Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master HAF 932 (RC-932)
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Decent Full Tower
3 weeks ago
Pros: Wonderfully expansive case, allowing for many generations of upgrades and future proofing. I got this case to fit the new gpus I was installing and it did the job wonderfully. case got to me well packaged and ready to go. There was a set of wheels for this large case to make moving and getting it...
Cons: There were a few issues... I would have liked to see rubber grommets around the cable management holes for a more finished look (not really a con but maybe something to consider if your into a more polished look). The main issues I've run into is that the exhaust fan on the top makes a slight cli...
Summary: Definitely would recommend this case but would give caution. Buying this case will be a bi-weekly maintenance of cleaning the dust out from the inside.
Pros: BIG! spacious and plenty of room for anything you want to fit into it. Quiet with plenty of air flow. Sleek and modern. Tool less design. very easy to install all your gadgets without having to hammer and chisel your way into any slots and cervices.
Cons: no dust filters! I had to use my wife's old panty hose to cover up the fans as makeshift dust filters. I would have given it 5 eggs if it came with dust filters.
Summary: -This will collect dust if you have your pc on the floor. I have mine propped up on a table and dust doesn't get in it very much at all.. -This case is very large and very heavy, keep that in mind -my MB didn't fit in the
Cons: -I took 1 egg off comparing it to some of the newer model cases that collect less dust -The cut-out back panel location didn't match with my MB model, make sure that you double check if you can...
Summary: My case lost all of its front USB 2.0 slots as they have actually collapsed onto one another, upon requesting the part to replace this problem I have been sitting on back order for who knows how long.
Pros: Large Solid case Great Air Flow Nice design good for strong gaming rigs Fans are large but quiet and effective (my video cards fans are louder than the tower fans)
Cons: Front panel ports broke relatively soon after purchase the main part I needed has been on back order and now my warranty is no longer active All USB ports upside down (from what I know this is a cooler master thing though)
Summary: If you're using this for air cooling, you may consider purchasing some filters, which will of course decrease your airflow, but it depends on how dusty the environment is and how often you want to clean it.
Pros: *Spacious. Fits oversized GPU's and has plenty of room for SSD's/HDD's. *Sturdy. *Ventilation and radiator mounting options are great. (120x(up to)360mm top, 240x240mm side, rear 140x140mm) *Built in holes for running hose to an external radiator. *Lots of options and space for cable management. ...
Cons: * Half of my fans started making noise(ticking, etc) in the first 1.5 years, so I've since replaced all but the front intake. * Mine weighs better than 80lbs and I don't even have waterblocks on my GPU's. Don't think I'll be taking it to the lan any time soon. * My case came damaged from the MFR....
Summary: Only get this case if you are advanced enough in using coolant properly.
Pros: I got this case more then 2 years ago. I loved it when I first got it. The design is great, its what I wanted back then. Since I got it, I found out if you don't utilize some kind of coolant set up in this case. You might as well not buy it. I never used any kind of coolant, and the case filled u...
Cons: The only con I can think of is that as time went on the case started to chip and the finish came off. I did drop the case once and that was by accident. It dented in one of the legs for the feet. I never took the time to fix that. Only issue I really noticed is the lack of airflow. Dust build up ...
Summary: other than the USB 2.0 ports I am very happy with this case and It has fit everything I threw into it with room leftover.
Pros: keeps everything cool and there is plenty of room to upgrade and expand. It's everything you need in a case and it is good to know that I personally will never have to upgrade this one because there is so much space and the material it is made out of is solid.
Cons: all but one of the USB 2.0 ports easily bent and the dividers that divide each port came out like they were just done sloppy.
Pros: Its big, Big, BIG!! Alot of cases seem to be going the route of getting smaller, Not this one! If your looking for a large case, With lots of airflow and space to work in, this is the one you want!
Cons: The holes that are punched out to run cords through are nice, In good spots, my only complaint is that there are Rubber grommets included to insert into those holes to add a cleaner look.
Summary: I have had this case since released in early 2009 and have built thousands of performance PCs since 1989. Overall, this is an excellent and very heavy, well built case. The wheels are complete garbage and are VERY, VERY, VERY poorly built built for a case that is this heavy.
Pros: Plenty of room Excellent for water cooling Sturdy Construction Durable long lasting fans Well designed
Cons: Poorly placed liquid fill opening So-so snap in drive connectors and only on one side Power and HDD LEDs WAY too bright (and blue) Wheels are complete garbage
Summary: front io panel needs a redesign as the usb ports fell apart and sent a shower of sparks all over the place so i put in a warranty repair to get a replacement panel which was approved quickly however the part is on backorder
Pros: large roomy case with tons of room for expansion heavy solid construction comes with casters to roll it around
Cons: poorly built front io top front usb ports fell apart after about 6 months of normal use my sapphire vaporx r9 270x cards barely fit and its a full tower case