Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm Trooper (SGC-5000-KKN1)
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Cooler Master Storm Trooper Review
28 May 2012
Excerpt: Cooler Master’s Storm Trooper is trimmed with a light-gray, rubber-coated plastic liner that covers the front and top of the case, creating a nice contrast with the black steel frame. It looks even better once its red fan LEDs switch on. It’s smaller than both NZXT’s Switch 810 and Xigmatek’s Elysium, measuring 23.8 inches high by 9.8 inches deep by 22.8 inches long and weighing 31.7 pounds.
Pros: Extremely straightforward to build in; classy looks; massive cable-routing cutout; copious attention to detail.
Cons: Good, but not great, stock cooling; no side window; angular top.
Conclusion: Taking the APH Networks approach to installation, the first piece of the puzzle is the power supply. This will be trivial task for the CM Storm Trooper, as the chassis provides tons of working room, and no hassle when installing the power supply. As you can see in the picture above, there is a lot of wires that comes from the control panel at the top of the chassis.