Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF 932 (RC-932)
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Quiet, Glowytech, ALPHAS ONLY
Stefan K., Newegg
10 July 2012
Pros: 4 fans means this thing stays cool as a cucumber, glowy in the front so people know not to mess with you. Fans quiet and don't sound annoying. Easy access on both sides. Chicks dig dat cable management. So do dudes.
Cons: Two blue lights on the front top are a little TOO bright. Luckily this can be used to blind possible intruders long enough to throw empty mtn dew cans at them and waddle to your escape hatch or batcave or secret entrance to McDonalds. Also could use more glowytech
Summary: 2. Front I/O ports are not at an angle or on top of the case. This not only extends and already large case, but you run the risk of damaging the ports by bumping the cables as they protrude.
Pros: 1.Build Quality is second to none, Cooler Master products continue to impress me.
Cons: 1. No form of rubber grommet for wire management system. Not only a cosmetic issue, it can produce kinks in cables that cause degradation. Surprising they didn't at least provide some form of grommet, if not install them.
Summary: This was the easiest build I have ever done with any case. The tool-less installation was a breeze. Everything fits together firmly and solidly. The case is made of a heavier gauge of metal and even the doors are very heavy. I hate flimsy cases and this one definitely is a solid case. I did look at buying another Antec case but all the reviews talked about poor cable management. That's why I decided to try this case and I am very happy with it.
Pros: Solidly built! The case is very heavy compared to the cheaper Antec cases I have used. I upgraded my main system case which was an Antec 300 Gammer case from 2007. This new Coolermaster case is alot more cable friendly than the old Antec. The three 200mm and one 140mm case fans included are greatly appreciated! The hard drive bays are easy slide out tool-less ones right in front of the 200mm fan for great cooling.
Cons: I didn't like the plastic auto connectors for the pci slots, I broke two of them trying to install my Geforce GTX 480. Not a big deal though because there are two screw holes available anyway which I used and are more solid.
Summary: It's a good case, I don't have any regrets buying this case. I think they could've used a little bit stronger/better plastic, but there isn't that much plastic to begin with. I actually didn't buy this here, but when I saw the sale and no review I thought of adding one.
Pros: - Very roomy, fits my 2 HD 6950's and cooler master hyper 212+ with room to spare.
, - You can add extra fans, and he cooling is good is good out of the box.
, - The newer ones come with a USB 3.0 panel, all the older reviews/pictures don't show this (guessing they weren't out then). But the newer do have them.
, - You can hook up wheels on the bottom to move it easier.
, - The fans that come with this are great, and very silent.
Cons: - A little short on room in the back if you have a lot of connections.
, - The case is a little heavy, and hard to move. There's no handles, so you have to grab an edge or something. And the weight is a lot, especially with your build inside.
, - depending on our orientation of your video card(s), the diffuser fan piece may not fit on properly. (Just a black piece of plastic you can attach a fan onto, and than attach it to your case to blow more air on to your video ...