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Cooler Master Storm Stryker
Lots of Drive Space.
Lots of Space for Extra Fans or Water Cooling.
Convenient Carrying Handle.
Great Cable Management.
Excellent Features for the Price.
Hot Swap 2.5" Bay.
Very Heavy Case.
Only two USB 3.0 ports.
Bottom Fan Spots only fit 120mm Fans.
Hefty price premium over the black version.
Case only level when front is filled with hard drives and optical drives to weigh it down.
Heavy even empty.
No thumb screws for 5.25" bays.
No eSATA port unlike in the CM Storm Trooper.
No real dust filter.
By technlologyx.com on November 17, 2013
The Cooler Master Storm Stryker is a high quality chassis. It is filled with tons of features and is wrapped in a gorgeous exterior, but it is also accompanied by a higher price...90
By Modders-Inc on April 09, 2013
When I first pulled the Cooler Master Storm Stryker out of it's box and protective devices I was struck by it's striking white color that I must admit is a exciting change from the all black cases that have bombarded the market for a few years....-
By InsideHW on March 25, 2013
Cooler Master Storm Stryker: Star Wars Stryker! Cooler Master doesn’t stop surprising us with new or upgraded products, mostly intended for gamers and for all those who want their hardware to perform at top capability. As a company that’s...-
By LanOC Reviews on February 19, 2013
Of all of the cases we have seen from Cooler Master this year, I have been the most impressed with the Stryker . Beyond needed additional space for water cooling, I just can't imagine what else you might need in a case. Cooler Master put together a...-
By APH Networks on February 15, 2013
When Cooler Master sent us the CM Storm Stryker, the first thing I thought of was the good ol’ elementary days. Every day during recess, a group of friends and I used to play soccer. It would practically be a race out to the field to challenge all...73
By MadShrimps on November 26, 2012
The CM Storm Stryker is a sightly updated version of the previously launched CM Storm Trooper, which did not feature a side window and is only available on white. The eSATA port is not available anymore on the Stryker, but most of the other features...-
By Hardware Canucks on November 19, 2012
What do you get when crossing the popular Cooler Master Storm Trooper with some extra plastic bits and a white paint job? The new Storm Stryker, a mid tower case which follows closely in its sibling’s successful footsteps but offers a more...-
By TweakTown on September 17, 2012
Even though it has been nearly a year since we saw the Storm Trooper, once I got into the Storm Stryker, everything came flooding back. The aggressive styling, the ease of access through the bezel, the dock and the fan controls are all something...97
By Overclockers Club on September 13, 2012
In the end, this case is essentially the same as the CM Storm Trooper – the only difference is really the fact that is white. The eSATA port has also been removed from the front I/O panel of the case, but this isn't a deal breaker, as I...-
By Guru of 3D on September 11, 2012
Cooler Master released another chassis in their CM Storm series and if you think it looks familiar, well it's because it is. The product we'll review today is the CM Storm Stryker chassis aimed at you guys, the gamers. The product however has...-