Cooler Master HAF Stacker System Review
Published: 11th January 2014 | Source: Cooler Master | Price: 210 |
Up Close: 915R interior
Both the roof and sides of the 915R are easily removed to allow unparalleled access to the interior. In the image below right you can easily see the mounting holes for fans or rads on the inside of the side panels.
We weren't joking when we said there was a lot of access! To help orientate, here we're looking at the rear of the case where the motherboard and PSU would be located. It might seem off to have a large rubber grommeted area under the motherboard area, but remember this case can take on an alternate role, doubling as either a home for rads or a HDD storage area, so these management holes will be perfect for routing cables or tubes up from the main case below
Turning the case round we're now looking at the front where there's room for three 3.5" or 2.5" drives. Above this lies a single 5.25" bay. All of these drive caddies can be removed if desired, with additional sets of screw holes on the case floor allowing for the relocation of HDD caddies from the main case as we'll see when we start the build section. If you're wondering about cooling, there's actually a small 92mm fan buried in the front, but we'll get a better look at that when we strip things down.