|Cooler Master HAF 932 system chassis review|
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|Test setup, performance|
Cooler Master HAF 932 system chassis review
While looks and design are undoubtedly important parts of choosing a system chassis (after all, you will be spending every day of your life from then on looking at it, and even worse having others look at it), there's far more to think about when it comes to choosing a case than sheer aesthetics alone, particularly if you're looking to kit out a system with high-end hardware that churns out a lot of heat.
Most high-end chassis these days have some pretty decent additions and options for airflow, but the subject of today's review takes this even further, with a real focus on pushing as much air as possible through the system. In case you haven't already figured it out (and it took me a while, don't worry), HAF stands for High Air Flow, setting out the stall for the product under the spotlight today, the HAF 932, well and truly. So, will it live up to its billing, and equally can it do so without looking ugly? Let's have a look at what it has to offer.