Hardware Logic have a review of the Cooler Master HAF 932 Case Review, a gorgeous enclosure that enthusiasts will love!\n \n[QUOTE]\nFew would dispute that Cooler Master has taken its place among the upper echelon of case designers with a range of quality enclosures at nearly every price point. Not all of the company's cases have been noteworthy, but others, like the Stacker 830 and Cosmos 1000, have shown that the self proclaimed masters of cooling understand the demands put forth by enthusiasts who require more than an ordinary enclosure. Not all case manufacturers can claim this.\n \nToday HardwareLogic has in its labs Cooler Master's newest enclosure, the HAF 932. While we're not sure what the 932 stands for (lucky lotto numbers?), the HAF designation means High Air Flow, and not Hot As F**k, which is what you might find yourself muttering if you dig the rugged appearance. But will the aggressive styling combined with attention to airflow add up to a winning combination, or does Cooler Master's latest case simply blow hot air?[/QUOTE]\n \nRead more [URL="http://hardwarelogic.com/news/135/ARTICLE/4518/2008-09-22.html"]here[/URL].