- SECC / ABS Plastic ATX Mid Tower
- 2 x USB 3.0 (internal) / 2 x USB 2.0 / 1 x Audio / 1 x Speaker Front Ports
- ATX PS2 / EPS 12V (optional ) Power Supply
- 4 (one could be converted to 3.5" bay)
CM Storm Enforcer 05/26/2014
This case makes me giggle. I have built rigs before but not since 2000. The Storm Enforcer just makes me smile. Plenty of room and the cable management is something I enjoyed. Builds back in 2000 I was happy if the wiring didnt interfere with the fan blades. That and you could heat the room with them. Any how back on track. I was impressed with the feel of the case, it just felt like it had some thought put into its layout. The easy release tabs for the Optical bays, then I saw the removeable HDD bays with a simple squeeze of the tabs. I swear my heart skipped a beat. I have not been exposed to the joys of cable management behind the Mobo until now. And I love it. As for looks, the red is just aggressive (love it) I am thinking of putting some more LED's in and making it have a pulse. Why you may ask? Just because. Front Panel cables were long enough to reach where they needed to be and tuck in behind out of the way.
A nice big 200mm on the front.
120mm in the rear.
You can place another 200mm up top or two 120mm's
Steel body, ABS plastic, Mesh bezel
Oh and a nod from TomsHardware
2012 best value for your buck.
It looks baren at the moment without a graphics card. All the wiring is tucked away nicely and it looks like nothing is in it. Oh and it didn't come with a beer tray.
Storm Enforcer. 7:^)
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G-Skill Sniper Ram 2X4gb
Cooler Master Hyper T4 Heatpipe
Cooler Master 625W Extreme 2 v2.3 Power Supply
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