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Cooler Master HAF Stacker 915F Mini-ITX Computer Case - Supports Large CPU Air Coolers (Front PSU Mount)

  • Steel / Plastic
  • USB 3.0 x 2 (No reset button) / Audio Front Ports
  • 1 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 3 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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Cooler Master HAF Stacker 915F

The HAF Stacker 915F is a Mini-ITX computer case that delivers uncompromised performance. With a front power supply mount, the 915F can house numerous water cooling systems as well as the latest full sized graphics cards and power supplies, features that many Mini-ITX cases lack. Couple this with the legendary cooling capabilities of Cooler Master's HAF series and you get a full featured rig in a Mini-ITX chassis.

Superior Cooling Support

Full-Size Features

915F can simultaneously support a 120mm radiator at the rear and 120/140mm on a side panel, allowing you to use both a GPU and CPU water cooler inside the case.

Use standard ATX power supplies and large graphics cards without worry, the 915F can hold them all.

Legendary Performance

Endless Possibilities

Being a member of the iconic HAF series, you can expect maximized airflow for your components with the 915F.

Combine 915F with other HAF Stacker enclosures to expand storage space, increase component compatibility, or even build multiple systems.

Additional Product Features

Dual USB 3.0 Ports

Pass-Through Cable for Front Mounted PSU

Multiple Ventilation Areas for High Airflow

Removable Top Panel and Feet for stacking functionality

Motherboard Support

Warranty Coverage

HAF Stacker 915F is compatible with Mini-ITX motherboards.

Parts and Product Replacement
Free Technical Support

Which 915 is Right for You?

915F 915R
FEATURES
PSU Mount Location Front Rear
Optimized For Cooling Storage
Dimensions 8.97 x 9.76 x 22.75in. (228 x 248 x 578mm)
Expansion Slots 2
5.25" Bays (Optical Drives) 1
3.5" Bays (Hard Drives) 3 (1 from ODD cage) 3
2.5" Bays (Hard Drives or SSDs) 3 (1 from ODD cage) 3
COMPATIBILITY
Maximum Fan Support
*Varies based on hardwware configuration
Rear: 120mm x 1
Sides: 120mm x 6 / 140mm x 4
Front: 92mm x 1
Sides: 120mm x 6 / 140mm x 4
Maximum CPU Cooler Height 6.69in. (170mm) 3.14in. (80mm)
Maximum Graphics Card Length 14.17in. (360mm) 14.17in. (360mm)

Learn more about the Cooler Master HAF-915F-KKN1

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Aaron H.
  • 8/27/2015 1:43:55 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsRevised Review

Pros: This is a spacious case with great ventilation and mounts for radiators. Aesthetically, it has an attractive industrial appeal particularly when used in the full stacked unit.
With only two fans running, the rig I built in this maintained under 50c through stress-testing (i3-4370 & R9 285).

Cons: The front PSU mount is a great idea but should anything clip the line running from the front of the case to the back, or anything go wrong at the rear outlet I imagine the case would be done for. It just seems that it would be a very unique replacement part. Since the setup appears sturdy it's not worth deducting an egg.
With the location of the side panel fan/radiator mounts, don't plan on being able to install full size fans on the back/right-side panel. The vertical hard drive mount is in the way. Since the product description does state the mounts to be usable I'm deducting one egg. It's a nitpicky complaint but I'm not inclined to be very forgiving (see other thoughts).

Other Thoughts: This is a revised review since I don't see the option to amend my previous one. CoolerMaster has since made good on their rebate offer and I feel their reevaluation is a credit to their customer service even if it took a negative public review to prompt them to do so.

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  • Aaron H.
  • 8/6/2015 3:46:04 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsFantastic Utility but poor customer service

Pros: This is a spacious case with great ventilation and mounts for radiators. Aesthetically, it has an attractive industrial appeal particularly when used in the full stacked unit.
With only two fans running, the rig I built in this maintained under 50c through stress-testing (i3-4370 & R9 285).

Cons: The front PSU mount is a great idea but should anything clip the line running from the front of the case to the back, or anything go wrong at the rear outlet I imagine the case would be done for. It just seems that it would be a very unique replacement part. Since the setup appears sturdy it's not worth deducting an egg.
With the location of the side panel fan/radiator mounts, don't plan on being able to install full size fans on the back/right-side panel. The vertical hard drive mount is in the way. Since the product description does state the mounts to be usable I'm deducting one egg. It's a nitpicky complaint but I'm not inclined to be very forgiving (see other thoughts).

Other Thoughts: I used this case to build for my aunt and she's very pleased with the look and feel and the sturdiness of the case. I can't fault the actual product itself but have deducted an egg for CoolerMaster's shady non-compliance with their rebate offers. If the UPC clipped and sent to them has their company's SKU on it, it's not the wrong UPC now is it, CM.
In the future, I will likely lean towards another company's products regardless of the rebates CM claims to be offering. I would only revisit this case as part of a full stacked setup or by specific request.

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  • Christopher Y.
  • 7/25/2015 10:40:04 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsDoes not fit ALL modern graphics cards

Pros: Pretty neat little case, I've got it sitting on my desk with the side panel off (see cons). I like different and this case definitely provides that.

Cons: Case says it supports modern long video cards, which it does, I have a 3 fan card and still have about 3 inches between the end of the card and the power supply. BUT, it WILL NOT (without modification) fit cards that take up 2.5 slots. The card hits the lip at the back of the case, so i bent that out a little and managed to squeeze the card it. But then I went to put the side on and vent cut-out on the side blocks off the fan closest to the rear of the case. Since my card fits so close to the side it completely blocks off the fan, but even is you and a card that only takes up 2 slots, there is less than a quarter inch between the fan and the side of the case. So i have the side off.

Other Thoughts: Overall good case, really bummed that they did not make the holes on the side go all the way back to help with the GPU ventilation. When it comes time to upgrade I'll probably get the Haf XB Evo since you can't crossfire with a mini ITX

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  • William S.
  • 6/9/2015 9:31:11 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome Case

Pros: The case looks cool. Has a ton of ventilation. was a great price. Is very expandable. The case is really well built and very sturdy compared to others I have seen.

Cons: Its kind of tight once all components are in ( It's a Mini ITX so don't think it will be different with any other Mini ITX, it's not) and can be difficult to clean.

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  • Lauren R.
  • 6/2/2015 1:44:55 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood Case

Pros: I like this case.

Cons: The cable management is rather weak and some of my cables from my power supply did not reach so I had to cut the wire add more wire to reach the MOBO but other than that I like it. I know it is designed to be a stacker and I just used one block so i can't really complain much.

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  • Cole L.
  • 5/25/2015 12:07:46 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSomewhere between a tank tread and an ammo box

Pros: Plenty of space and a good looking design.
Airflow is abundant/

Cons: Did not come with the 2.5" drive stacking bays in the picture.

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  • Philip Y.
  • 4/20/2015 6:49:53 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsHappy Happy

Pros: Low profile, but also very spacious for use with an ITX board along with a big video card and power supply. And I'm talking about a really huge power supply!!! Gorgeous case with excellent ventilation. I don't even need the included fan. I'll likely use this case for many years to come.

Cons: The old 1000w power supply I'm using uses an unusual NEMA 5-15P to IEC320 C19 power cord so I can't put the front bezel on. It's a very unusual power supply so most folks won't have this issue. Not a big deal to me anyhow.

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  • Tim L.
  • 2/21/2015 3:55:09 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPerfect for what it is

Pros: I've built a number of machines and this case is small, seems to be cool. The only thing strange is the storage of the hard drives. I put in a 1TB HDD and a 256gb SSD. and they are attached with screws and rubber grommets. The picture was only slightly helpful.

I do not plan on stacking this case, as the small form factor was what I was looking for.

Cons: Would like a cover for the bottom for some cable management if not stacking.

Other Thoughts: Installation was easy, both sides and the top come off.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/20/2015 12:08:10 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPerfect for me

Pros: Great quality. Looks great.

Cons: None

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  • Skyler M.
  • 2/9/2015 11:37:21 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsThe Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.

Pros: THE GOOD

+1: Solid case. Cooler Master's uses metal and mesh to create a durable case that feels industrial and solid (will not get damaged during shipping, guaranteed).

+1: Built to stack. It can be used in conjunction with the 935 and or 915R/F quite nicely; the top is removable and the bottom has cut access areas to reed cables and tubes through to other stacked cases. Plus the 915F/R cases are relatively cheap (especially with rebates and sales).

+1: Convenient size. Its small form factor means it can be used for multiple purposes (gaming PC, home entertainment station, server, router) and way more portable than other towers.

Total: +3 Eggs

Cons: THE BAD

-1: Poor case design. The drive mount pillar obstructs two 120mm fan mounts and basically obstructs the third (unless you bend the door catches and mount all the way to one side of the screw slots for fan mounting) which also means that you cannot mount a 140mm fan either. The other door can only logistically have either a 120mm or a 140mm fan (assuming you have a video card), perhaps two 120mm or 140mm fans if you only had a PCI wifi card. I would love to put an intake fan near the motherboard but the case door won't allow for that due to not having door mounts extending that far and un obstructed by the dive mounting pillar. This drove me nuts and is probably worth more than just one egg deduction.

-1: Expansion bays. Yes it has two and thus can support a full video card but the slots showing the inputs are manufactured slightly too small and may block video card ports. My MSI N650's mini-HDMI was blocked by a few millimeters, nothing an angle grinder and a steady hand couldn't fix; that's why I deducted it an egg.

-(Slap On the Wrist): Poor marketing. It claims this case to be for cooling but the design counters that marketing point. Infact, the 915R* probably has a better chance of having more fans mounted given the design (drive mount beam). Ergo better cooling and more dedicated drive storage.

Total: -2 Eggs

Other Thoughts: AND THE UGLY
Note: Starting Value: 3 Eggs

+0: One 120mm stock fan. Depending on what you are doing this could be a problem coupled with the poor case design if you want more fans. For that go for the 915R* for better fan luck.

+0: Micro-ITX = 1 PCIE port (choose one: video card, PCI wi-fi, or another PCI adapter). Although an inconvenience, there are other ways to get wifi (ethernet port, USB wifi, or a wifi enabled motherboard).

+0: Bad drive placements/mounts. Not saying that the rubber mounts are bad (actually they are great), rather the clearance of the drive from the case may be an issue depending on your power supply and its power SATA; if you have power SATAs in series, then it won't be able to connect to the mounted drives. The 915R* has a drive rack with enough clearance. For me it was a problem I overcome with a custom modification to give my drives enough clearance from the case. Not enough to warrant an egg deduction.

+0: Cable management fun. It might be an issue given the case's form factor and your power supply. Word to the wise, zip ties. You can figure it out but it will take some time. Where is the fun in easy, right?

+0: CPU clearance. Tons of vertical space; you can fit a Hyper 212 EVO but the horizontal space due to form factor is to be wary of because you can easily block either RAM slots or the PCIE slot.

+0: USB 3.0 support recommended. Without USB 3.0 support on the motherboard, the front two USBs will be useless. This will require a more expensive motherboard especially given the form factor.

*Side Note: If you decide to go for the 915R instead, just know that a water cooler is my suggestion due to the clearance above the motherboard on the account of the top rear mounted power supply. But even then you're bound to run into other issues like where to mount the grill and fan of the water cooler and fan placements given the video card length. So pick your poison.

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