As promised, here’s the nice black interior that the HAF 932 original did not have.
Same push button 5.25″ drive clips. These work like a charm.
The drive bays are still tray based, though several now feature conversion bays within them that allow for SSD or 2.5″ HDD placement. These are easily removed however and are easy to use as before.
Reasonably strong clips on the rear makes things quite simple for installing add in cards. They operate by pressing the top most section in, releasing them. They then click back into place with a reverse action.
Cooling wise at the back you have a 14cm exhaust fan on the back panel and a third 23cm exhaust on the roof.
Next to the rubber coated CPU backplate slot there’s a small key engraved into the motherboard tray that makes installation a little simpler.
This chunky piece of plasitc makes sure that your PCIe cards are held in place well and allow for some simple cable management with their power cabling.
On the opposite side we can see that there has been some efforts at cable management and they’ve gone reasonably far. All pre-attached cables are well tidied away, though they could perhaps be routed better by the user. On top of this, you have several rounded edge holes for cables to pass through. However, I would have liked to have seen a little more space behind the motherboard tray to allow for thicker cable bundles.
Popping off the rubber plate at the top of the chassis shows you where the fill port for your WC reservoir would/could be.
The side panel, despite being another intake, doesn’t have any dust filtering capabilities but it should at least pull in a good ammount of air with a fan that size.