Excerpt: Cooler master brings you the HAF 932. A larger full size tower case featuring a unique design set and a High Air Flow structure. This case features a wide range of premium features including tool less components, enhanced motherboard tray for cable routing, rear access to the mother board for easy CPU cooler installs and ready made mounts for water cooling just to name a few. If that sounds like a lot of features for one case your right.
Summary: The Cooler Master HAF 932 is an exceptional example how a theme of a case can go a long way. The many little details of the chassis create a beautiful result. The HAF 932 looks modded right out the box with the industrial extrusion, small window and the two large fans. Even though the front is constructed of plastic, the rough finish and material does not feel cheap at all and does serve a good purpose.
Pros: Great looks with a few very nice details, Solid materials and well constructed, Plenty of space, Water cooling ready - with Fillport, Pushes lots of air - 2x 230 mm, Large fans can be replaced by 120 mm units, Screw-less system for optical drives, Simple but well constructed hard drive trays, Front covers can easily be removed, Complete front I/O connectivity
Cons: Fairly heavy, Fans are quite loud, Screw-less system for optical drives does not hold perfectly.
Summary: We do have a few criticisms: We’d love to be able to control the fans’ speeds with a built-in hardware controller instead of our BIOS, and reactions on the aesthetics of the case were mixed—some editors hated the combination grill and window side panel, some loved it. Overall, the case uses only its front fan for LED lighting. One more lighting source would help improve the HAF’s inner aesthetics.
Summary: Some users like a smooth and rounded look on their chassis ... for that, I recommend you go for the Cosmos S. While others prefer a chassis that's a little angular and hardcore! For this, the Coolermaster HAF-932 is the answer. It's not for the faint-hearted, everything about it is screaming hardcore!
The build quality is very good, with the steel edges rolled back to limit cut fingers ;) There's no "boy-racer" carbon fibre look to be found anywhere ...
Pros: - Very good build quality, - High quality steel contruction, - Screwless design, - 6 x 5.25" bays, - 5 x 3.5" bays -, - 3 x 230mm fans for extreme cooling, - Watercooling ready
Excerpt: 14 Flares 14 Flares × Cooler Master are one of the longest established brands in the computer case sector and as such they have a huge range of products to choose from. For example, the Silencio cases are designed for those who want the quietest possible system. The HAF or ‘High Air Flow’ series of products, which we will be looking at today, are designed for enthusiasts who require excellent cooling when overclocking their system.
Conclusion: This is a damn fine case, if only it had those pesky dust filters. It’s got the USB 3 functionality, good WC capabilities, nice cooling, it looks good, its quiet and strong, it’s got almost everything an enthusiast or gamer could want. The price tag is quite high, but its comparable to similar builds of its type, if perhaps on the higher end of the scale.
Pros: USB 3.0 functionality, Watercooling options, Powerful but quiet cooling, Looks good, Good cable management, Very strong
Cons: No dust filters at all, Not a massive ammount of room behind motherboard tray for cabling
Conclusion: To typowa konstrukcja dla wymagających graczy, którzy preferują jakość i funkcjonalność, za którą są w stanie dobrze zapłacić. Jest dosyć duża (57,5x23x54,5 cm - wys./szer./gł.) i zajmuje sporo miejsca (pod małym biurkiem może przeszkadzać). Zmieścimy w niej niemal każdą dostępną na rynku płytę główną. Jak przystało na produkt do wydajnego komputera producent położył duży nacisk na wentylację, którą zapewnia zestaw kilku dużych wentylatorów.