The HAF Stacker 925 (Main Compartment)
The main compartment of the Stacker 935 looks just like your typical mid-tower case. This case will not be sold separately from the 935. The case has the same style as the 915 cases of course so they look good when you stack them. The case does not come with a top as the 915 is meant to be stacked on top of it. Now if you wanted to stack the 915 on the bottom you can take the top off the 915 and install it here.
The front of the case is all mesh. At the top you have a power button, audio connections, two USB 3.0 ports and two USB 2.0 ports. Below that you have three 5.25-inch drive bays. The rest of the front of the case is mesh and has support for dual 120 mm intakes or a single 92 mm intake.
The side of the case has a rather large window on it. This will show off everything installed.
Moving along to the back of the case there are three watercooling holes at the top, a 140 mm exhaust fan, 8 expansion slots and and your power supply mount at the bottom. There is also a removable fan filter that comes out from the bottom of the case.
The bottom of the case has two large openings that will allow you to route your cables between systems.
Opening the case up and getting inside we can see that there is quite a lot of room to work with. The main compartment has room for E-ATX, ATX and Micro-ATX cases. There are 4 cable routing holes that has the rubber inserts installed and a smaller one at the top for your CPU power cable.
The three 5.25-inch drive bays use Cooler Master’s simple tool-less locking system, which has worked very well on previous Cooler Master cases.
Moving down there are two hard drive cages. Both cages are completely removable. Each cage has three trays that easily come out and support both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives.
There is a spot for your power supply on the bottom of the case. Moving up there are 8 expansion slots and an extra one that you can use for a VGA cooler or some type of controller. Finally towards the top of the case is the 140 mm exhaust fan.
There is also a very large CPU cutout on the motherboard which will allow you to install aftermarket CPU coolers without having to remove your motherboard from the case. Taking the opposite side panel of the case off we can see how everything it setup. There is quite a lot of room on the the backside of the case to route cables.