We'll dive straight into the photoshoot. As always we start off with packaging. Here the box, clearly denoting the CM Storm Stryker chassis.
The chassis is packaged well and comes protected in Styrofoam and a plastic bag, there where no scratches, dents or graffiti spray on was noticeable whatsoever.
Above the product photo first, there's the chassis isn't she a looker ?. The Stryker has a very subtle yet somewhat rough design. The front bezel is plastic and comes with meshed bay covers. The body itself is made out of steel. The Stryker is a full size tower chassis alright, (W) 250 x (H) 605.6 x (D) 578.5 mm / (W) 9.8 x (H) 23.8 x (D) 22.8 inch.
A feature that makes the Stryker slightly different from the competition, is a rubber handle that sits balanced in the middle top side of the case. It might be carried around to LAN parties, be warned it is a heavy chassis though, at 13.7 KG / 30.2 lbs, and that's excluding your components.
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