An all black box fitting the Storm series is what the Enforcer arrived in. The case very much resembles the "Enforcer" behind the case, which also resembles Robocop.
The side of the box has another image of the Enforcer lit up and shows the Storm Tactics; strength, security, and control.
The back will show you visually everything going on inside and out of the Enforcer. I count fourteen key features that Cooler Master is proud to show off on this mid tower.
The last panel contains a full list of the specifications. You can find everything here from dimensions and materials, to cooling options, all the way down to cooling and VGA room inside.
Yet another case shipped in the typical Styrofoam and plastic liner. There were added measures taken to protect the window just in case. In this instance there is no "in case"; the Enforcer arrived in perfect shape and ready for some action!
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