Cooler Master HAF 932 Full Tower Case
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 10-02-2008
Provided by: Cooler Master

When installing a power supply at the bottom location of the HAF I had to remove the integrated stand, as with it in place the power supply grill raised it too high for the mounting holes to line up. Removing three screws allows this to easily be taken out. The hard drive trays slip easily in and out of the cage and the rubber-isolated pins clip easily onto the drive mounting holes.

It is good that Cooler Master did include this 8-pin extension for the motherboard since it would have been a tight fit for the power supply cable without it. Of course the power supply can always be mounted at the top as the HAF allows that option. But other than that every other cable was well within reach.

The red LED fan light is visible through the front mesh however it is not as bright as expected. It would be nice if the side panel fan also used LEDs or if there were some additional lighting in this case. Otherwise the looks are very nice and the fans are all nearly silent.

On to final conclusion.

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