Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer
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CM Storm Enforcer - ATX Chassis - No Power Supply
18 January 2013
Excerpt: This is the best chassis I've bought that has a front 'door' that opens to reveal the optical and floppy drives (I don't know the real name for it) and I highly recommend this for pc gamers who r looking for a chassis with a front 'door' at an affordable price such as this.
Pros: WOW. This case is a steal for 90$. Great removable drive bays, you can move the SSD bay wherever you want it, its a big case its got plenty of room. Also, should you take it to a LAN party, it has small slot on the window and the case that line up so you can put a lock on it, which would protect the hardware inside your computer. Would definitely recommend getting a Cooler Master Megaflow 200 red led fan to go in the top fan area. Right now im running an AMD FX-8150 w...
Summary: Speaking of fans, it doesn't come with any fans up top, which is fine since I have loads of 120mm's laying around, but seriously? 120mm it comes with in the back is really weak.
Pros: I really like the design and size. Fit my Classified (E-ATX) admittedly it is covering the cable management holes, but I was able to route wires really well anyway. It also fits my Xigmatek Thor's Hammer with about .5" to spare.
Cons: Graphics card temps can get a bit high since there isn't a fan directly blowing on it (but I obviously knew that going in). It would have been nice for the area under the SSD cage to fit an optional 120mm fan. I think a mod might be in order. =)
Excerpt: This has been the easiest chassis I've ever worked on. My GTX560ti fits in easily with room to spare and the same card has barely fits in my Thermaltake chassis. You also get some nifty accessories in the package like tons of extra screws, SSD mounting brackets and easy in-out brackets for HDDs. The only thing I would caution against is what PSU you buy. My cables on my Odin 720W barely reach all the places it needs to.
Excerpt: Great case, goes with 120mm fan at the back, and a red led 200mm fan at the front, there is a slot at the top to install another 200mm fan, or 2x 120mm fan. I recommend people order an extra 200mm fan to fill the slot on the top, then the air flow will be very good. Also note that the case have 2 USB3.0 at the front, so make sure you have a USB 3.0 plug on your motherboard.
Pros: Best case ull find in this size for this price! Im so happy with it its better than i thought it'd be and I did ALOT of research before I bought this.
Cons: THESE ARE NOT CONS AT ALL, but a few small things one should know: if not using the top fan, u willwant to cover the opening to not allow dust/debris into ur case. the front panel is plastic and has 6 support levers/notches so be gentle when removing or you could break the plastic. also the bay door will swing a little wide so ull need a few inches to the right of the case for it to open enough to access 5.25 in drives. no true issues!