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CoolerMaster HAF 932 Case

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by mikey8684, Aug 27, 2008.

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    I ordered one this morning :) It was actually me who emailed PC Case Gear & let them know about it lol, a couple of hours later it was on the front page. Along with the V8 cooler.

    Can't wait to get my hands on the case, will get here next week :)
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    hahahaha really ... yeah its a very nice case
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    did you see the review at motherboards.org? AWESOOOOOME
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    Seems a bit bad that you can have WC and two PSU's without modding it. You'd think that even if the second PSU blocked the rad mounting point, they would have had the WC holes next to the PSU, not in removable plate.
    Otherwise pretty nice! I like how CM is brining out case that are functional without being excessively large.
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    I just ordered my HAF 932. I'll post some pics of my build when I'm finished. :toast:
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    I did mine the other week, pics are in my sig :) Still need to do a bit more cable management.
    Nice Triptex :)
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    I've seen you build before. Trolling through some thread I saw your sig and checked it out.

    Do you have the same mess of wires behind the mobo tray?
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    Yep lol. Finally got some cable ties the other day so I can clean it up a bit more.
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    Nice build's but i still prefer my v1000b.

    I dont think that case is that special,a dust trap if anything.I also dont like cases with the psu at the bottom,its a pita for the cables.
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    I have cable ties but this is a temp build since I'm selling 90% of the internals soon. Could be cleaner.
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    The PSU can be mounted in either the top of bottom in the HAF 932 :) Just have to remove the watercooling back plate and put it in the bottom :)

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