Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 [Review]

November 10, 2013 in Cases, Cooling, Enclosures, Featured, PC, Review

 

The 925 Continued Once Again

The 925’s bay drive contains the same tool-less lock mechanic of the 915R. Another thing the 925 shares with the 915R is the design of the HDD cage. It’s actually the same with the difference being that the 925 has two of these cages which can be removed. An interesting feature of the cages is that they are interchangeable between the two chassis. While the max number of cages allowed by the 925 is two, you could place up to three cages in the 915R.

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The motherboard tray features a quick guide on how to mount your motherboard. Whether it be Micro ATX, ATX, or E-ATX the 925 has you covered.

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The back of the case features a 120mm fan and gives you a better look at the expansion slots, and I/O Shield knock out. The expansion slots utilize fat head tool-less screws.

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Removing the right side panel reveals the cable management capacity of the case. There are four pass throughs with rubber grommets, and a huge knock out behind the motherboard tray for aftermarket cooler brackets. There is also an area to mount a SSD drive if you are more the secretive type.

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The HAF STACKER 935

 
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