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Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 Case Review

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Posted October 15, 2013 by James Taylor in Cases & PSU

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Price at time of Review: $169.99 for the HAF Stacker 935 $69.99 for the 915R/915F
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Support for multiple Systems and Configurations. Modular HDD bays, multiple rad configurations. Excellent cable management and multiple cable/tubing routing ports positioned in all the right places.
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Fan filters are poorly placed in the 915R. No support for 240mm rad in the front with top mounted ports.
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Overall, the 935 Stacker is unparalleled in this multi-system role and offers tremendous value.
by James Taylor
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Packaging and Specs

I’m going to start by saying the packaging is quite plain and boring, with the front/back sides being mirror images of each other. The same goes for the left/right sides.

Accessories included with the HAF Stacker are the following: How-to-Guide, assorted screws, zip-ties, SATA extension cable, black chrome I/O cover and a plate for covering the PSU mount when using the 915 as a rad box.

 935 Specs

915R Specs

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2 Comments


  1.  
    Curious Cat

    Hey there James, I also plan on watercooling the haf stacker, the possibilities are endless. I love the loop you used for the build, and I want to know what is the loop arrangement you used?
    Thanks in advance




  2.  
    Chris

    I just got this case my self staking it in the 945 ultra tower plan on placing my drives and power supply in the bottom 915 using the top 915 as a rad box giving me plenty of room for my GPU and res and pump in the main system cant wait to get my build started.!!!





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