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Cooler Master HAF 932 (RC-932) review

Cooler Master HAF 932 - High Air Flow!

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Blow Wind, Blow!

Blow Wind, Blow!

Air flow for your PC cases, as most DIY enthusiasts may know, can sometimes be quite a pain in the rear to manage thanks to the need for proper cable management and the limited space in PC cases. This situation has definitely improved over the years with better designed cables for air flow, larger cases and bigger fans, while more innovative designs have also made managing the air flow of the PC internals way much easier than before.

After all, how hard can it be to muck up your cable management if there's plenty of space, holes for routing the cables behind the motherboard tray and large fans blowing into your chassis? Probably impossible, but, here at www.hardwarezone.com, we've learnt never to underestimate the penchant for just plain silliness. Thankfully, Cooler Master's HAF 932 that we're reviewing today should make such clueless antics almost impossible (above disclaimer applies).

At first glance, the HAF 932 looks slightly thicker than usual, but quickly checking the specs showed that it's no thicker than the Cooler Master Cosmos Storm or Thermaltake's Armor+ VH6000 casing. One reason of course, is due to the huge 230mm fan located on top which is not the only 230mm fan on this monster. When Cooler Master says High Air Flow, you wouldn't be far off in falsely thinking that there's a "pseudo wind tunnel" inside this casing. Design wise, the HAF 932 feels vaguely military-like, but it's not as blatant as a previously reviewed Cooler Master casing, the Ammo 533.