Cooler Master Launches HAF 932 Advanced Case

Paul Lilly

We've awarded high marks to Cooler Masters HAF (High Air Flow) line of computer cases, including an 8 verdict for the HAF 922 and 9 verdicts for both the original HAF and HAF X enclosures. Needless to say, we've been pretty impressed. Building on the success of earlier variants (and milking the HAF reputation for all it's worth), Cooler Master announced a new addition to its High Air Flow line, the HAF 932 Advanced case.

"The HAF 932 Advanced comes equipped with the very features that made the original HAF 932 world renowned," Cooler Master explains . "It notably included native liquid cooling support such as the ability to install a double or triple 120 millimeter radiator, a convenient coolant refill port, and liquid cooling grommets to easily route tubing to an externally mounted radiator."

That's all well and fine, but it takes more than an added moniker to make a new case. So what's different? According to Cooler Master, the new Advanced case fuses all the features of previous models and is reborn with a high-grade all black interior coating. It's also the first Cooler Master case to natively support SuperSpeed USB 3.0 via a standardized internal motherboard connector, negating the need to route USB 3.0 cables through the back of the case.

Also new is a redesigned graphics card ducting system. When combined with an optional 120mm fan, the duct is capable of cooling SLI configurations. And finally, there's a 2.5-inch SSD tray in the Advanced model.

No word yet on price, though Cooler Master says the HAF 932 Advanced will make its retail debut later this month.

Image Credit: Cooler Master

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