Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer
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Fits everything I had in my HAF 932
Rebecca V., Newegg
15 March 2012
Summary: Decided to downsize from my HAF. Dimension wise it doesn't look that much smaller, but it seems a TON smaller to me. First case with a door, I like it.
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. =)
Summary: This case originally came to me with a huge crack running down the middle of the front door. I was so disappointed, I had all of my new PC parts sitting on my table and when I saw this crack I was very upset. It delayed my build a week. Thank to New Egg's easy RMA process I was able to get a replacement pretty quickly.
Pros: Overall a great case for the money. I love the red led from fan and the side panel window. The removable hard drive bay is awesome for future upgrading with huge video cards. Has plenty of room behind the motherboard tray to hide all of my PSU wires. Was able to route my 8 pin MOBO connectore behind the case with no extension. (bought one but didn't need to use it). Front door cleans everything up, not having to see the DVD bays & fan controller I installed is genius....
Cons: A few things I don't care for about this case:
Summary: Overall, it is a nice product. Just the top vent, which I think should be covered with a mesh.
Pros: The case is really cool looking, it's the newest of the storm series from CM. It is very sturdy, well built and has good cable mgmt system. Lots of space for HDD, Optical, & 1 for floppy sized card reader. The fans are really quiet, I like the front one with the red LED light. Front panel I/O is in perfect position, too bad I can't hook up my front USB 3.0 cause my mobo don't have onboard conxn. Here is my specs:
Cons: The top vent does not have a mesh. All other vents is covered with mesh. The top one needed it the most as the holes are really big. Drop a tiny grain and it could lodge into the cpu heatsink/fan or into the video card's heatsink/fan which could cause a huge problem.