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Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer Case Review

Final Thoughts
The affordable mid-tower is something that we have been seeing more and more of.  Not many people want to drop over $200 on a case that has many features they just won’t use.  The CM Storm Enforcer sits in that affordable category with a price tag of only $89.

There are many things about this case that should appeal to many people.  The design is very visually appealing and the front door is nice to see.  Many case companies has gone away from from doors, but I am a fan of them.  The keep the front of your case clean and in the case of the Enforcer the front door adds quite a bit of style.  There is plenty of room for storage in this case with room for six 3.5-inch drives and two 2.5-inch drives.  The ability to remove and change the placement of the top hard drive cage is nice.  This case does have USB 3.0 connectivity, but instead of running the cable outside of the case for an external USB connection they have an internal USB 3.0 connection.  This is the first case I’ve seen do this and I like it.  You have cable management holes and a large CPU cutout so you have all the “standards” covered with the Enforcer.

There really is not much to not like about this case.  I would however advise to use a standard-sized power supply with this case.  The 2.5-inch hard drive could get in the way of longer power supplies.

Right now you can pick up this case at my favorite online retailer for $89.99, which is a steal for all of the features you do get.  Overall ThinkComputers gives the Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer Case a 9 out of 10 score and our Good Value Award.

Pros:
– Sleek design
– Cable management features
– Large 200mm intake fan
– Internal USB 3.0 connector

Cons:
– 2.5-inch hard drive cage could get in the way of longer PSU’s

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