Over at the CeBIT tradeshow Cooler Master was showing of some new products for the 2011 line-up among them many new PC cases, today the first new chassis is being released.
Being released today as such we take a peek at the CM Storm Enforcer, and as you might have guessed from the name, will be aimed at gamers. It will have its own USB 3.0 ports and a suitably complex outer design that is a little more in line with the frag-masters amongst us.
When you'll see the chassis the first time you'll notice resemblances to the CM HAF series, mixes it with features of the 690 II while featuring its own unique exterior design.
The CM Storm Enforcer is a sizable chassis with all the common features, 7+1 PCIe slots, 4 USB ports on top, two of which are USB3, and as the trend is, everything is tool free. Let's quickly peek at some of the specifications.
229 x 484.5 x 523.5 mm (W x H x D)
Steel body, ABS plastic, Mesh bezel
5.25¡å Drive Bays - 4
3.5¡å Drive Bays - 7
USB2.0 x 2, USB3.0 x 2, Mic + Headphone
Front 200mm (RED LED ¨C 1000RPM)
Rear 120mm (1200RPM)
Top 200mm (Optional)
CPU Cooler Height: 175mm
VGA Card Length: 270mm
This new chassis has a few surprises harbored in it, like the fact it will allow for the parallel rotation of the hard drive bays, offering better cooling with a front 200mm fan, rear 120mm exhaust fan and the ability to install up to two top fans or house an internal 240mm radiator.
Have a peek after which we'll dive straight in the product overview. Next page my man ...
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