There are a good many people who have embraced the HAF 932 case by Cooler Master. The rugged look and great cooling performance have won many hearts, and now Cooler Master is getting set to launch an update for the case. The original HAF 932 debuted back in 2008, and now, the HAF 932 Advanced case is about to launch. The original included many features, like native liquid cooling support for a dual or triple 120mm radiator, a coolant filling port up top, liquid cooling gromets in the rear, push-button locks for the 5.25" bays, and a slew of others. All of those and more return in the HAF 932 Advanced, but there are some notable new features this time around. First up is an all-black interior, USB 3.0 via a standardized internal header (an industry first), and a graphics card cooling duct that supports an optional 120mm fan. That USB 3.0 internal header solves the problem of having to route USB cables out to the rear of the case to plug into the rear ports on a motherboard. Cooler Master is the first case to support an internal connection for the front USB 3.0 ports, something I'm sure many people will love. There is also a 2.5" SSD tray on the inside of the case for more future proofing.
The Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced case should be available in North and South America later this month, though no price was mentioned.