Retail packaging for the BTX module
The BTX upgrade kit for the Stacker consists of two parts: an airflow tunnel and an SRM. The plastic tunnel sits at the front of the case and replaces three forward drive bays. The SR module serves to support and restrain the motherboard and the BTX thermal module.
The large BTX airflow channel replace three 5.25" drive bays.
Mount points for the large (optional) BTX cage fan
Simple conversion from ATX to BTX
Coolermaster's Stacker shows all the other vendors how to do things right. That's why so much room is available for 5.25" drives, hard drive cages and the BTX upgrade kit. The Stacker has clearly inspired lots of imitation, but this case demonstrates that it's the granddaddy of all BTX cases. Especially interesting is the space laid out specifically for a second power supply. Coolermaster even includes a special extension cable to support redundant PSUs in its retail packaging.
What the successor unit, the CM Stacker 830, looks like.
|Coolermaster CM Stacker STC-T01
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what i would like to know is if this case – Armor VA8000BWS , INCLUDING the BTX Upgrade Kit ,
if i can use the upgrade btx kit and use a nvidia nForce 790i SLI mainboard in this case ... or do i have to buy a btx mainboard?
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