Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 12-10-2013
Provided by: Cooler Master
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Introduction

Not since Shawn reviewed the Mountain Mods U2-UFO Duality have I seen a case specifically designed to house two individual computer systems or a chassis with a separate water or phase change cooling section, like the Vapochill and Lian Li PC-60/65 combination. There are several reasons a hardcore computer enthusiast may have for needing room above and beyond what even your typical full tower case provides, but not many options are available without building your own... until now.


Earlier this fall Cooler Master revealed plans for a customizable, modular case system combining the cooling capabilities of the High Air-Flow series with the discontinued Stacker name, the HAF Stacker. Featuring three distinct modules, the main 925 ATX mid-tower section, a miniITX 915R with rear-mounted power supply and the miniITX 915F with front-mounted power supply, it is available separately or as a 925/915R combo called the HAF Stacker 935.


As you might imagine, the HAF Stacker 935 stacks up to be quite a tall chassis, almost 30" with both units together. Individually the 925 base is no larger than your typical mid-tower case, but with feet and rail system attached for joining with other modules or the sliding top cover, there is some unusable space between units.


As a complete package, Cooler Master claims four 5" external bays and nine 3" internal bays, plus an extra SSD mounting point on the motherboard tray. Although only two fans are included, up to 10 120mm fans and/or four 140mm fans can be added, in combination with two 360mm or 280mm radiators plus another 120mm or 140mm unit. This all adds up to some serious cooling capabilities, bringing new meaning to the HAF series name.


Join us for a closer look at the Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 case.


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