A couple months back I took a look at the Cooler Master Test Bench V1.0, but it seems like it has been a while since I had a look at a case from CM. The last couple of cases I looked at were the HAF-X, CM690II and the Storm Sniper. The Sniper had some very cool features and a style all its own, keeping most of what made those cases a success while adding a fair bit of individualism to this new concept. Aesthetically this case looks like no other I have seen and almost looks like the case is in motion with the rounded design and stamped in designs in the steel.
There were a ton of features in the chassis I named above, and some that while very nice to have, aren't needed in every case build, such as a built in fan controller. Not that Cooler Master overlooked the obvious and made this chassis any better or worse to work in than the other Storm chassis designs; it's just done a bit differently this time. The Bezel is different, and even has a door to cover the optical bays. The exterior shape and overall styling is different; even the way the tool-free features work is a bit different.
Today we are going to be looking at the Enforcer from Cooler Masters Storm Series of cases. Things we have come to expect like a sleek and smooth looking exterior, all black, both inside and out, LED lighting showing through mesh in the front bezel, wire management options, and the ease of installation I have seen in all these cases before. But without showing you images of the case, I could type to death and I don't think I would do it the justice it deserves. Let's get through these specs and pricing information so I can show you, for the price they are asking in stores, the Storm Enforcer is a very equipped case for the price in this mass of mid towers to choose from.
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