Friday, August 30th 2013

Cooler Master Unveils HAF Stacker Series

Cooler Master, a leading creator, innovator and manufacturer of desktop components and more, today officially unveils to the world the first stackable "modtower" -- The HAF Stacker series. This evolutionary computer case is the first of its kind to provide new levels of modularity, expandability, and creativity for system builders around the world. The HAF Stacker series is currently on display for the very first time at the Cooler Master Booth#3446 at PAX Prime 2013 in Seattle, WA.

Series Convergence
Joining together two titans among Cooler Master case series, HAF Stacker takes the essence of the widely popular High Air Flow and Stacker series and elevates them to new heights as a single, cohesive line. The large drive storage and interior space of the Stacker series meets the Water and Air cooling design of the HAF series. The result is the first modular and expandable full tower with smaller companion cases that all stack together seamlessly.

Follow the launch and learn more at:
http://coolermaster-usa.com/microsite/hafstacker/

Stack Up. Stack On.
HAF Stacker, built for the tinkerer, DIY builder, modder, newbie, multi-PC household, and you. The HAF Stacker is more than a collection of cases, it's the freedom to configure a single PC or multiple PC setups in innumerable ways. Be it watercooled, air cooled, workstation, server, extreme gaming setup, or the first PC you have ever built; HAF Stacker has a setup to suit you.

Available in three distinct models, the HAF Stacker series features a full tower HAF 935 configuration consisting of the HAF 915R and HAF 925, M-ITX HAF 915R, and M-ITX HAF 915F. Each base configuration offers unique features and benefits that allow them to be standalone cases that stand out on their own merit while being stackable with other models in the series for expanded functionality. This is all made possible by a CM patent pending rail system that was inspired by a military picatinny rail to enable the attachment and removal of each stackable piece in 2 easy and secure steps.

Availability
The full series will be launching globally and on sale Q4 of this year. Price and availability may vary based on region.
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34 Comments on Cooler Master Unveils HAF Stacker Series

#1
Volkszorn88
What the stack?!-

I actually dig this tbh.
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#2
Norton
WCG-TPU Team Captain
Maybe interesting if there were w/c modules you could stack on top or a way to stack modules on the side.... don't see the point in stacking itx cases on this case.

Looks like it will fall over too easily.
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#3
XL-R8R
NAS and awesome PC combo.... or, LAN box and HUGE server/NAS below it.


The potential applications for this case are endless to be honest..... even your significant other half/kids/parents/etc can have her/his rig sat along side (a-top) of yours; instant space saver.

HTPC/mad server combo even? :rockout:
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#4
haswrong
uh, too complicated for me.. :wtf:
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#6
Mar51264
somehow this reminds me of the azza fusion 4000 ;)
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#7
3lfk1ng
by: HumanSmoke
Looks as though the guys at CM have spent time drooling over pedestals on the CaseLabs site
My thoughts exactly.
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#8
mastrdrver
So much disappointment on my part.
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#9
james888
I expected more than just making the haf series able to be stacked on each other. What are they legos
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#10
hero1
Ugh

What the heck is this? They could have made this case much better by not including the mITX capabilites or the USB ports on that pedestal. They could have avoided this whole pedestal thing just by making the top of the case capable of handling 360/420 mm rad and the same for the bottom and have the PSU sitting vertically. Come on CM!:mad:
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#11
micropage7
nice idea but i dont like it at all
its like a box over a box and its pretty ugly
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#12
adulaamin
Pictures of the inside would've been good. I might be interested in the MITX cases but as a whole, I'm a bit disappointed. I thought it was a combination/evolution of the old Stacker series but then it's just some new HAF models you can put on top of the other. It literally is a stacker. :)
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#13
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
No full side panel window from the factory? fail.
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#14
Jack1n
THIS is what all the noise was about? Corsair 600TM here i come.
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#16
Sinzia
I was hoping for something more like the original Stacker, the ST-01 (I still have one!)
This... eh, I dunno, there's something off about it.
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#17
D4S4
the original stacker is a thing of beauty, this looks crappy
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#18
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
cooler master has dropped off their game.
this makes no sense at all. why would anyone need want to pile their CPUs on top of each other into a very expensive tower that can topple?

this just makes no sense. another marketing gimmick to boost sales.
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#19
Norton
WCG-TPU Team Captain
by: adulaamin
Pictures of the inside would've been good. I might be interested in the MITX cases but as a whole, I'm a bit disappointed. I thought it was a combination/evolution of the old Stacker series but then it's just some new HAF models you can put on top of the other. It literally is a stacker. :)
Inside pics here:

http://coolermaster-usa.com/display_event_gallery.php?id=166&num=1
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#21
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
i think two models as in one to go on the top and one for the bottom ?
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#22
adulaamin
by: Cristian_25H

Each base configuration offers unique features and benefits that allow them to be standalone cases that stand out on their own merit while being stackable with other models in the series for expanded functionality.
And it also says on the picture that each of the m-ITX cases have different PSU mounting positions (rear and front)



I'm guessing this is the front PSU mount model although I couldn't find a pic of it's innards. :)
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#23
mastrdrver
Gamersnexus.net has a couple videos of this....thing?

[media=youtube]QvBLTALR0XE[/media]
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#24
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: hero1
What the heck is this? They could have made this case much better by not including the mITX capabilites or the USB ports on that pedestal. They could have avoided this whole pedestal thing just by making the top of the case capable of handling 360/420 mm rad and the same for the bottom and have the PSU sitting vertically. Come on CM!:mad:
There's already a case with those capabilities. Its called the 900D.
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#25
freaksavior
To infinity ... and beyond!
I feel like it's an "okay?" kind of case. I mean, great, you can stack your case. What's stopping me from doing that right now. I'll tell ya, nothing is.
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