- Steel / Plastic
- USB 3.0 x 2, USB x 2, Audio Front Ports
- 3 + 1 (915R) External 5.25" Drive Bays
- 9 (3 x modular cage) Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
zOMG - amazing, bordering on the ridiculous! 11/27/2013
Modular case setup is brilliant. Plenty of room and flexibility to move things around as needed. I combined the 935 with another 915, which I guess makes it a 945. Needless to say, the resulting case is huge. Build quality is great and the separate pieces bolt together quite securely - enough to easily lug the assembled case up and down stairs without any worries. I'm still experimenting with final placement of all of my components, trying to figure out where I want hot/cool zones and how I want to route airflow - a nice problem to have for a change as it's not something I can usually contemplate as cases are normally quite limited.
Size? ... but then again, if you weren't looking for a big case, then you probably wouldn't have bought a HAF Stacker.
IMO, given the price, this is one of the best cases out there. Add in the fact that you can stack as many as you want and you have perfection. I haven't been a fan of recent trends in case design - my current I7-920 build remains in a ghetto OEM version of an old Antec full-tower case. Not that I'm cheap, but nothing out there really improved over what the 10 year old case offered (dings and all). However with the new build it would have been a serious challenge to house everything in the old clunker. I was looking for a case to accommodate my new Haswell build and needed something to easily contain 8-12 hard drives, water cooling radiators, 1-2 power supplies and enough flexibility to give me good airflow over all of my expansion cards (RevoDrive, 10G NIC, R9 290, 3Ware RAID). This case combo not only easily covers all of those requirements, but does so with style and unparalleled flexibility. As my title says, the HAF Stacker is amazing, bordering on the ridiculous.
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