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Cooler Master Storm Stryker Full-Tower Chassis Review - Packaging

Cooler Master delivers the Stryker from its Storm Series of chassis designs. Come see what is new in full-tower cases.

| Full-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Sep 17, 2012 3:26 pm
TweakTown Rating: 97%Manufacturer: Cooler Master

Packaging

 

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The CM Storm Stryker uses the all black with red accents as does any Storm product packaging. This time on the front there is an image of the all white Stryker over the image of a tank. Maybe I had the analogy backwards and this is the tank and the Trooper was the infantry leading in.

 

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On the side of the box you get to see the right side of the chassis this time just above strength, security and control listed as the Storm Tactics. At the bottom, it lists that this is a computer case in 21 languages.

 

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On the back of the packaging there are three images of the chassis covering 12 features found with the Stryker. There are five other features listed at the bottom covering things that couldn't be shown above.

 

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On the last side of the packaging you are give the full specifications chart large enough to easily read. Below the chart is regional company addresses and information and at the bottom is a check-box for included parts with the chassis. Even though I have a windowed version, it is marked that I do not.

 

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Keeping the Storm Stryker safe during transit, CM chose to cover the front and rear of the chassis with Styrofoam caps. While it keeps the front and back protected, it does leave a lot of room open to attack in transit on the door panels. I'm not really sure why, but the plastic line isn't exactly covering the chassis, but the Stryker arrived in perfect shape, so even though I feel it may be inadequate for a case this large and heavy, it did work.

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