CoolerMaster HAF 932 Full Tower
Published: 5th December 2008 | Source: CoolerMaster | Price: £104.64 |Packaging
The HAF comes packaged in pretty much what you expect to see, a sizable thick walled cardboard box. The front design shows off the case in all its glory, while the back gives a short blurb on the features along with a few shots of said features in action. At the side is a full specification list and yet another graphic of the case - but this time with the case powered off.
The accessories come in a small cardboard box that was loose inside the case when I received it. A little concerning but the contents aren't the harshest of things you could hit a steel plate with. The case comes with a small package consisting of the following:
Cooler Master need to be commended here for including some wheels in the package. As you will see later this was a very wise move on their part due to some of the features of the case. An extension cable for the 8 Pin power connector was a nice addition too, as many people will know the frustration of having to wait a few days for a new system simply because a wire was 2" too short. The schematic of the motherboard tray was a little curious. What it laid out seemed a little like common sense to me but could be helpful to those not used to cable management.
Next up we take a look at the externals of the case...