Originally Posted by snipekill2445
This guy knows what he's saying. You do want space, more space for airflow, means cooler air inside your case. It also means not all the cables will be stuck together (if you don't do cable management)
I've got an Antec Twelve Hundred V3, and it had a massive interior. The only problems with this case, is that the fan filters are a **** to get out, and there isn't much space for Cable management behind the mobo tray, but there is still enough. This case has awesome airflow, and my CPU on a Cooler Master V6GT stays around 40C on full load, and thats with horrible TiM.
Heres a photo showing how much space is in my system. And the cable management is very good if i may say so myself:thumb:
I'm gonna have to take that back, THAT looks like a spaceship.
Totally dig that picture, very clean management I might add!
Originally Posted by Ev1l_HAF
ok well i guess some didnt like the fact i thru away a haf 932 to each there own i guess i didnt like the case so i got another which imo is better guess ill have to figure this out thank you for all the answers
I agree, to each their own, however like we said before open air is good!
Think why we all tend to hide our cables, in addition to sleeving, it helps reduce the amount of clutter in the case, which helps with the airflow.
Just think this through, we have intake coming from the front and far low (or most of us, do).
As air warms, it expands and its density reduces, therefore, warm air rises.
While the warm air is rising, you want to push it far back and up top as fast and efficiently as possible.
So the once cool air can be pushed across all the components of the computer.
The exhaust fans help this air flow by pulling the air towards the rear, as to help pull the cool air past the components.
HAF 932s do have an interesting design to them, which many dig while others think it's plain awful.
The Level 10, in my mind, is a really nice case, as far as ventilation, I have no idea.
However, the HAF932 has some lots of open space for the fans to pull air in.
If you really despise the HAF932, why not sell it? I am in the market for a new case..