Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer
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The "Big and bad" mid-tower.for gamers/enthusiasts
Steven W., Newegg
25 September 2012
Summary: This case is truly amazing for its value. I bought it as an upgrade to my Thermaltake v2 standard mid-tower case. I love just about everything about it! It was very easy to work with due to its very large form factor, and it's nice to look at (or into) with its modern styling and impressive build quality.
Pros: -Very roomy, despite being an ATX Mid-sized case.
Cons: -The fan grate on the top of the case is a little flimsy making it hard to install fans, but it doesn't hinder their effectiveness.
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: One of the best cases ive ever built with! cooler master is really on top of their game in this department. my mobos 12pin eps power is located poorly right above my cpu socket and I couldn't use the cable management cutout provided (awsome feature btw) w/0 cable extender but i discovered that u can remove 3 screws from the back of the mobo tray (with backside door removed) and actually open the distance between to mobo stand and case to fit my ps cable thru and it...
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!
Summary: I had been searching for a way to get my hands on a HAF912 Advanced and found this case after I had given up on the HAF912A. Not sure why I overlooked this awesome case for so long. I like the looks of this case much better anyway. This case was had for $79. Well worth the increase in price from the HAF912 Standard case. If you are looking at the HAF912, I hope you find my review and check out this case.
Pros: This is as close as you are going to get to the HAF 912 Advanced here in the States. Minus the top 200mm fan (which can be added), this is basically the same case with a different front panel. I like the door, but I have always liked to cover up the 5.25" bays on my builds. Awsome cable routing. Awsome looks. Quality construction and finnish all the way around. This case rivals cases like the Corsair 600T at almost half the price! Cable routing is on par with the Cors...
Cons: Seriously................nothing major. It could use a filter on the top 200mm fan, but I will address that later. That's really my only complaint, and a problem you will find on cases costing twice as much. Seriously though, you will never be able to completely button up any case. Its a computer case, not a room air filer.
Summary: No-trouble installation. Screen window-like filters all over the case to prevent dust, enough expansion slots for crossfire and SLI, spacious enough for HD 6990 or GTX 590, enough room for larger coolers, space for an additional top-mounted 240mm (such as the Corsair H100 radiator or a simple 200mm exhaust fan). Adding the top fan makes it on-par cooling-wise with ANY case in the market.
Pros: Looks: Flashy, but classy. The red LED fan isn't so bright that it's obnoxious, but merely a nice accent. Ordered a second 200mm red LED (same CM fan that comes with the case) to add some flair and airflow for my crossfire setup.
Cons: Honestly I've got nothing here. If I had to make something up to complain about, it'd have to be about how I have a 900W Antec HCG PSU bottom mounted, and with it oriented upsidedown to make use of the bottom-mounted filter for the intake, it makes my only complaint that the PSU sticker reads m006 instead of 900w.
Summary: First off it arrived quicker than any of my other components which where ordered at the same time.. despite having the longest estimated time I am a first time builder and had no trouble putting together the PC with this case, didn't prove any hassle at all. Fantastic 200mm fan spot on the top of the case, (I would highly recommend installing a 200mm fan there it does wonders cooling wise) plenty of space inside, comes with everything you will need.