The Enforcer is a very well thought through chassis. More importantly it's a mid-size tower chassis that looks okay and offers plenty of space inside that chassis.
The concept is lending a lot of ideas from the HAF series, the base chassis actually is 99% exactly similar to the HAF 912 Plus.
All black internals, room for water-cooling, decent cable management and then of course the tool free design, as most of the peripheral components can be inserted quite easily without any fuzz.
Design wise taste differs, and personally this chassis somehow misses that little extra in aesthetics. I mean it's a good looking case but place it amongst the competition and you'll notice it just doesn't jump out fails to make a solid memory imprint. But sure, that is personal, as taste differs person by person.
The overall package is quite good. The all black design, ease of use, good ventilation, easy removable dust filters, USB 3.0 support then. All recent motherboards have a USB 3.0 connector on the motherboard, that's where the lead should be point and connected at IMHO, the Enforcer has this connector and we where thrilled to see it, instead of leading cables outside the PC connecting at the rear IO to USB 3.0, so that's very nice.
Space wise you'll have nothing to complain, inside you can fit any Micro-ATX and ATX sized motherboard and two even three large graphics cards should you want to do so. No complaints there. There's also plenty of space for your HDD drives and next to that a nice touch is that you can properly place SSD drives.
Ventilation wise the big 200mm front intake fan does the heavy lifting, it's virtually silent though the rear120mm fan makes a little more noise. You might want to connect that one to your motherboard and have it PWM regulated if you require sheer silence. Cable management wise there's plenty of gaps in the chassis where you can lead wiring through, it would have been nice though to see these gaps with a rubber grommet. The backside tray of the motherboard also has decent enough space to lead wiring, though mark my words when I state -- decent enough.
All in all Cooler Master will bring this product to market for roughly 80 EUR, and that seems to be a fair price for what you are purchasing. Though the design is personal, it is tasteful and not screaming with LED lights and logo's, the overall feature package is downright good. Combine that with the chassis space inside and this might be your next PC case to purchase.
For those that do not like the side panel, CM will release a version with solid side panel as well. We would definitely recommend the Cooler Master Enforcer.
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