This is actually a production shot of the chassis, here you can see the removable HDD cages a little better. It also gives you a little oversight on how the chassis looks with components installed.
Here a side view if the installation with the left side panel removed. Lengthy cards will fit just fine. Mind you that the HDD fans have been removed in this shot. Motherboard installation is rather simple. The chassis will allow Micro ATX / ATX / XL-ATX motherboard form factors so the entire scope is covered.
And the last photo -- all fans are PWM controlled, so if your motherboard allows it, you can control the fan RPM. If not you could use a fan controller of course. The fans themselves are as noisy as you want them to be, but overall the chassis will produce a normal noise level if you keep all fans at say 40% rotation, and that will offer you a truckload of airflow. The CM Storm Trooper is an excellent chassis alright.
Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced review We review the new Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced edition (Ghost White edition) chassis. And if you think it looks familiar, well it's because it is. The product we'll review today is the CM Storm Scout 2 aimed at you guys, the gamers. The product however has for 98% the DNA of the CM Storm Scout, just a little smaller hence why you probably recognize it.
Cooler Master CM Storm Stryker review We review the new Cooler Master CM Storm Stryker full tower chassis. and if you think it looks familiar, well it's because it is. The product we'll review today is the CM Storm Stryker chassis aimed at you guys, the gamers. The product however has for 98% the DNA of the CM Storm Trooper, hence why you probably recognize it. Aside from the subtle hints towards Star Wars (Stryker/Trooper), there are distinct differences though. The new Stryker has a predominantly white look with black inserts, we see a side window, and the side panels have been shaped differently as well. Inside again everything is white with black touches.
Cooler Master CM Storm Trigger review We review the Cooler Master CM Storm Trigger mechanical keyboard. The Trigger as released under the CM Storm branding comes with a lot of features that should be appealing to you as a gamer. For example18K gold-plated ultra-low latency USB connectors, two integrated USB 2.0 ports through a HUB. The Trigger is also a mechanical keyboard, as such is has been equipped with Cherry Black switches. These keys have a long-lived, can withstand a good beating, the stuff you as a gamer like so much.
CM Storm Trooper review Cooler Master has unleashed its CM Storm Trooper Case. The chassis, as you noted is branded under the CM Storm series. The case features an all black and bulky design with a cool front panel. The Trooper comes with a nice nine expansion slots providing support for multi-GPUs in SLI or Crossfire. in total there's space for 14 hard drives and the motherboard tray even supports XL-ATX form factors. Its one of CMs best chassis to date we dare to state.