A Closer Look – 935 Interior
Onto the interior and things look pretty much like any other high-end full-tower chassis. There is an ultra wide CPU cooler cut-out, very handy if you’re installing a dual socket motherboard and need to change the coolers. There is plenty of cable routing space, not only on the motherboard mounting plate, but also in the base section, top panel and if you remember there is also a little at the back, just above the rear fan.
At the front you’ll find each of the 5.25″ drive bays is fitted with tool free locks, allowing for quick and easy drive installation / removal.
There are two removable hard drive bays, each with 3 removable trays that support either 2.5″ or 3.5″ drives.
The hard drive trays features a tool free mechanism for 3.5″ drives; the tray extends wider, pop your drive in, snap it shut, done!
The rear 140mm fan features a 3-pin connection and a pre-installed 3-pin to Motex adaptor for maximum compatibility.
The top rails of the chassis are multi purpose and can be used to slide and lock in place either another HAF Stacker chassis, the top panel cover or on the bottom of the chassis, the chassis feet.
Clear and tidy around the back, you’ll find 20mm of space for cable routing here, as well as a few cable tie loops scattered around to help you keep everything organised.
Around the back you’ll also find a stealth mount for an extra 2.5″ hard drive.
A small cable routing hole near the back of the front panel, perfect for routing any extra fan cables.
Interestingly there are no pre-installed front fans, personally I think this is a better idea on a premium case as most people will no doubt be wanting to install their own after-market fans anyway.