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post #2 of 769 (permalink) Old 10-22-2013, 12:26 PM
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Highly tempted, as I've been debating on 900D , Air540 and the M8/MH10 from Case labs. Heck I'm almost curious if the 915r would fit over one of the panels for the 540... if so that'd be a dream within itself Lol.

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post #3 of 769 (permalink) Old 10-22-2013, 10:25 PM
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post #4 of 769 (permalink) Old 11-12-2013, 05:29 PM
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Hi Guys,

We are working on a series of accessory kits for the HAF Stacker. These kits are exclusively for the HAF Stacker, and not compatible with any other chassis. It allows people to build more complicated and advanced configurations then we were able to supply with the standard kit. All kits will include 4 x quick detach pins for the sliding feet and covers. Let us know which ones which are most function and would suit your application.

They will only be offered in packages to make them easier to acquire in the market.

1. Stacking board - Wide case platform
-Allows stacking beyond 2 x 915 + mid section (925)
-Imagine Guinness book of records type PC stacking height
-Could support 2 x 915 adjacent as an alternate mode
-Design to support 200kg with 4 wheels for mobility


2. Multi-power switch/extended utility package
-When using 3 separate PC 2 x 915, provides 3 power/reset switches by module
-Includes 1.5m SATA HDD cables, EPS 12V extender, and 1-8pin fan hub
-Can be used for multiple PC, or in conjunction with existing I/O (upgrade to HAF 935 or HAF 915)
-Designed to enable more advanced uses especially in regions where these types of accessories aren't available

3. Stack-it package
-Includes locking top rail x 2, bottom rail x 2, stacker feet x 2
-Allows stacking other stuff, or as replacement parts, mainly for additional equipment purchase


4. Storage package
-Includes additional HDD cages for HAF 915/925 (each 915 can support x 3)
-Designed for those who use SATA RAID arrays and need more bays


5. Slim ODD package
-Replaces the I/O and the 5.25" ODD tray in the HAF 915 models
-It allows to use a slim Blu-ray, even slot-in models
-Allows for full radiator compatibility while maintaining ODD support, allows for mounting larger radiators in HAF 915 when used by itself


6. Trinity I/O
-"god" I/O that replaces HAF 915 or HAF 935 standard USB 3.0 I/O with 1 x Thunderbolt, 1 x ESATA-P, 1 x Display port 1.2
-Will be rear panel replicators
-Gold plated possibly

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I'll take some pictures tonight and edit this post!

I'm also going to be buying another 915F to put on the bottom. I want to build a mini itx freenas build, possibly 2 915Fs so I can load up 9 drives below. I'll create a build log if I decide to do so.

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Corsair H100i in push config (not really liking this system at the moment, terrible temps and not able to upgrade, plan on doing a custom loop as I upgrade this system.) and 3 750 GB WD Enterprise in Raid.


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Sabetooth 990 FX R2.0 is about the only noteworthy component in here at the moment. Hoping to upgrade here in the coming months. As you can see I have completely removed the HDD bays. I originally wanted to mount my H100i on the front, but the tubing is not quite long enough and would have broken my RAM.


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Sticking off the front of the case are 2 ASIC Miners trying to bring me in some of this glorious BTC cheddar! Gotta pay for the addiction somehow...
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Jesus at the size you can reach with that thing!!biggrin.gif
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