Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Cooler Master
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES
Basically, what we've got here is a mid-tower steel chassis with two large cooling fans (and placements for a few more) and an interesting feature set, including a front door. We'll go over these features in more detail later, but for now have a look at the above specs and feature lists.
Here's the box that showed up here at the lab. In typical Cooler Master fashion, the carton is sturdy, informative and attractive. Inside, the CM Storm Enforcer comes wrapped in a plastic bag sandwiched between two foam blocks. While this is more than adequate, it's also unremarkable. The chassis arrived in pristine condition after its long trip across the country and I'm eager to see what Cooler Master's new Enforcer case brings to the table.
Cooler Master supplies what they call an operator's manual that's enclosed in a zip-bag and taped to the outside of the case. It's informative, comprehensive and multi-lingual. It has lots of illustrations, but they are all in black-and-white. Inside the case, a cardboard box contains all the accessories, including…
…the hardware bag, 2.5-inch bay adapter, drive rails, security bracket, 3.5-inch drive adapter rails, a generous number of zip ties, and a padlock loop and motherboard speaker. Now, let's get a closer look at the Enforcer chassis.