New case is perfect for gamers
Cooler Master is one of the biggest makers of computer cases and chassis out there. The company has a full line of offerings that run the gamut from entry level up to enthusiast class cases that sell for lots of money. The latest case to be unveiled by CM is the new HAF 932 Advanced.
The case has been optimized for superior airflow to keep the components inside a gaming machine cooler and allow for more stability and higher performance. The chassis also has native support for liquid cooling with support for a double or triple 120mm radiator in the top and a port that allows the radiator to be refilled from the top of the case on the outside.
The case has push button locks on the 5.25" bays and expansion card mounting via thumbscrews or push locks. The case has a cutout behind the CPU heat sink that allows the user to install and remove the heat sink without having to remove the mainboard for the system. The case is also set up for easy wire routing for better cooling.
The case has USB 3.0 with a front panel bracket that can plug into a USB 3.0 header on a mainboard and add two more USB 3.0 ports on the front of the case inside the 5.25" drive bay. They case is set to launch in the US this month at an undisclosed price. The case also has spots for 120mm optional cooling fans. It measures 9.6" x 22" x 22.2" and weighs 29.5 pounds. The case has one exposed, five hidden 3.5" bays, and five 5.25" bays on the outside. It comes with a front fan, side fan, and top/bottom fans.