Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF 932 (RC-932)
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Cooler Master HAF 932 Case Video Review
17 March 2010
Summary: 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...
Summary: The Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Case has great build quality, lots of drive bays, fans, USB 3 ports, cable management, black interior, tool-less design and much more. This is one of the better cases on the market. If you require a full tower case with a rugged look, this is probably it!
Excerpt: When it comes to overall airflow in terms of volume, this case is certainly a tough one to beat. Cooler Master really designed this case to move air at great quantities in and out of the internal system, achieved through fan mounts at the front, side, rear, and top of the case.
Summary: At nearly two feet tall and weighing in at just under 30 pounds, the Cooler
Master HAF 932 High Air Flow Chassis is an imposing full tower ATX
case, marketed towards gamers and overclockers with an array of fans.
Conclusion: The Cooler Master HAF 932 brings to the table a lot of new ideas, especially in terms of airflow. I remember when changing from 80mm fans to 120mm was a big deal, now it seems that the 120mm is no longer en vogue; more cases than I can count are using 140mm and larger fans as a standard feature.
Pros: Rugged, Tons of airflow, Excellent customizability, Decent Price
Conclusion: The Coolermaster HAF 932 is a pretty interesting case. It’s not very pretty to look at, and with it’s multitude of available water cooling clip holes it really does come off as some kind of engineering sample.
Pros: Extreme air cooling with WC options, Great drive bay clips, Good price point