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Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Mid Tower Chassis Review - The Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Mid Tower Case

A new addition to the Storm series reaches our lab from Cooler Master. Let's see if the Enforcer is up to the Storm series name.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: May 11, 2011 2:50 pm
TweakTown Rating: 89%      Manufacturer: Cooler Master

The Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Mid Tower Case

 

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The front of the chassis is made mostly from plastic. The top sectioned part is a door that opens to the right and allows access to the drive bays. Below this is a four sectioned area of thick plastic bars and inserted mesh panels. This allows for a cool look with the LEDs behind it while offering plenty of room for the intake.

 

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Just above the CM STORM logo you will find the I/O panel. The strip contains two USB 3.0 connections with a first to my desk; motherboard connector, versus a standard cable end. There is of course USB 2.0 ports, audio jacks and a power button, with no signs of a reset switch.

 

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Up top there is a large indented area that acts as a tray for all your small goods. Behind this is a large area that currently doesn't have a fan installed. There is room for a 200mm or a pair of 120mm fans in this spot.

 

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Once the door is open, you now can find the reset at the top and you can see you need to remove this panel to get the bay covers out.

 

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I peeled the outer plastic to give you a clean look at the windows shape and the plastic caps that secure the window around it. The indents in front of the window combined with the shapes from the front almost give this chassis the effect of motion while sitting still.

 

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Around the back we see a panel we are used to. Water cooling holes at the top, the 7+1 configuration of the expansion slots, and the spot for a lock loop to be installed for added security.

 

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