Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 Case ReviewMon, Jan 13, 2014 - 10:09 AM
The Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 is shipped in a plain brown box, which is extremely large, it measures 25.5 x 11.5 x 33.5 inches (LxWxH); not to mention the weight to ship it coming in pretty close to 39.25 pounds.
Opening the box, we find familiar packing material. The case itself is packed in a soft foam bag, with hard Styrofoam blocks.
The Styrofoam blocks are a little unique for this case, as there are three of them that protects the Stacker 935. When taken out of the box, it looks just like it would be stacked in the default configuration if the blocks and foam bags were removed. Shipping a box of this size must have been a bit of a challenge for the shipper, some damage happened, no damage to the case though. Several pieces of the Styrofoam blocks broke off in the lower left corner.
Since the Stacker 935 is essentially two cases, there are a large number of accessories; some of which are unusual due to the unique case design. No specific user manual was included, it is available online, however a “How to Stack” sheet was. In addition, there are ten cable ties, a blank motherboard I/O plate, four rubber anti-vibration standoffs, two side panel locks, fifteen brass motherboard standoffs, a standoff socket, eight long fan screws and a large selection of other screws. In addition to the blank motherboard I/O plate, two other unusual accessories are the large metal plate, used to cover the power supply hole on the 915R if no power supply is installed, and a SATA power cable extension for three SATA devices.