Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer Review



Product: Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer
Company: Cooler Master
Author: Nicholas Conroy
Editor: Charles Oliver
Date: May 13th, 2011

Packaging and Exterior

On the front of the box we see the CM Storm logo, a cyber-knight of some kind, and a rather attractive picture of the case itself.

The sides of the box give us another side angled view of the case and a list of specifications while the back shows off some of the Enforcerís tricks in more detail. Interestingly, the traditional Cooler Master logo has been completely replaced with the CM Storm branding.

Opening the top of the box reveals our first look at the case. As the plastic front panel is most fragile, the case is shipped with this side facing up. Considering its size and steel construction, the Enforcer is surprisingly light.

The case is wrapped inside a plastic bag and snuggly fitted in a pair of Styrofoam blocks, as is typical with most cases. Given the packaging, damage from shipping is unlikely. The only other thing worth noting is that the case manual is left loose in the box rather than being slipped inside the case or bag.

With the bag off we finally see the Enforcer in all its glory. Considering the blocky nature of the HAF series, the smooth curves we see on the Enforcer are a welcome change. The Enforcer also comes with a nice, large side window to show off your internals.

Letís take a closer look Ö