|I/O Panel||USB 3.0 x 2 with standard internal header|
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Edrik (Submitted on 3rd Aug 2016)
I was very reluctant to purchase this item since I was not going to use on HAF 932 but a CM Sniper case and wanted an original CoolerMaster accessory. Priced cheap that I could leave it in my drawer in worst case scenario, so I purchased. It came pretty quick, cheap, almost same look as Sniper bay covers (the holes were a bit smaller but very hard to notice), fitted into Sniper without any single modification, works great and was able to upgraded my case to USB3.0 for dirty cheap with original CM accessory!!!
Could be any better! Thanks.
Unknown (Submitted on 13th Apr 2016)
purchased this bracket to replace the original one in my Haf-932 Computer Case due to the usb ports being broken by two male cats that decided to destroy my computer, Working with the Customer Service people both here and in the UK I was able to get the parts i needed to bring this case to functionality. The replacement part fit perfectly and has worked flawlesssly now for about a week that I have had it and at this point I expect this to work flawlessly for the remainder of the time i own this computer case which will be a long while
Allan Zabraczki (Submitted on 6th Jan 2016)
I bought two of these to work with an Intel Z170 chipset motherboard that features 2 pin headers that support four USB 3.0 front-panel ports. Needed them because I was reusing an HAF 932 case, and of course that case does not natively support USB 3.0. The brackets fit properly and look good but the mesh around the sides does not actually let airflow in, there is plastic behind the mesh so that was a bit of a disappointment. Still, I think I know why Coolermaster probably made them that way; without that plastic backing the whole thing would be just too flimsy so it's an OK trade-off as far as i care. The only real gripe I have with this bracket is that the arms that you are supposed to use to mount is are too short to work with the tool-less mounting feature of the HAF 932s 5.25" bays. I had to use two screws and manually align the front depth of the bracket myself. Not exactly the highest quality mounting solution there Coolermaster. It's mounting rail arms should have been deep enough to use four screws, not the short little arms that only reach two of the front screw holes. It works but it's not as good a mounting solution as other front-panel brackets I have seen.
One other thing, I would have liked Coolermaster to offer this bracket with 4 ports instead of just two. There's certainly enough space to work with here that it could be done and I have seen other manufacturers do it. Think about it as an option now that Z10 chipset and it's future successors natively support four front USB 3.0 ports. Better yet, build 4 USB 3.0 and 4 USB 2.0 ports into all your upcoming cases. That is a feature I would like to see.
Unknown (Submitted on 9th Mar 2015)
Well made product. Nice fit into my haf
Very happy. Thank you
Paul (Submitted on 8th Feb 2015)
Received the bracket in short order.
Was very happy with the fit and how it matched my existing case.
I found that the tooless design will not work so after looking at the advanced 932 haf X it shows that the tooless button mechanism is removed from the bay that you will be using for the usb 3.0 bracket.
I was able to easily slide out the corresponding button and manually screw in the bracket for a secure fit.
Very happy with the look and function of this accessory bracket.
Price was very fair other than the $10 for shipping but that is the same anywhere.
Dennis McFeron (Submitted on 31st Aug 2014)
Great product, easy installation
Rick Plavnicky (Submitted on 18th Jul 2014)
I bought this as an add-on to my several-years-old HAF 932 case to add front-panel access to USB 3.0 ports. Not sure if the newer cases are the same, mine has the push-button drive lock on one side. The drive lock almost but not quite obscures access to where a screw would usually go while on the other side access to a screw is easy. This bracket does not provide for using the drive. It's only got a (threaded) hole on each side. That would make for difficulty fumbling after a small screw in a tight place. A quick trip to my drill press to create an extra mount hole to accommodate the lock pin did the trick. You really do need to secure the bracket on both sides. The ports themselves are nice and tight and look like they'll last. The bracket face is a perfect match for the case. The price for the bracket is excellent but the high shipping cost makes up for it, pushing overall cost higher than you might expect. Bottom line: I'd recommend this for anyone wanting to add front panel USB 3.0 ports to their HAF 932 case.
Unknown (Submitted on 28th May 2014)
I wish it was set up to allow mounting in any case but the holes don't match (my Silverstone case anyway). Still, when I move it to my HAF 932 in the future, it will be perfect in there since currently it only has USB 3 ports. I would recommend it to anyone who has a HAF 932 without front panel USB 3 ports and don't feel like upgrading their entire case to get convenient access to USB 3.
Bobby H (Submitted on 19th Mar 2014)
The bracket adds USB 3.0 functionality to any HAF 932 case, I imagine it'd work in any case provided it fits and your motherboard has USB3 connectors though.
I was a little disappointed it wasn't a 'tool-less' design like the rest of the case, but the screws that came with my case originally were the correct thread pattern to mount it. I would have also liked if the steel mesh pattern matched the original removable front 5.25 mesh inserts a little better but it's close enough, I doubt most people will notice...the original inserts have a bit of black plastic around the border, this bracket has the mesh folded around the edge of all four sides. All in all, if you have a motherboard that supports USB3 and you'd like to have access to USB3 ports on the front of your HAF case...this will work.
Unknown (Submitted on 14th Mar 2014)
This wasn't a good fit into my Haf-932. I had to remove the existing bracket and drill to secure it with screws instead. It is functional now, but not perfectly level and not as professionally installed. I'm annoyed at Coolermaster for not noting this lack of fit in the item description.
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