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Cooler Master HAF-932 Case - Cooler Master HAF-932 Case
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Cooler Master loves to live up to their name, and that may have been precisely the inspiration behind their High AirFlow (HAF) 932 full tower case which we will be taking a look at for this review. Airflow isn't the only thought factored into this case's design, functionality, affordability, and dare we say it, silence, was as well. The Cosmos S may certainly a beauty of a full size tower, but very few people are willing to spend $250 for a computer case and for good reason. So, where does the Cooler Master HAF-932 get its name from? Probably from the three huge 230x30mm fans built into the front, side, and top of this equally huge case. These aren't cheap, gimmicky fans either that have been commonly used in side panels of cases and will quickly wear out soon after purchase. The three 230mm fans in this case are real computer fans designed to last as long as any other normal case fan, and even when they eventually wear out (as all fans will do), Cooler Master has thought of that too. The case has been designed so that every 230mm fan can easily be switched for two 120mm fans, or (no pun intended) in the case of the side panel fan four 120mm fans can be installed.
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