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Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Gaming Case Video Review

Author: Keeton "FiXT" Grant
Date: April 13, 2011
Product Name: CM Storm Enforcer
Warranty: 2 Years
 
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Cooler Master is launching their first new case of the year under the CM Storm brand, and as such it is geared with a look and design for gamers.

The CM Storm Enforcer is a chassis that is a new spin on a successful Cooler Master design. The case exterior is modelled after a cyborg soldier, and isn't content to just sit under the desk, but demands to be carted around and shown off at LAN parties. The case takes it interior layout from the HAF 912, and as such is set up perfectly for effective airflow and support for all types of serious gaming hardware. You'll be surprised at just how much can fit in this modest mid-tower. The case also makes use of some new technology; USB 3.0 is now available with the new standard internal motherboard header.

Unfortunately, the CM Storm Enforcer doesn't seem to carry the same value focus of the HAF 912, at $89.99 consumers may find themselves a little stretched to understand exactly where the extra $30 is going. The price tag of the Enforcer puts it right in direct competition with the award winning Cooler Master 690 II, which may outshine it in a few key areas. Cooler Master has already set the bar very high for this market in regards to value, and consumers will need to make the ultimate decision about whether the Enforcer suits their desires.

YouTube - CM Storm Enforcer Product Showcase Video Review
 
 

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