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Easy to use and modify your case.
Water cooling support.
Great front panel for easy access.
Rear cable management.
Screw less design for hard drives and 3.5" devices.
Great airflow within the case.
Stable and will not move.
Easy access motherboard tray.
Great cable management.
Large, silent cooling fans.
Panels a bit difficult to remove.
Side panels were really tight when I first opened them.
By UMLan on September 22, 2010
Approved by gamers, Sniper Black is held together by strong steel and never ending respect for the modern warfare weapons. This case definitely stands out in the crowd and of course by itself. The ease of use and that stylish look brings out some of...
By Real World Labs on September 13, 2010
I had a pretty good time working with the Cooler Master Storm Sniper Black. You can tell a lot of thought went into making this case one that almost anyone would want. The black finish, easy cable management, and flexible design give it...
By Hardware Secrets on February 11, 2010
CM Storm Sniper Black Edition amazed us: we couldn't find any single weak point on it! Of course we would like it even more if it cost USD 10 or USD 20 less, but we think that for the user who is looking for a fully loaded and flawless mid-tower...
By Motherboards.org on February 11, 2010
Cooler Master has taken an already excellent case in the CM Storm Sniper and improved upon it in the Black Edition. The case adds support for 2.5” SSD drives, an all black interior to the Sniper case. The design is excellent with military style...
By Tech Arkade on January 18, 2010
The Cooler Master Sniper Black Edition is a bit pricey for a mid-tower case at around $149.99, but it really doesn't seem like a mid-tower. It's more like a small full-tower case that has almost an endless amount of features. When building my...
By FutureLooks on December 28, 2009
The Cooler Master Storm Series Sniper Black Edition Gaming Case definitely scores at the top of the class for features that gamers love like the mesh lit side panel, tool-less assembly, extra interior chassis space, aggressive design, expert cooling,...
By GamingShogun on November 15, 2009
We review the newest gaming chassis from Cooler Master's Storm gaming brand - the Sniper Black. Equipped with a steel skeleton and three 200mm case fans, this mean mid-tower puts out some serious airflow. Read the full review, After the Break!Full...
By Overclockers Club on November 11, 2009
What a case we have here today! CoolerMaster not only took the performance crown, but even took my breath away with awesome features like an all-black interior, full tool-less drive and expansion installation and three 200mm fans. What is not to...
By Legit Reviews on November 11, 2009
The Sniper is a very nice case that will make any enthusiast happy, if their wallet can take the hit....
By Hardware Canucks on November 09, 2009
In the case market, every company tries to differentiate themselves from their competition by releasing unique designs and different takes on the tried, tested and true ATX layout. In this review we take a look at a new case from Cooler Master that...
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