We just had a look at the much smaller HAF Stacker 915F, and we had made quite a few references that there was a much larger bit of kit to the HAF Stacker series, and the time has come to see exactly what that is. As we addressed in the previous review, there are two components of the HAF Stacker design that is designated at the HAF Stacker 935. There is a very well laid out tower chassis that comes shipped without a top panel installed on it. This is because there is the second component of the HAF Stacker 915R that also ships inside of the Stacker 935 packaging. Since all of the components are able to accept other components at both the top and bottoms of all of these designs, you can set these two up as you want them laid out, and possibly, like I will be doing, you can add a third components, and since I have the 915R already, we will take this new Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 to new heights in chassis design.
Since all of these components are made to go together, it only makes sense that they are all very aesthetically similar. The 915F that we already looked at only differs from the included 915R in the aspect that the 915R does not have a front I/O, that is left in the main body of this new design. Now of course you can run multiple systems in these two components that make up the HAF Stacker 935, or you could fill the smaller section with quite a bit of water cooling gear. With the option to stack three components together, you can have both the ability to water cool everything inside of the main chassis, but you could always grab another of the 915 designs and add it to the main chassis configuration to accomplish this.
While this definitely isn't the typical design we are used to seeing, there are a lot of options when you sit back and appreciate the new HAF Stacker designs. Now that we have seen all the components of chassis designs that can go into this system, we have a much better feel for this new Mod-Tower design from Cooler Master, and even if you cannot appreciate what a design such as this has to offer, you will definitely appreciate the design innovations that went into a design like this.
Even if you don't buy the HAF Stacker from Cooler Master, it is reasonable to postulate that other manufacturers will soon use what is found here, and in some way implement it into new designs that have yet to release. But enough with the dribbling of words, I say we get right into the HAF Stacker 935 and see the new direction in which Cooler Master is going to try to stay a step above the competition.
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