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    Cooler Master HAF Stacker MbK



    Hi my fellow modders,

    Think you have heard of this new case(s) from Cooler Master: The HAF Stacker
    This combines the HAF and the Stacker series and has a nice and new concept: modular cases
    The case is designed so that can be used to create different configurations. The various housings combined with each other
    This time I will use all 3 parts to build a case that is somewhat larger than normal.


    I will also make use of the fact that there is a great competition going on. Presented by ..... Cooler Master.
    Because they have again the confidence in me to work with this brand new case, I will try to do a Cooler Master casemod competition theme. This will include logos, shapes, little advertising and some updates on this event.

    I will NOT participate this year because of the sponsored case


    So if you like to win beautiful prizes
    Come on and participate!!!

    How it all began:

    Sometimes I have a lot of respect for the postal guys. The 3 packages



    Larger then my son



    Unboxing.















    These are the different modular cases:



    Once stacked ... BIG



    First some detail shots.

    The 925:























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    Inside:

































    More parts soon!!!

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    I think the case is great custom cooling top , bottom, both really a lot of potential.
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    Update!!!

    First some pictures from the two parts I have received also...

    The 915F where the PSU is mounted at the front













    The 915R is for the PSU at the back















    And some pictures outside

















    Time to stack all

    915R placed beneath



    915F on top











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    Pretty BIG!!!

    Time for some modding I think.

    This time a little different kind of modding. I rotated the case, so it becoming a kind of ghetto blaster.



    I have slightly modified the connection strips so it become all the same on both sides. and removed the unnecessary stuff... maybe placed back later.



    Looks nice all ready



    Placed the original modo tray back under a small angle





    Did some cutouts on both sides





    Removed some steel from the top



    And placed the tray again





    There will be other hardware but this is for measurments.



    Placed some acrylic underneath the motherboard tray for mounting some great products....But more on this later.





    Thanks for your attention

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    Update!!!

    All the beautiful products have come in the past few weeks for this build. Therefore a major update with everything. There will be 2 updates this weekend, because it's a lot

    First, there was a nice package from Cooler Master





    Including pretty amazing fans: The newJetFlow's 120

    Because I'm still not sure which color I'm going to use, I have requested three available colors

    JetFlow 120 white











    Some specs from these great fans:

    • LED Color: Dark (No LED) / Red / Blue / White
    • Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm / 4.7 x 4.7 x 1 inch
    • Fan Speed: 800-2000 RPM (PWM) ± 10%; w/ silent adapter: 1600/1200 RPM (fixed)
    • Air Flow: 95 CFM ± 10%
    • Air Pressure: 2.72 mmH2O ± 10%
    • Life Expectancy 160,000 hrs
    • Noise Level: 19 dBA (1200 RPM with included silent mode adapter)
    • 28 dBA (1600 RPM with included silent mode adapter)
    • 12-36 dBA (PWM)
    • Bearing Type POM Bearing - CM 4th Gen. bearing (*POM: Polyoxymethelene)
    • Connector: 4-Pin (PWM)
    • Voltage: 12 VDC
    • Current: 0.4A
    • Power Consumption: 4.8W




    Shock-absorbing feet



    Also in red





    And without LED, all black











    Comes with 2 adapters: 1 for 1600 RPM (28 dBA) and 1 for 1200 RPM (19 dBA)



    Power on









    More about the Cooler Master box later

    Also EKWB is helping me with this build, so also a nice EKWB box:





    With lots of lovely products



    First, I have requested two beautiful radiators : De EK-CoolStream RAD XT (480)





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    Looks very good with the new Cooler Master JetFlow's









    This set will be placed on both sides of the HAF Stacker, like this:




    For this my good friend Pascal and I made 2 beautiful covers:



    With nice looking bevel edges











    Thanks Pascal van Veen, another piece of art man.
    For this cover I first pasted a layer of white vinyl and then black.









    EKWB radiator behind it with the JetFlow's





    Also, I requested two beautiful reservoirs. The EK-RES X3 400











    With mounting material



    And two extra multiport tops to try some things.



    Which will be placed like this




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    Before the update is getting too big, I'll be posting the rest tomorrow. But one more thing ... I received a very nice tool from Mnpctech For my favorite tubing



    De Reamer













    A very nice tool to use internally and externally too deburr and ream edges

    More tomorrow!!!!!

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    Really looking good dude you got great case for your custom loop.
    Current: MSI Xpower Gaming Titanium | 7700K | G Skill Ripjaws V 3000 16Gb | 960 EVO 500Gb | Intel 730 480Gb | Seasonic 1000 Platinum |
    NZXT X62 | Acer XB270HU | EVGA 1080 ti FTW3

    Secondary: R4BE | 4930K | G.SKILL 2400 16GB | Corsair AX 1500i
    Intel 730 240GB + 480GB | EVGA GTX780 ti sli kpe | Custom H20

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