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Wednesday, 20 August 2008 14:24

Cooler Master's HAF 932 detailed

Written by Slobodan Simic


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High airflow premium case


Cooler Master has announced yet another high performance full-tower case, the HAF 932. The new case will be a part of Cooler Master's high-end series, as it packs a lot of new features.

The main theme for this new case is airflow, and a lot of it as far as the HAF 932 is considered. To maximize the airflow, Cooler Master has decided to include steel meshed vents which are vertically stretched over the whole front panel. These meshed panels are complimented by three massive 230mm fans on the top, the side and the front of the chassis.

According to the press release, the new HAF 932 is capable of maintaining low temperatures in any hardware scenario. In addition to these specifications, the HAF 932 can also be upgraded for water cooling by adding an internal radiator and routing the kit through the pre-drilled holes on the rear.

Other specs include of this high performance full tower behemoth include logical cable routing, support for the 200mm or four 120mm fans on the side panel, extra chamber for dual power supplies, removable HDD racks, easily accessible liquid coolant fill port and much more.

The new HAF 932 should be available soon but the price is still unknown.

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