|Cooler Master Storm Enforcer SGC-1000-KWN1|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by David Ramsey|
|Thursday, 14 April 2011|
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Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Review
Manufacturer: Cooler Master Ltd., Inc.
Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article was provided by Cooler Master.
Cooler Master cases have garnered a well-earned reputation for quality and design innovation. Their Cosmos and H.A.F. series have won praise from enthusiasts around the world, and their "Storm" series of cases has shown that "budget" doesn't have to mean "cheap". The Cooler Master Storm Enforcer is the newest member of the Storm line, bringing internal USB 3.0 support and a configurable interior to the game. Benchmark Reviews checks out this new chassis in this review.
Every computer needs a case, and the market these days offer the enthusiast more choices than ever, ranging from no-name pot metal cases for $30 or less to crafted aluminum and carbon fiber marvels costing hundreds of dollars.
Cooler Master made their reputation in the case market, starting with high-end all-aluminum cases and gradually introducing less-expensive but still impressive cases such as their acclaimed "HAF" (High Air Flow" series. Benchmark Reviews has reviewed a number of Cooler Master cases over the years and have found them to be solid, often exceptional products.
Cooler Master's "Storm" series of chassis is aimed at "enthusiasts and budget-conscious gamers", according to Cooler Master. The Enforcer joins the existing Storm Sniper, Storm Sniper Black, and Storm Scout as the newest member of the Storm mid-tower line, and brings some new features to the game as well.
Storm Enforcer Features
Let's take a look at this new Storm case in the next section.