Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Case Review

Product: Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced
Company: Cooler Master
Author: Nicholas Conroy
Editor: Charles Oliver
Date: July 17th, 2011



  • Abundant space
  • Many cooling options
  • Good included fans
  • Nice accessory assortment
  • Very sturdy construction
  • Good features for price


  • Very heavy
  • Somewhat inadequate packing
  • Hex screws are irritating

When shopping for any computer case you should ask yourself “What do I really need?” If you are looking for a case to house an E-ATX motherboard and a ridiculous multi-GPU setup, then a Full tower case is certainly going to be a good place to start. The HAF 932 Advanced offers the space, cooling options and expandability that you would need plus a few nice extras like USB 3.0 and an attractive all-black interior.

Now the question is how much more do you want? If you want things like sound dampening, hot-swappable drive bays, or an exterior that isn’t as ruggedly ugly as the HAF then you should look at a higher price range. But if you just want a sturdy case that does what a full-tower needs to do (and does it well) then you should seriously consider the HAF 932 Advanced. I know I’ve had a few gripes with the HAF 932, like weight and the hex screws, but to be honest these are pretty minor compared to the rest of the chassis. As long as you are aware of these issues, then you should be perfectly happy with the HAF 932 Advanced. I have no problem recommending this chassis and give it 4.5/5 stars.