Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer
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Pretty awesome case with a few reservations
11 July 2013
Summary: I've been buying a lot of cooler master branded parts lately and this one is great but a few disappointments. Pros: - Big 200mm fan in the front and 120mm fan in the back makes for good air flow - Has dust filters on bottom for PSU and in the front for in the intake - Comes with zip ties for cable routing.
Summary: I was in the market for a case that would provide extra cooling for my components. This tower is awesome for that! I added an extra fan on the top and I have never had a problem with overheating in this case. Especially during the hot weather (I do not have AC). This case powers through all my hardcore gaming keeping everything cool. Also love the red LED fan. I added extra red LED throughout the case. It is now named my red demon.
Summary: I wanted a mid size tower because I had a full size and that thing was a beast. So I bought this one. The size was a little bigger that I planned but the case is amazing. I didnt even know prior to buying that there is a 2.5 cage for solid state drives. The cage houses two ssd drives. The finish on the case is super sexy and the lights up front are nice without being over bearing. I also love the placement of the Top USB 2.0 and 3.0 slots.
Summary: This is an overall solidly constructed case. It more spacious than any mid tower I've ever seen while still keeping it light. Everything seems to fit together nicely. The drive trays are very nice. My only cons: 1. The large fan opening on the top is a novel design. While allowing for ample air circulation during usage, this also opens up a big channel for dust an other tiny objects to get into the case while not in use.
Summary: This case is awesome. Spacious, well laid out. Power button and USB connector at top and angled is perfect. All parts, screws, brackets, and adapter for SSD are included, so don't buy an SSD adapter. Love this case.
Summary: This case was bigger than I thought it would be. It is very sturdy, and well thought out. I have two older Lian-Li cases which I love, but they are only set up for 80mm fans. I'm using the Corsair H70 liquid CPU cooler in the computer I'm building, and it has a radiator that connects to a 120mm fan. This build should be very quiet. The case has a 200mm fan in front, and the 120mm in the rear through the H70 radiator.