New CS Stacker speaks BTX & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 4, 2005 - 04:03 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The CoolerMaster Stacker or CM Stacker has been around for quite a while in various forms. It has always been one of the better choices to build a high powered 'puter in, but the price is steep ($200 +). The newest incarnation is on the dissecting table at X-Bit Labs, and it is able to work with both ATX and the new BTX form factor.
"We reviewed an interesting system case for wealthy PC enthusiasts from CoolerMaster. The design and built quality make it a good choice for a file server on a local network or an advanced workstation. And if you put a water-cooling system instead of the second power supply or try to experiment with Freon-based coolers, the case will also be perfect solution for advanced gaming configurations. Read our review for more details about it!"
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Nexus Breeze 400 Mid-Tower Case Review @ MODTHEBOX.COM
- "SilverStone Sneak Peak: New Cases at C3" at XYZ Computing
- Antec P180 Advanced Super Mid Tower Case @ sgOverclockers
Logisys Multi-Function Panel with Remote Start @ ExtremeMHz
SunbeamTech 20 in 1 MultiFunction Panel and Anodized Fans @ PimpRig