Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Stacker 832
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Cooler Master Stacker 832 SE
6 January 2009
Conclusion: Overall I’m very pleased with the case. Cooler Master did a terrific job with the new Stacker 832 as there were no compromises behind the design and usability. The materials used to build the chassis are top notch. Brushed aluminum and nicely finished plastic parts work a treat and give this case a very distinctive look.
Summary: The Cooler Master Stacker 832 may cost more than most other cases, but you will receive an incredibly large and wide case with well placed features to make installing parts a breeze. Using the case is incredibly easy as well and all pieces which are used often are of very high quality. Cooler Master has chosen to utilize steel and plastic for certain parts of this case. These materials are well chosen most of the time.
Pros: Great engineering inside the case, Large enough, even for the biggest graphic cards, BTX compatible!, Two silent fans included, Five further 12cm fans can be installed, Easy installation, Drive rails for screwless installation, 3mm thick aluminum door, Great ventilation properties with a lot of steel mesh, Door can be set to open either way, Extremely light for such a size, Carrying holes on top of the case, More then enough scres included, Very informative packaging
Cons: Drive locking mechanism a bit fragile, does not hold well, A Scythe Infinity is a bit too large, even for this case, Big!, Only available in black, HDD cage is made of steel