Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (RC-932-KKN5-GP)

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Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (RC-932-KKN5-GP)

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  • The HAF932 features a fully-rugged appearance and is housed in a tough casing to offer outstanding protection.
  • A rugged HAF932 comes equipped to operate with unparalleled thermal performance.
  • Patented finger-press buttons for quickly maintaining or upgrading 5.25 inch drive devices.
  • Features two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connectors at the front, for speeds ten times faster than conventional USB 2.0 (requires Motherboard or Expansion Card with USB 3.0 support).
  • Removable HDD racks and cable management system for better cable routing and neatness.
  • New Black Interior gives the HAF 932 an upscale look, this case means business!

High Air flow full tower chassis, tool free design, removable hdd and cable management
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Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (RC-932-KKN5-GP)

cooler master haf 932 advanced full tower case with superspeed usb 3 0 rc 932 kkn5 gp Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (RC 932 KKN5 GP)

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  1. 89 of 92 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s a refrigerator???? No, it’s a Full Tower Case!!, May 6, 2009
    By 
    Mike “Movie Buff” (Long Island, NY) –
    (VINE VOICE)
      

    This review is from: Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (RC-932-KKN5-GP) (Personal Computers)

    This is best case that I’ve ever had. I wish it had a pull out motherboard tray but given the size of the case, it wasn’t a necessity. The instruction manual has detailed diagrams (would of been nice if there was more wording but the diagrams give you enough insight on what to do).

    This is a full tower case. It can handle Micro ATX to extended ATX. It’s made of steel which makes this case heavy. There are no handles to grip the case but it’s sturdy enough that you can lift it from any part. It’s not the prettiest of cases, but it certainly gets the job done.

    The case comes with 4 fans already mounted. There is no fan controller but the fans have the sockets that you can add a controller, connect it directly to the power supply unit, or connect it directly to the motherboard (if the motherboard’s instructions allow it). I strongly recommend connecting the fans directly to the power supply unit. Above the large fan on your left sight (looking at the picture with the red fan facing you), there is a small clear window. It would of been nice if the window went all the way down. On the top of the case, there are connections for the USB, e-sata, power switch, reset, microphone, and speaker. You also have the option of adding wheels to the bottom of the case. I installed them and, they have a lock on them to prevent your case from moving (if the case is too heavy for the desk lol).

    The box that the case came in, was huge! It’s the size of a suitcase. The case, seems like the size of a small suitcase. You get the speaker wire, the manual, a lot of screws, the IO panel, plastic ties, and a map that shows where to put the motherboard and all the wires go out of. For instance, if you have a ATX motherboard, the map says to place the motherboard screws in A,B,C,D,F.G,H (just an example). If you put the map on the motherboard tray, you will see what screw is what letter. The wire management system in this case is amazing.

    I have the EVGA SLI socket 1366 (i7) motherboard and I must say that there was so much room left in the case. Putting the motherboard in, was a snap. Laying out the wires to connect to the motherboard was easy and if you ever need to change the layout, there is enough room to work in within the case. I changed my wiring a few times until I thought it was good enough. When you turn on your system, it’s not as loud as you would expect. In fact, it’s quieter than my midtower that has my Core2Duo which I gave to my wife. Even when I’m playing FSX (all options set to Ultra High), it’s still very quiet.

    I must say, the case keeps my system freezing. I left my cup of tea near my case and within minutes, I had iced tea. The readings on my motherboard and on the BIOS screen show the CPU temperature at 19-21 degrees Celsius. While playing a game for several hours, the temperature stays to 20-21 degrees. Amazing. Feeling the side of the case and it feels like a refrigerator. Great case for an great price. Yes, it could be prettier, but it does it’s job!

    Concerning how loud this case is (if it is). I would definitely consider it not a loud case at all. With 4 huge fans; it’s not an issue where you would have to turn up your speaker volume. The side vents towards the front, do a nice job “emptying” the heat coming from my hard drives, and my video card does a nice job isolating the heat generated from it and pushing it out the back. I would of chosen either this case or the Thermaltake Armor Plus case. After researching for a few weeks, everyone always pointed to this one. Yes, the Armor plus is prettier (the password for today lol) but you cannot go wrong with the CM HAF932. A great investment.

    Wish List for this Tower:
    - I wish it was aluminum
    - Clear window on the whole side panel (it’s like a bathroom window presently- If you can see from the picture, the see-through window stops at where the fan begins)
    - Pull out moutherboard tray

    If you have any qualms or questions, feel free to ask me in the comment section.

    My system specs quick summary:
    EVGA x58 (A1)
    i7 920
    GSKILL 1600 ddr3-1600 (6GB kit)
    Sapphire ATI 4890 (overclocked)
    LG DVD-RW 22x
    WD 1TB SATA II 3.0
    WD 300GB Velociraptor
    Vista SP1 64bit Home Premium
    Logitech G15 gaming keyboard and G5 game mouse (the orange one)
    Logitech Z5500 digital speakers
    Auzentech Forte 7.1 (X-FI) soundcard
    Xigmatek Dark Knight S1283 Heatsink
    HAF 932 Full tower

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  2. 37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Enthusiast Case to date…, February 10, 2009
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    This review is from: Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (RC-932-KKN5-GP) (Personal Computers)

    Normally when one is looking for a high end computer case to support all the latest hardware and cooling solutions, one expects to spend $200 or more, that’s not the “case” with the HAF!

    This case has pre-drilled holes for a 3x120mm radiator on the top, it took me maybe 5 minutes to remove the top 230mm fan and screw in my radiator. Not the usual mark everything out, drill holes, and hope there are no clearance issues as you would with standard cases.

    The built in wiring management is a nice touch as well, most cases have one or two “cubbyholes” for wiring, this case has 6! It will also handle the latest graphics cards with plenty of room and then some! My ATI 4850 has about 6 inches of clearance to the right, definitely a good thing to have.

    I would recommend this case over anything else currently on the market.
    Cooler Master nailed this one!

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  3. 27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Coolermaster HAF chassis, November 2, 2008
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    This review is from: Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (RC-932-KKN5-GP) (Personal Computers)

    This is by far the best pc case I’ve ever owned. High air flow is an understatement. Massive fans in front, side and top provide all the cooling you’ll ever need and best of all you cab barely tell they are even running (very quite). The case is quite large(and the widest I’ve ever seen) giving you plenty of room for hidden cable management. The top or bottom power supply placement is also a great option, with the bottom placement allowing for airflow from the bottom.
    If you looking for a quality case with a lot of features and flexibility, this is it.

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