A Closer Look – 935 Exterior
The full tower is a lovely looking bit of kit, featuring a huge tinted window on the left side panel that gives us a nice view of the interior. The side panel is pretty durable and is held in place with a pair of thumb screws.
The right side panel is a little less exciting, just a plane black panel and is also held in place with two thumb screws.
The heavily ventilated front panel features three clip-in 5.25″ drive bay covers and a large front intake for any front mounted cooling.
The IO panel has the usual power switch (no reset), HD audio, 2 x USB 2.0 and 2 x USB 3.0.
Around the back you’ll find a pre-installed 140mm fan, but you can swap this out for a 120mm if you wish and there are three rubber grommets at the top for routing water cooling / cables. Multi-GPU setups are obviously no issue thanks to 8+1 expansion bays, each fitted with a ventilated and reusable cover. Finally we have a base mounted PSU cut-out which supports both normal and inverted PSU installation.
As you can see, the top is open and features a multitude of mounts that are perfect for fans and radiators, while also serving as cable routing space to any HAF Stacks that maybe place on top of this section. The top panel is missing for a reason, it’s on the 915 chassis that also came in the box, you can however put the 915 on the bottom and attach the top panel to the 935, very clever.
At the bottom we have a slide out PSU dust filter, two large cable routing cut-outs with rubber grommets and interestingly, two removable sets of of feet. We’ll be showing you this in more detail shortly, but they can be removed from their rails, allowing you to mount this case on top of other HAF sections, this section doesn’t have to be at the bottom of the stack, this is just how it’s configured out of the box.