EDITED April 17, 2012.
Updated photos of build.
Got this 932 BE in May of 2011, for $98 after the CM $20 mir.
I bought it mainly to fit two 480's with triple-slot VF3000F heatsinks mounted on each card. The top-mount ps option allowed the bottom card to fit with room to spare. My previous 690IIA didn't have enough space for the bottom card to clear the ps.
I now run one 480, with a modified AC Accelero Plus II, with two Panaflo U.H.S. 120 X 38mm fans. A five-slot solution:D
Very impressed with the solid construction, tons of room for future projects, like water-cooling.
Made a few changes to suit my preferences. Removed the hd cage, and the drive bay and video card plastic latch assemblies. All of the stock fans, including the 230mm's, were replaced with CM R4's, 5x120mm and one 140mm.
June 29, 2011:
I installed a regular HAF 932 door panel in place of the former windowed panel (shown in left side of photo).
I put four CM R4 120mm fans in the door's fan grill for better airflow.
This worked well, reduced my gpu temps up to 10C running OCCT, compared to the solid windowed door panel.
Edit Mar. 2012: Now using a Demciflex custom 932 filter kit, along with some strips of fine mesh in the front bay slot covers.Edited by DerComissar - 5/6/12 at 12:22am