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Product Application:

ATX Case
Product Provided by: Cooler Master

Available at:

Newegg

Estimated Online Price:

$159.99

Availability:

Now

Review by:

Joe

Edited by:

Scott

Review date:

10/15/2008

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It seems that over the past several years, the amount of different and uniquely styled cases has skyrocketed, and 2008 seems to have been a watershed year, with new designs from several companies.  Cooler Master is no different, with a new chassis to follow up on the success of the Cosmos series of enclosures.  That enclosure is called the "HAF 932".  "HAF" in this case stands for "High Air Flow", and is targeted to both air cooling and water cooling audiences.

The HAF is a pretty unique beast compared to the other Cooler Master cases.  While the Cosmos brings an air of elegance, the HAF has a very aggressive look.  If the Cosmos is a Bentley, then the HAF is a Hemi Charger.  So how does it stack up?  Read on and find out!

Features:

  • Easy Access Fill Port

  • Mounting position for 120x2 or 120x3 radiator

  • Access ports for tubing

  • PCI bracket mesh for reduced air flow resistance

  • Massive fan interchangability

  • Exhaust port on the bottom for PSUs or fans

  • Rugged Build and Appearance

  • Removable HDD racks

  • Tool-less Optical Drive Mounts

Specifications:

Model: RC-932-KKN1-GP
Available Colors: Black
Dimensions: 9"(W) x 21.5"(H) x 22.7"(D)
Weight: 29.1 lbs
Motherboards: microATX, ATX, E-ATX
5.25"  Drive Bays: 6 (without use of exposed 3.5" bay)
3.5" Drive Bays: 5 hidden, 1 exposed
Cooling System: 3x 230x30mm fans, 1700RPM, 19 dBA
1x 140x25, 1200RPM, 17dBA
Power Supply: Standard ATX/EPS
I/O Panel: USB 2.0 x4, Firewire x1, eSATA x1, Mic x1, Audio x1

First indication is pretty good, with tons of airflow provided by 3 huge 230mm fans and a 140mm fan.  The fill port and access ports should prove to be a boon for the water cooling fans out there.

 

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