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
HumanSmoke
by: MxPhenom 216
There's already a case with those capabilities. Its called the 900D.
Not to mention Little Devil....Mountain Mods...and CaseLabs...and (with a little work) the Phanteks Enthoo Primo...
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#3
Assimilator
There are many words that could be used to describe this. I'm going to go with "wat".
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#4
GreiverBlade
oohhh a Fractal Design Node304 with HAF look ... daaaaamn why didnt they did this before! :D

i mean the 915 front mounting psu ... i went Node over CM120Elite because of the PSU hindrance on the CM120 :D : why put a ATX PSU in a mITX case if its for being locked to Stock/low profile fan ... OK i know the AXP 100 from Thermalright is awesome but still :o

Sidenote : i wonder if i can stack my HAF XB ... i feel like the Mesh top is higher than the feets are ... :roll:

[spoiler=m'kay thanks CM to made me have such a stupid idea ... BEHOLD! the HAF XB STACKER!]


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indeed the mesh/window top is higher than the feets ... and yes ... i have a "wall" of Monster Energy drink on my shelf ...

oh wait ... NOW i can buy 2 new HAF XB since i have the place for them ...

from HHAAFF XXBB to HHHHAAAAFFFF XXXXBBBB, quite an improvement ... after hiting the save post ... i noticed : it hurt the eyes :roll:

now i just need to figure out where to get cheap mobo/psu/cpu/gpu/ram (cheap but not underpowered ... duh) and for the cooling ... meeehhh oh great: Watercooling for the bottoms one and standard for the top one... hummm YEP definitely a ... STUPID IDEA!
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#5
buildzoid
by: GreiverBlade
oohhh a Fractal Design Node304 with HAF look ... daaaaamn why didnt they did this before! :D

i mean the 915 front mounting psu ... i went Node over CM120Elite because of the PSU hindrance on the CM120 :D : why put a ATX PSU in a mITX case if its for being locked to Stock/low profile fan ... OK i know the AXP 100 from Thermalright is awesome but still :o

Sidenote : i wonder if i can stack my HAF XB ... i feel like the Mesh top is higher than the feets are ... :roll:

[spoiler=m'kay thanks CM to made me have such a stupid idea ... BEHOLD! the HAF XB STACKER!]http://imageshack.us/a/img23/3968/nypi.jpg
http://imageshack.us/a/img62/1986/0u82.jpg
http://imageshack.us/a/img845/3931/yd14.jpg
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indeed the mesh/window top is higher than the feets ... and yes ... i have a "wall" of Monster Energy drink on my shelf ...

oh wait ... NOW i can buy 2 new HAF XB since i have the place for them ...

from HHAAFF XXBB to HHHHAAAAFFFF XXXXBBBB, quite an improvement ... after hiting the save post ... i noticed : it hurt the eyes :roll:

now i just need to figure out where to get cheap mobo/psu/cpu/gpu/ram (cheap but not underpowered ... duh) and for the cooling ... meeehhh oh great: Watercooling for the bottoms one and standard for the top one... hummm YEP definitely a ... STUPID IDEA!
Dude you could build an impromtu server rack like that:rockout:
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#6
techtard
This is kind of interesting, but they should have called it a HAF extender or something.
Would have been nice to have a real CM stacker case updated instead of these add-on modules.
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#7
CoolZone
Was really expecting this to be a revival of the Stacker series.....but it seems they are not ready yet for this step.
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#8
GreiverBlade
by: buildzoid
Dude you could build an impromtu server rack like that:rockout:
naaaahhh the point of a server rack is to put at least 14 blades in a space like that ... not 2 mobo with 2 cpu :D

well you can all be desapointed all you like but you cant say the idea is lame : you are not general opinion ;) at last you can say: you find the idea lame or disapointing :D
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#9
NeoXF
Id would`ve rather wanted to see a HAF X V2...
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