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Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 (Part 2)

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Together, the 935 and its included 915R represent a wealth of component and cooling real estate. There’s very little you can’t build with these units working together, but in the event that you’d like to add more room, you can easily add another 915R or 915F, and you can add them above or below the 935 and above or below the 915R, depending on your needs.

The modular and expandable HAF 935 Stacker is the first of its kind.

The modular and expandable HAF 935 Stacker is the first of its kind.

With the removal of a few screws, the 935’s feet come off to reveal the same sliding rail mechanism that connects the 915 up top, and both the 915R and 915F units have feet and top panels that are optional, as well. One other item of interest: Although the HAF Stacker’s USB ports, audio I/O jacks, and power button come installed at the top of the 935 by default, they are also modular and can easily be relocated to the top of the 915R.

The 140mm Cooler Master Nepton fit with ease in the rear of the case

The 140mm Cooler Master Nepton fit with ease in the rear of the case

In terms of their functional designs, the 915R has the aforementioned triple-bay drive cage up front beneath a 5.25-inch external bay, with a Mini-ITX motherboard mount at the rear beneath a power supply mount. The 915F moves the drive bay back to its middle, with the 5.25-inch bay and a PSU mount up front, while the Mini-ITX board mount is located beneath an included 120mm exhaust fan.

Speaking of fans, the 935 comes with one 140mm exhaust fan installed in the rear and one 92mm intake fan installed behind the front panel of the 915R. You can install two 120mm fans at the front of the 935, and its rear fan mount also accommodates 120mm units. The side panels of the 915R will also accept either two 140mm fans each (for a total of four) or three 120mm units each (a total of six). As you would guess, the side panels of the 915R are also good places to mount dual rads.

A closer look at the mesh of HAF Stacker 935

A closer look at the mesh of HAF Stacker 935

With Cooler Master’s Stacker 935 and its included 915R, if you can dream it you can build it. The ability to add further 915R and/or 915F units with ease makes the HAF Stacker system very easily the most flexible case system that we’ve ever seen, and as you will see in this month’s “Mad Reader Mod” feature, it’s also a great canvas for imaginative modders.

Specifications:

·         Dimensions: 28.8 x 9.25 x 22.75 inches (combined HxWxD);

·         Materials: Steel, polymer;

·         Motherboard support: Mini-ITX, mATX, ATX, E-ATX;

·         Drive bays: 3 5.25 external (+1 915R), 6 2.5-/3.5-inch internal (+3 915R),

1 2.5-inch SSD mount (motherboard tray);

·         Fans (included): 1 92mm front (915R), 1 140mm rear;

·         Fans (optional): 2 120mm top (915R), 2 120mm front, 1 120mm rear, 6

120mm/4 140mm side (915R);

·         Ports: 2 USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0, audio I/O

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