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Cooler Master Storm Sniper Black Edition
20 September 2009
Excerpt: [img]storm.jpg[/img] There is something special to be said about black. Many things just look better all in black. Take the little black dress for example. It is simple and plain, but, elegant and sexy in a way that makes heads turn. The same can be said for an all black case. Cooler Master first introduced the Storm Sniper gaming case back in February. Now, we get the pleasure of reviewing the Storm Sniper Black Edition.
Pros: Excellent price, awesome all black finish backed by the Cooler Master name.
Cons: Could use some better cable routing and an additional option to change case LED colors would be nice.
Cooler Master Storm Sniper Black Edition Case Review
5 July 2009
Excerpt: "I have very little (if anything) bad to say about the Cooler Master Sniper Black Edition (SGC-6000-KXN1-GP). This is one very nice case. It has loads of room and is relatively light. It gives the end user the ability to remove unwanted items, add in needed items, and reconfigure fan locations. As open as the case is it is very quiet; on low you don’t even know the system is running.
Excerpt: The fine folks at Cooler Master, well known for their cooling products, power supplies and cases, have been showing us innovative products and designs for over a decade now, but have we seen it all? Nope not even close, it seems that even with the newest cases at the end of 2008 (the HAF 932 and ATSC 840), that they are not ready to sit still. Instead they have launched a new division geared toward the gamer.
Pros: Large and Roomy, Sturdy Built, Blue LED fans, Fan and LED controller, Heavily ventilated, Bottom mounted PSU, Cable Management holes, CPU Cooler access hole, Built in carrying handles, Security feature (Storm Guard), Tool-less installation, Fan / Liquid cooling versatility, Liquid Cooling line holes pre-cut and drilled, Ability to swap feet, Cleanable dust filters
Cons: Top 200mm fan had to be replaced, Blue LED fans not available yet
Summary: Cooler Master is well known around the world for their products, their cases are especially desired for their build quality. They’ve recently come out with a new line of products called CM Storm, this line is aimed at gamers specifically, and have features that they think gamers will appreciate.
Pros: Well made, Lots of room inside, Loooks great, Excellent features
Cons: Bottom fan mount broke very easily, Fans can be very loud
Conclusion: The Sniper case from Cooler Master is a very well-thought case. From the design stand point of view, the case has an impressive look, very sturdy construction, and is spacious enough for even the largest hardware components. It has excellent cable management features and the opening on the back of the CPU socket area is a very welcomed feature.
Excerpt: Product: Cooler Master Sniper Manufacturer: Cooler Master MSRP: $159.99 Find Lowest Price @ PriceGrabber Author: Nick Date: March 30, 2009 Having a great system is vital to gaming. However, having a great case to house all those components can be just as important to the LAN party scene. The weight, size, and construction of the case and even more important, the look, are the integral parts of a system that will be hauled around to LAN parties.
Excerpt: Intro Wer die Wahl hat, hat die Qual, vor diesem Dilemma steht jeder User der auf der Suche nach einem neuen Gehäuse ist. Bei keiner anderen "Hardware"-Komponente gibt es soviel Auswahl und unterschiedliche Features wie beim Gehäuse. Stand vor einer Dekade noch unter jedem Tisch der langweilige beige Blechkasten, übertrumpfen sich heute die Hersteller in Form, Farbe und Design.