Cooler Master HAF 932 Full Tower Case

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News Posted: Mon, Jan 26 2009 12:12 PM

Innovation seems to be sporadic at best in the PC case market. We tend to see many more copycats and trend followers than trendsetters. Several true innovators come to mind, though, when we think about cases, and one of those innovative companies is Cooler Master. Sure, not every case designed by Cooler Master is a massive success or appealing to everyone, but it is one of the companies that the copycats watch and imitate. As a result of its innovation and success, Cooler Master is a proven and trusted brand and has been for quite some time.

Cooler Master recently sent us a new full tower chassis to evaluate named the HAF 932. Interesting name, huh? It's not the catchiest one we've ever heard, but most case names don't make much sense to begin with, at least not at first glance. In this case (no pun intended), HAF stands for High Air Flow. When you have a big, full tower chassis like the HAF 932, you can include some big fans, and that is just what Cooler Master decided to do. Come on by and check it out...

Cooler Master HAF 932 Full Tower Case

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I looks like a nice case, the nice thing for testing people it the hole for undoing the cooler.

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TomFool replied on Mon, Jan 26 2009 10:17 PM

  Your review says psu was Enermax Liberty 680W but last build pic shows an OCZ psu with 8 pin mobo

  Power cord draped over vid card.  So which psu has the "too short cord" ?

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Ugly case, but functional.

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Ugly case, but functional.


Oh BOB you know you wany one!! Just paint it add some of you own personality to it and make it your own!!1 Thanks for the email you sent!Yes





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