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Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (RC-932-KKN5-GP)

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  • The HAF932 features a fully-rugged appearance and is housed in a tough casing to offer outstanding protection.
  • A rugged HAF932 comes equipped to operate with unparalleled thermal performance.
  • Patented finger-press buttons for quickly maintaining or upgrading 5.25 inch drive devices.
  • Features two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connectors at the front, for speeds ten times faster than conventional USB 2.0 (requires Motherboard or Expansion Card with USB 3.0 support).
  • Removable HDD racks and cable management system for better cable routing and neatness.
  • New Black Interior gives the HAF 932 an upscale look, this case means business!
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Technical Details

  • Micro - ATX/ATX/E-ATX Motherboard
  • Has six 5.25" Drove bays as well as 5 internal 3.25" drive bays and 1 external 3.5" drive bay.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.7 x 9 x 21.5 inches ; 29.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 34.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001EPUQAE
  • Item model number: RC-932-KKN5-GP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (235 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0

The award winning HAF Series of cases brought about the aesthetics of battle-hardened military vehicles. Its cases each offered the user an unprecedented amount of access to customizing their airflow and rearranging their internal system layout. Together, these features were realized for the first time within the HAF 932 and now they have begun again in the HAF 932 Advanced.

3-WAY SLI/CROSSFIRE
The HAF 932 Advanced can handle up to three full length graphics cards.
360mm RADIATOR SUPPORT
A single, dual, or triple 120mm fan radiator can be mounted inside the top of the case as an optional feature for watercooling enthusiasts.
HIGH AIRFLOW DESIGN
A high airflow design strives to eliminate overheating with Large 200 and 230mm fans that spin at lower RPMs to ensure high Airflow without high noise.
BUILT-IN COOLANT FILL PORT
Easy access to water cooling system fill port.
SUPERSPEED USB 3.0 PORTS
Two front ports are USB 3.0 and compatible with SuperSpeed USB. The ports are backwards compatible with USB 2.0.

What's Included

  • HAF 932 Advanced
  • Parts Box
  • User Manual

HAF Series Comparison

This Model
HAF XB HAF 912 HAF 922 HAF 932 Adv. HAF XM HAF X (942)
Features
Size LAN Box Mid Mid Full Mid Full
Dimensions 442 x 330 x 423 mm
17.4 x 13 x 16.7 in
230 x 480 x 496 mm
9.1 x 18.9 x 19.5 in
253 x 502 x 563 mm
10 x 19.7 x 22.2 in
243 x 560 x 564 mm
9.6 x 22 x 22.2 in
252 x 530.5 x 579 mm
9.9 x 20.9 x 22.8 in
230 x 550 x 590 mm
9.1 x 21.7 x 23.2 in
Expansion Slots 7 7+1 7 7 8+1 9
5.25" Bays
(Optical Drives)
2 4 5 5 3 6
3.5" Bays
(Hard Drives)
22
(from X-Dock)
1 Exposed
(converted from
one 5.25" bay)
6 hidden
5 Hidden;
1 Exposed
(Converted from
one 5.25" drive bay)
5 Hidden;
1 Exposed
(converted from
one 5.25" drive bay)
8
(6 Hidden,
X-Dock:2)
5 Hidden
2.5" Bays
(Hard Drives
or SSDs)
6
(2 from X-Dock)
2+2
(converted from
5.25" bay)
4 hidden
4
(converted from
two 3.5" drive bay)
9
(6 are converted
from 3.5" bays,
X-Dock x 2,
1 is behind
the M/B tray)
2
(converted from
5.25" drive bay)
Side Panel Window Yes,
Optional Top Window
(Not Included)
No No Yes No Yes
Compatibility
All-In-One (AIO)
DIY Watercooling
Radiator Support
Single, Dual 120mm Single, Dual 120mm Single, Dual 120mm Single, Dual,
Triple 120mm / Single 140mm
Single, Dual 120mm / 140mm Single, Dual,
Triple 120mm / Single 140mm
Motherboard
Support
M-ITX, mATX,
ATX
mATX, ATX mATX, ATX mATX, ATX,
E-ATX
mATX, ATX,
E-ATX
mATX, ATX,
E-ATX, XL-ATX
Maximum CPU
Cooler Height
180 mm
7.1in w/o
Top 200mm fan
or 155mm / 6.1in
w/top 200mm fan
175mm
6.9in
175mm
6.9in
172mm
6.8in
196mm
7.7in
165mm
6.5in
Maximum Graphics
Card Length
334mm
13.1in
270mm
10.6in
300mm
11.8in
321mm
12.6in
354mm / 13.9in
w/HDD cage
or
463mm / 18.2in
w/o HDD cage
342mm
13.5in

Product Description

High Air flow full tower chassis, tool free design, removable hdd and cable management

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very well designed and looks great too.
RxBiker
This is Huge, thats first thing ive got to say beacasue its really big.
mr.chivoX
It has a lot of air flow, nice wiring scheme, and plenty of room.
B. Dudley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

98 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Mike VINE VOICE on May 6, 2009
This is best case that I've ever had. I wish it had a pull out motherboard tray but given the size of the case, it wasn't a necessity. The instruction manual has detailed diagrams (would of been nice if there was more wording but the diagrams give you enough insight on what to do).

This is a full tower case. It can handle Micro ATX to extended ATX. It's made of steel which makes this case heavy. There are no handles to grip the case but it's sturdy enough that you can lift it from any part. It's not the prettiest of cases, but it certainly gets the job done.

The case comes with 4 fans already mounted. There is no fan controller but the fans have the sockets that you can add a controller, connect it directly to the power supply unit, or connect it directly to the motherboard (if the motherboard's instructions allow it). I strongly recommend connecting the fans directly to the power supply unit. Above the large fan on your left sight (looking at the picture with the red fan facing you), there is a small clear window. It would of been nice if the window went all the way down. On the top of the case, there are connections for the USB, e-sata, power switch, reset, microphone, and speaker. You also have the option of adding wheels to the bottom of the case. I installed them and, they have a lock on them to prevent your case from moving (if the case is too heavy for the desk lol).

The box that the case came in, was huge! It's the size of a suitcase. The case, seems like the size of a small suitcase. You get the speaker wire, the manual, a lot of screws, the IO panel, plastic ties, and a map that shows where to put the motherboard and all the wires go out of. For instance, if you have a ATX motherboard, the map says to place the motherboard screws in A,B,C,D,F.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Jason Hilton on February 10, 2009
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Normally when one is looking for a high end computer case to support all the latest hardware and cooling solutions, one expects to spend $200 or more, that's not the "case" with the HAF!

This case has pre-drilled holes for a 3x120mm radiator on the top, it took me maybe 5 minutes to remove the top 230mm fan and screw in my radiator. Not the usual mark everything out, drill holes, and hope there are no clearance issues as you would with standard cases.

The built in wiring management is a nice touch as well, most cases have one or two "cubbyholes" for wiring, this case has 6! It will also handle the latest graphics cards with plenty of room and then some! My ATI 4850 has about 6 inches of clearance to the right, definitely a good thing to have.

I would recommend this case over anything else currently on the market.
Cooler Master nailed this one!
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 2, 2008
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This is by far the best pc case I've ever owned. High air flow is an understatement. Massive fans in front, side and top provide all the cooling you'll ever need and best of all you cab barely tell they are even running (very quite). The case is quite large(and the widest I've ever seen) giving you plenty of room for hidden cable management. The top or bottom power supply placement is also a great option, with the bottom placement allowing for airflow from the bottom.
If you looking for a quality case with a lot of features and flexibility, this is it.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Stockstradr on March 22, 2011
I have one of these cases.

If you are building a high end custom PC, don't buy a cheapie case with just enough room for what you THINK you're gonna build; instead, buy a cave of a case like the HAF 932 big enough for the PC that you're ACTUALLY going to build (including all the additional PC components you'll discover you need)

Some impassioned geniuses obviously designed into this case every nifty feature and expand-ability that anyone could possibly think of. This thing is a awesome friggen Humvee of a case. My cat is scared of it. My wife is scared of it. This case is obviously too sexy for my cat and too sexy for my wife. I'm glad it is sufficiently ominous looking. That will keep their greasy paws away from it. :-)

As for exapand-ability, first I dropped in a huge footprint ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 mobo, with a monster CPU cooling fan (Noctua 6 Dual Heatpipe with 140mm/120mm Dual SSO Bearing Fans CPU Cooler NH-D14 - Retail ), sitting about 7" off that mobo, cooling an i7-950 Bloomfield.

That stack fit and the HAF 932 didn't even blink. Remember, the HAF 932 is over nine and a half inches thick.

Then I threw in FOUR 2TB sata drives in a RAID setup w/a fat LSI SAS 9260-8i 6GB/s RAID card, also attached to a 256GB SSD for good measure. Then I added TWO 5.25" DVD burners, plus a 5.25" Blu-ray burner, just in case I needed to "backup" three movies at a time.

The HAF 932 digested all those into its belly like some trifling crumbs and gave me a hungry look that said "feed me more!"

So I put in a 17-in-1 Memory Card Reader into another 5.25" bay. The HAF didn't even flinch. After all, it STILL had a couple of 5.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 3, 2008
I bought this case after I was experiencing serious overheating problems with my two 9800GTs in a midtower case. Now I'm showing anywhere from 10-20 degree improvements on the cards in the Cooler Master Case depending if I'm at idle or running a seriously graphics intensive game.

I really like the tool-less design- both the hard drive mounts and the back panel mounts for add-on cards are all done without a single screw to tighten down. The only exceptions are when you move fans around and install the roller casters (and the PSU of course).

This case is huge which provides about 6 inches of clearance from by bottom card to the bottom of the case (2 way SLI board) with the PSU mounted at the top. The only drawback to top-mounting is that you'll have to remove the top 230mm fan and there's no other place to mount it. Empty, this case weighs in about 27.5 pounds but it does come with roller casters as mentioned before.

The only complaint I have, and it's a small one, is a the blue LED power light is so bright it illuminates the entire back of my office. Some people might find it annoying.
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