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Cooler Master HAF 932 AMD Edition Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 53,389 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: December 16, 2009
Page: 3 of 8
Inside HAF 932 AMD Edition

Both panels are fastened to the case using thumbscrews, which is excellent. The interior from HAF 932 AMD Edition is identical to the original HAF 932. It is not painted black, and we think it should. This case comes with a big hole on the motherboard tray for you to have access to the backplate from the CPU cooler, allowing you to replace it without having to remove the motherboard, and several holes for routing cables behind the motherboard tray. The motherboard tray also features several clips for holding zip-lock ties.

Cooler Master HAF 932 AMD Edition case
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Figure 11: Overall look.

Cooler Master HAF 932 AMD Edition case
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Figure 12: A view from behind the motherboard tray.

The motherboard tray is big enough to hold Extended ATX (E-ATX) motherboards, also easily allowing the installation of video cards up to 12” (30.5 cm) long.

In Figure 13 you can have another overall look from inside HAF 932 AMD Edition. As already explained, you can remove the top 230 mm fan for installing radiators from certain liquid cooling solutions, to install a second power supply, or to simply replace it with two 120 mm fans. This case comes with individual holding mechanisms for expansion cards and the expansion slots come with meshed covers, which certainly improve the internal airflow.

Cooler Master HAF 932 AMD Edition case
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Figure 13: Overall look.

In Figure 14, you can see the power supply compartment. You can install one 120 mm fan there. If you install the power supply on the top part of the case, you can remove the power supply stand and install a second 120 mm fan on the bottom panel. In this case you will need to move the cover with the two holes for hoses from liquid cooling solutions from the top part of the case to the bottom (where the power supply is installed by default), so you won’t end up with a big hole on the rear panel. No air filter is provided.

Cooler Master HAF 932 AMD Edition case
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Figure 14: Power supply compartment.

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