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Will the case be able to house a scythe mugen 2?
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post #72 of 75
Hi

This isn't particularly recent build and has had a few mods since the original build but is one of my favourite cases so I tend to hang on to it and use it for my everyday work system and for writing reviews. There were a few downsides that I wasn't so keen on so out came the chainsaw and things started to look different.

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post #73 of 75
I also own a HAF932 but wat iz Dat Hole On the TOP Fr ??
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Originally Posted by darius_m5 View Post

This is my new build with the new Cooler Master HAF 932 case.


Inside I have:
Asus P5Q Pro

C2D E8400 @ 3.6 Ghz

OCZ Reaper DDR2 PC28500

Enermax Infiniti 720W PSU

Sapphire 4850 w/ Accelero S1

2 x WD Caviar 320GB HD

Pioneer 215D



Here is the 932 next to my old NZXT Apollo. Its a monster.





The side with the large 230mm intake fan. Also a small window.






This pic shows my only complaint with the 932 so far. The Blue led at the top is way too intense. If I turn off the lights, and look at the wall the led's are facing, it looks as if the case is pointing a pocket flashlight.







The Front, with the 230mm red led intake fan:









The Rear, with a 140mm exhaust fan. It also has another opening for a psu if you prefer the psu up top. Otherwise it has holes for a water kit.






The Top, with the 230mm exhaust fan. The extra holes allow for 2 120mm or 140mm fans to be added.






Kinda dusty, sorry. The top panel can be removed. This would allow you to add a third fan to the top (or an internal triple rad).





Inside:











A pic showing the red led on the front intake fan






This is the side panel with the giant 230mm fan. There is also a window above. See those extra holes near the fan? Four 120mm fans can be attached as replacement for the 230mm.






The 230mm exhaust fan on top of the case. That's 30mm bigger than the Antec 1200 case fan.






The Hard Drive Bay. The tool-less install was much easier than the Apollo. The front 230mm fan cools the HD.





The OCZ Vendetta 2 cooling my E8400. Notice the nice cable management.











My Sapphire 4850 with an Accelero s1 rev2. I have an S-Flex mounted on the Accelero.





My Enermax Infiniti 720W. There is a vent under the PSU where the 135mm fan is facing.





This needs some fixing up. Notice the square hole on the panel. This allows you to unscrew your hsf without taking out the entire mobo.





Here is something for people with water cooling. Lifting up the rubber mat exposes a fillport. Also, this entire panel can be removed to allow an internal triple rad to fit.





Overall I found this case to be very solid and quiet. Now I mostly hear my OCZ Vendetta 2 fan humming. Now to buy some air can's for the onslaught of dust.

Very nice that one and looking great too
post #75 of 75
Aloha ,

That case is good for double uses also. I have two of them stacked on each other in a stand. Limited room had to do it that way
but they work great and also ..... USB use for Key, Board , Mouse and others. I use two Philips 48 inch T.V.'s , each mounted
on the wall for monitors so I have good visibility for both and works great but cooling is very good on both. Made fine mesh screen filters
for dust and they are washable also. Power Units are facing up like all those have and had works great, and cable's reach better.
On one case I just can not find the original front face plate so I made one for now.


LongBike
Edited by LongBike - 10/8/16 at 1:21am
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