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Cooler Master HAF Stacker

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  1. Darksaber

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    Cooler Master is joining the fray of extra large cases, but is making things modular in the process. With that in mind, the HAF Stacker was born. Will it show others how it is done, although late to the game? We take the HAF Stacker and shuffle its parts around a few times to see what it has to offer over offerings by other brands.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/CoolerMaster/HAF_Stacker/
     
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    lack of atx split cable (one psu for 2 system) and lack (too) of atx 2 in 1 cable (very usefull to turn on 2 psu at same time, one for cpu-mobo-peripheral and another one for gpu)

    also very little dust proof, and wtf! 1€ = 1$ ??? cmon!
     
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    Nice review. The Cooler Master case looks like a good build quality.
     
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    any chance you could take some shots of it fixed together with the small case on the base dude?

    only i am thinking about trying to mod one od these with a 480 rad in the front but would want to use the small case at the base to house drives
     
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    Is it possible to stack the large case on top of another large case ? Just interested as it would save me a lot of room.
     
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    you know that aint a bad idea!!!
     
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