Cooler Master HAF Stacker Case Reviewhornybluecow - October 16, 2013
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Cooler Master HAF Stacker Closer Look:
Cooler Master highlights the major selling point of the HAF Stacker as the ability to stack chassis to suit your needs. By default the 935 is set up with the 915R on top. You can, however, remove the rails and swap it around if needed. The rail system is a unique and easy design that Cooler Master should be proud of. Sliding the chassis together was very easy and just as simple to remove them. Once in place you will need to use the four included screws to secure the chassis from slipping off during moving. I did not have an issue leaving it unscrewed, but if you have stuff in the top chassis, it's a good idea to be safe rather than sorry.
The name scheme honestly is a bit odd so let me explain it the best I can. From my understanding Cooler Master wanted to use the 9 as the main base and add up the leftovers to make the model. The problem is, it didn't really work. The ITX chassis are 915s and together they do not have a official name, while stacking a 935 and a 915 gets you an "Ultra Tower (945)". I can't imagine finding myself needing an "Ultra Tower" or two 915s stacked, but Cooler Master has you covered if you need it.