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  • Cooler Master HAF 932 Case Review
  • Cooler Master HAF 932 Case Review


    Case Features & Layout

    Watercooling guys, you can let your imaginations run wild now.
    The external port connections can be found at top of the front panel.  Starting from the left and working our way over to the right. The HAF 932 has 2 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 Firewire Port, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, E-SATA Port, Output/Mic Audio ports, and Power/Hard Drive Activity LEDS. Under this you will begin to see the mesh screens that cover the 5.25" drive bays.

    Even with the hard lines the front still looks very clean.
    Here we are looking at the front bottom of the HAF 932. This is where a monster of an intake fan is placed. The size is 230mm red LED fan.  Seems that Cooler Master has been using LED fans more and more these days and is a rather nice touch.  The front panel is easily removed to allow for cleaning and even fan replacement if need.  Each 230mm fan placement is drilled for smaller fans as well including the 140mm and 120mm.  
    At the top of the case you will find the power and reset buttons.  Power is the square one at the left while the reset button is unlabeled and round.  Behind the buttons you will find a curious looking tray that is normally covered by a rubber mat. The rubber mat has been removed for you watercooling guys to see a fill port has already been pre drilled.
    After removing the three screws shown above and removing the panel you'll get a better look at the top mounted 230mm fan and enough perforated metal to hold a triple 120mm fan radiator!
    Here is another view of the top of the HAF 932 with its 230mm fan ready to pull the heat up out of your case and if you don’t happen to have the fan running the ample ventilation should do a great job in a passive capacity.
    Here is another view of that top mounted 230mm fan, this time from the inside of the case