.
      • Excellent price for a high-end full-tower case, providing a nice cost/benefit ratio.
      • Use of three big 230-mm fans (with 190-mm blades, though) and one 140-mm rear fan should provide enough air flow even the most high-end system keeping noise level at a minimum.
      • Great connectivity: eSATA, Firewire and four USB ports.
      • Set of wheels allowing you to move your PC around.
      • Meshed slot covers.

       



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      Xtremesystems.org
      Xtremesystems.org : September 2008


      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!



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      TechwareLabs: Approved
      techwarelabs.com : September 2008


      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 LAN 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.

      This reviewer happily gives the Cooler Master HAF 932 the TechwareLabs approved hardware award. Bravo Cooler Master!



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      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.



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      Motherboards.org - Editors Choice 2008
      motherboards.org : August 2008


      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 Full Tower cases in this category. This case works well with any system components as there is plenty of room in the case for long video cards like the NVIDIA GeForce GTX280 or ATI Radeon HD 4870 x2 cards.

      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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