Cooler Master HAF Stacker System Review
Published: 11th January 2014 | Source: Cooler Master | Price: 210 |
The Build continued
The build into the main section of the case goes smoothly thanks to the bags of space on offer and the ample and well distributed cable management holes. We've taken the HDDs bays out to show you just how much room you have if you're thinking of putting a rad in here. Simply put, with 180mm of space between the mount and the anterior edge of the grommets there's not a 240 rad on the market that won't fit with fans in push pull.
Up in the roof it's a different story, with only 30mm of space even a thin AIO is out of the question. As the main section is designed to be used with at least one 915 and comes packaged with a 915R we don't really see this as an issue.
The huge grommeted management hole next to the PSU takes all the cables you could need with room to spare, with the smaller hole above the PSU allowing for auxiliary cables such as audio and USB to be brought through closer to their destinations.
Even with the drive bays back in there's still plenty of room for manoeuvre, as you might expect from a case that's able to take the EATX motherboard. Below right we've shown how the routing holes line up from the top of one case to another