Greg

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  1. I guess it depends on where you're located...and what stock is available. I picked my cases up brand new from a local supplier for less than $300.
  2. Hi all, I've just recently purchased the HAF935 & the 915F stackers. I saw the case featured as a build on the GGF site (Cooler Master Monster Rig) and just had to get one. How I have my set up is the 915F on top, 935 in the middle, and the 915R on the bottom. Now...the fun part...accessorising the case. I've never been a fan of liquid cooling, so I'm going to make mine air cooled. Which means lots of fans! (No idea how many I need, or what size yet, I just know they're going to be red). The build I've put into it is one I put together a couple of years ago: CPU – Intel i7 3770, 3.4 GHz 8mb - (LGA1155)(Ivy Bridge) Motherboard – Intel DZ77GA70K Extreme ATX - (LGA1155)(Ivy Bridge) Memory – 32GB (4x8GB) Corsair Vengeance (CMZ32GX3M4A1600C9) GPU – 2x Gigabyte ATI HD 7850 OC Edition (GV-R785OC-2GD) SSD – 1 x Corsair 240GB Neutron GTX HDD - 1 x Western Digital Red 3TB (WD30EFRX) - 1 x Western Digital Black 3TB (WD3003FZEX) Network - ASUS PCE-AC68 AC1900 (PCI-E) PSU – Antec TruePower Quattro 1200w Upgrading from an Antec Lanboy Air (Red) case. The only hiccup I found with transferring into the HAFs, is the Antec power supply is just that little bit too big to properly fit in the 935. So, for now, I've mounted my power supply in the 915R. Which, could have been a mixed blessing, being that it leaves me the extra room in the 935. Other than that everything went in nice and easy. My idea for now, is to convert the 915R into a Hard Drive storage section, and the 915F into the cooling section. (I've just started hunting for a pair of the "HAF Stacker Storage Kits", and a pair of the "915 Side Panel Windows"). So that should keep me entertained for a little bit. As I was reading the forum, I spotted this photo: That is an awesome idea! Where abouts is that located on the case? I'm going to have to have a look for it. Anyway, that's enough from me for now. Chat to you later.