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Cooler Master Unveils the HAF Stacker Series at PAX Prime

Category: Cases
Posted: 12:19PM

Many people probably have fond memories of the Cooler Master Stacker cases, but those haven't exactly been readily available for some time. The High Air Flow line has surged in popularity ever since the HAF 932 burst onto the scene, so Cooler Master did the only thing logical: it merged the HAF and Stacker lines into one case. Dubbed the HAF Stacker, it combines the storage capabilities and large interior space of the Stacker line with the extreme cooling potential of the HAF line, and adds in some modular features. It means the HAF Stacker is the perfect case (really cases) for any number of PC users, from the modders to the DIY builders to the newbies and everything else.

The CM HAF Stacker comes in three different models to better fit your needs. There's the full tower HAF Stacker 935, which combines both the 915R and 925 to form one unique case. You also have the 915R available separately, as well as the 915F, with the only difference between the two being a rear PSU or a front PSU. Both 915 cases are Mini-ITX, while the 925 supports ATX motherboards (and potentially larger). All three models can be combined into one massive tower for the ultimate PC potential. Cooler Maser has developed an intuitive rail system similar to the military's picatinny rail to allow for the cases to attached in two simple steps. It's a secure process that means the cases won't move on their own, which is definitely a good thing when they're all loaded up with hardware.

Cooler Master's HAF Stacker series will be available later this year, although prices and exact date aren't known at this time. Everyone attending PAX Prime this weekend can check the HAF Stacker out in person, and try not to drool while thinking of all the different possibilities.

Source: Cooler Master

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Prunes on August 30, 2013 12:44PM
Quite a nice idea. Gaming PC in the big tower, NAS server in one of the small one, and if you go all out, you could have a folding rig in the last case or something. Cool idea. Just not sure how many will utilize it.

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