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Cooler Master Storm Enforcer is constructed from a combination of steel, plastic and mesh, and features an interior paint job along with a case window to enjoy it.
Removable HDD cage.
Good cooling performance.
Roomy, convenient interior.
Nicely appointed front I/O.
Numerous configuration options.
Water cooling friendly features.
Removable hard drive bay.
USB 3.0 connectivity.
Supports the longest of graphics cards.
PCI bracket for locking wires.
Two fans included.
Removable dust filters.
Looks, Well designed
Two USB 3.0 ports on the front panel.
Mounting of the dust filters.
Plastic front panel.
Naked top fan placement.
No expansion thumbscrews.
No side panel fan option.
Just two fans included, 2.5" bay placement.
Bulky front door.
USB3.0 connector on older boards is useless.
No top exhaust fan included.
2.5" drive installation is not completely tool-less.
More thumb screws
Intake fan could be quieter.
No adapter cable for motherboards without USB 3.0 sockets.
Top 200mm fan not included
By Metku.net on November 09, 2011
All in all, Enforcer is a good case - there really are't any big problems in Enforcer. Its biggest problem is that Enforcer cannot raise upon other cases in any sector. Enforcer is a good basic case with good features but it vanishes in the mass. In...
By Tech-Reviews UK on September 19, 2011
The Cooler Master Enforcer is a good solid case. There is plenty of space for high performance setups and more than enough drive bays for most people. Being steel its also very strong, a requirement for most LAN party attendees.With plenty of holes...
By TweakNews on August 22, 2011
Having reviewed many Cooler Master offerings in the past, I can say that I'm seldom disappointed with their quality and performance. Therefore, I always have high expectations when it comes to Cooler Master products, particularly their cases. With...
By APC Magazine on August 19, 2011
If you're a hardcore gamer in the market for a LAN-friendly mid-tower solution that won't break your student benefits budget, you'll probably find the Storm Enforcer's feature list all kinds of "radical" and "gnarly". At this price...
By Bit-tech.net on August 18, 2011
While the CM Storm Enforcer is well built, and equipped with plenty of features and fairly appealing looks, the fact it doesn’t offer particularly great cooling out of the box takes the edge off of what is otherwise a very well-rounded...
By Motherboards.org on August 10, 2011
This is the new case mid-tower case from Cooler Master. As we have seen in the past Cooler Master has proven that they are one of the premier companies in this market. Their build quality and features are really terrific. We will have to see...
By InsideHW on July 20, 2011
Is it even necessary to mention the packaging of yet another Cooler Master product, especially from the Storm family? Inside the box, we meet a well-packed enclosure, and inside it all the necessary rails, screws, ties, knots and similar things more...
By techPowerUp! on July 18, 2011
Cooler Master has successfully advanced the Storm series with their latest addition, the Enforcer. Building on a mid tower chassis design with gamers in mind the Enforcer takes the previous Storm series cases and makes a polished product. With not...
By Rbmods.com on July 11, 2011
Personally I think Enforcer is one of the best looking cases out on the market at the moment. With a little “geekish” look and design it is perfect choice for gaming computers. There is enough space inside even for higher end computers and...
By AnandTech on July 05, 2011
It's a treat to get one of Cooler Master's enclosures in for review: they've been at it for a long time, and they have cases that cover virtually every price point on the market. They manufacture my personal favorite Micro-ATX budget...
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