Cooler Master Launches Storm Enforcer Gaming Case

Paul Lilly

Need a new compact case that can accommodate high end GPUs, like the AMD Radeon HD 6990 and Nvidia GTX 590, but is small enough to tote around to LAN parties? If so, Cooler Master hopes you'll give its new Storm Enforcer gaming case a once over. Cooler Master describes the case as "a bold new LAN deployable addition to the Storm lineup." And according to CM, it's the first mid-tower to include native support for the above mentioned dual-GPU videocards.

On the outside, the Storm Enforcer sports a rugged aesthetic that CM says is "reminiscent of a futuristic or even a biological armor." A nearly full-length side panel gives users a view of whatever hardware you pack inside.

The Storm Enforcer supports two 200mm (one included) fans and two 120mm fan (one included). Removable dust filters on the fan inlets should prevent dust bunnies from building up, and CM says the front door and filtered lower mesh body should both assist in minimizing the amount of dirt and debris that gets in the case.

Other bullet points include large rubber grommets, pre-drilled holes in the 2.5-inch hard drive cage to mount a liquid cooling pump, internal USB 3.0 connector, an all-black interior, and cable management holes.

Storm Enforcer Product Page

Image Credit: Cooler Master

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