Conclusion: Where do I even start with this chassis, it just has so much to offer! Let’s get a few things out of the way that I didn’t like and maybe we can move forward from there. I love the modular design and it’s great that there are so many cable routing holes between the chassis to hook things up, but the top of each chassis is more open than the base of each chassis.
Pros: Modular design means the case can be as big or as small as you need, Completely modular storage bays can be mixed between cases, Extensive water and cable routing options inside each case and between each case, Sliding rails and a couple of screws means changing them around is super easy, Extensive range fan and radiator mounts, The sky is the limit, you can stack as many as you like, Competitive price when compared with similar specification products from rivals such...
Summary: Hardware enthusiasts are very passionate about their systems and go to great lengths to find the perfect case for their build. As you can imagine building a system using fans and heatsinks is rather straight forward and doesn’t take up a ton of space or time. However, when moving into DIY watercooling you need to consider the placement of your components since a typical enthusiast build may encompass a multitude of radiators and to maximize efficiency you need to make...
Pros: Modular Design, Change and Expand Stacks, Eight Expansion Slots, Dual 360mm Radiator Support, Simple Case Layout, Lots of Fan Locations, Large Side Window
Cons: Only comes with two fans, Stacks lose they novelty value once assembled, Dead space between modules
Summary: While we only looked at one possible configuration, how the Stacker 935 is used will depend on the situation. This is an incredible choice for people with multiple systems, massive storage or custom designed liquid cooling systems. You can’t go wrong with the Stacker system if it fits your need.
Summary: Four years ago here at OCIA.net I reviewed the
Cooler Master HAF 932 AMD Edition
case and have liked it so much that I've stuck with it exclusively in the years since. It's only been since making the switch to Intel with the advent of Haswell earlier this year that I recognized it was time to move on to something else.
Summary: Final Thoughts
To be honest when Cooler Master announced the HAF Stacker series I was not really that impressed, but after spending some time with the cases and building a system in them my mind has been changed. They make complete sense and can really help you build the ultimate system.
The fact that you are able to stack the cases gives you many different possibilities of the type of system you can put together.
Pros: – Stackable, – Can route cables / tubing between both cases, – Lots of room in both cases, – Easy installation, – Price, – The 915 can support dual 360 mm radiators
Cons: – Users do not have a choice of what 915 case they get, – Unable to completely install a dualslot video card in the 915, – Bottom mounted hard drives require a thin SATA power connector
Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 Midtower and mITX Case Review
Hi Tech Legion
19 October 2013
Summary: Cooler Master went above and beyond when it comes to the pre-release of the Stacker series of cases. There is a really nice website that covers just about every possible configuration of the 935, and a multi-week long push building up to the release. I do not usually get drawn in to these kinds of things, and in fact I didn’t this time either.
Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 – A New Beginning For Computer Cases
15 October 2013
Conclusion: I can honestly say that I have never seen or worked with anything like this in all my years. I heard that a employee came up with this idea of stacking cases together and making them modular… I hope he gets a bonus out of that idea. What is cool is that Cooler Master actually put the idea into reality.
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