Cooler Master Unveil HAF Stacker Series

/ 3 years ago


Just a week ago we brought you the news about Cooler Master preparing the new HAF Stacker series of cases. I posed the question “how do you take the unique HAF Series case and combine it with the unique Stacker Series case?” in that article. Well now Cooler Master have answered that question and apparently the way they combine the two series opf cases is by stacking them on top of each other in a “mod tower” configuration. There are two main cases to the HAF Stacker series the HAF 925 and the HAF 915. The HAF 915 is the smaller cases you see above while the HAF 925 is the larger case you see below (with a HAF 915 on top of it).


The HAF 915 case will be available in two variants denoted HAF 915R or HAF 915F to indicate either a front mounted or rear mounted power supply. The overall aim of the HAF Stacker series is the freedom to configure your PC in anyway you want. There is even the opportunity to run multiple PCs, you could potentially store a file server above or below your main PC and hook it directly in using Gigabit LAN – just one example.


This stacking is made possible by a patented Cooler Master rail system to secure the cases in a few easy steps. Pricing and availability is going to vary by region and we can expect to see these cases from Q4 of 2013 meaning October 1st at the earliest.

Images courtesy of Cooler Master

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  • Wayne

    An interesting concept. Be careful how you place them or you could wind up with a Leaning Tower of Pisa.