Preliminary Thoughts and Conclusions
(HAF 915R, HAF 925, HAF 915F)
As we conclude Part 1 of our review of Cooler Master’s new HAF Stacker 935 Mod-Tower and HAF Stacker 915 mini-ITX cases, we find ourselves favorably impressed. However, we will have to wait for Part 2 to draw our final conclusions (installing components to build a gaming system in the lower section with a complete mini-ITX system up top).
(Courtesy of Cooler Master)
All of the HAF Stacker Series cases are designed to stack together in virtually limitless combinations. The individual cases can be used by themselves or combined into various Modular-Tower configurations. Having all that extra room can allow for building multiple systems in one large enclosure, or creating some very interesting custom cooling solutions.
The Cooler Master HAF Stacker modular cases are currently available and selling for:
• HAF Stacker 935 Mod-Tower case $169.99 USD (newegg.com, August 2014)
• HAF Stacker 915F mini-ITX case $69.99 USD (newegg.com, August 2014)
• HAF Stacker 915R mini-ITX case $59.99 USD (newegg.com, August 2014)
(HAF Stacker 915F)
Please check back in the near future to read Part 2 of our Cooler Master HAF Stacker case review!
(HAF Stacker 915×3)