Cooler Master's CM Storm officially launch new Enforcer chassis

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅13.04.2011 11:08:49

Check out our exclusive review of CM Storm's Enforcer right here: CM Storm Enforcer Review @ Vortez

Press Release

Continuing on with its tradition of revolutionary design and cutting edge technology, CM Storm is one step ahead of the competition with its new Enforcer chassis. The new chassis contains a wealth of features desired by most gaming enthusiasts, including USB 3.0, SSD drive support and a removable/rotatable HDD cage to support easy installation of the highest end video cards. CM Storm has come up with a design that not only meets the expectations of both enthusiasts and eSports prodigies, but manages to do this within a price range that will be appreciated by the entire community.

Building for the Future
The Enforcer is designed to meet the demands of today’s gaming enthusiast head on. Proud owners of the Enforcer will not need to fear problems from things such as heat, room for upgradeability, or slow USB access to external devices as it is all taken care of. The Enforcer chassis is equipped with exceptional cooling, a front 200mm red LED fan, rear 120mm exhaust fan and the ability to install an optional 200mm top fan. Need more space for a high end video card? The Enforcer has got it covered. A removable HDD cage helps to support the ease of upgrading to a high end graphics card, including room to fit both the ATI Radeon HD 5970 and GTX 580 (270mm card with HDD cage installed and 390mm without). For quick data transfer, the I/O panel has two USB 3.0 ports to allow faster and easy access to your external data or devices. The Enforcer chassis has a removable HDD cage that supports 2.5” SSD drives, and includes 7+1 expansion slots on the backside for increased expandability of your system.

Strength and Design
The concept of military grade hardware and strength are shown in the overall design of the Enforcer. Its chassis weighs 8.9kg, and is composed of steel, black ABS plastic, and has a mesh front bezel. In regards to security, the Enforcer includes the patented Storm Guard TM to help safeguard your peripherals, eliminating the fear of returning to your LAN seat to find your valuable gaming peripherals gone.

The interior design includes support for a bottom mounted power supply with plenty of space and cable management slots for proper wire management. The Enforcer also has a stylish black interior coating, includes dust filters on both bottom and front intakes and has 4 x 5.25" tool free device bays behind the front panel. The hidden bays in the Enforcer are also quite customizable with 6 x 3.5” bays and the ability to upgrade to four 2.5” bays if needed.

The Enforcer contains all the features you would expect in a premium level chassis, but at a very affordable price point. So in times of uncertainty and hard core gaming, it’s nice to know that you are in control of your own options, and the Enforcer has your back to carry out what ever decisions you make.

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