Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF 932 (RC-932)
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8 June 2015
Summary: make sure you notice it doesn't have a 2nd red LED light. previous 932's came with 2 led's, this one only has 1.
Pros: Runs temps very cold, had a previous Cooler Master 932, no problems with it at all.
Cons: Bottom back left corner of case bent in when opened up the box. Box was undamaged. The finger screw to open the side of the case must have been hit as that back corner was damaged. Used a pair of pliers and pulled it most of the way out. Didn't want to deal with return policy, restocking fees, sh...
Summary: the case is good as it is large and easy to work in, but the front i/o is terrible and the watercooling fill port i didnt like using. Eventually i ripped the whole front i/o section out and i customized some usb ports to the top for easier access.
Excerpt: At $149, the HAF 932 Full Tower wasn’t an easy decision—even if there aren’t that many full-sized computer cases out there. What drove me to choose it was perhaps its best feature: four fans, only one of which is small. With three 230mm (and one 140mm) fans, the cooling …
Summary: The amount of dust I have to clean out of this beast is annoying. My other big grievance, and this is a real pain, in the front USB panel. The poorly designed cheap USB slots are fragile, and I have already had to get a replacement panel once, and will shortly have to again, because the slots break...
Pros: Huge, roomy, lots of space to expand.
Cons: Major dust inflow, poorly designed USB front panel
Summary: This tower is a behemoth and with 3 x 230mm cooling fans and 1 x 120, heat is never an issue. The top 230 fan is cooling my Corsair vengence pro ram, the side is next to the video card and the front takes care of the HD's.
Summary: The case works wonderfully, keeping my computer pretty cool. It also looks great. I also like the little tray at the top for holding screws, usb keys, or other small items. The only oddity (and the reason for only 4 stars) is that the front panel USB ports are upside-down.