Introduction to the Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Gaming Tower
Have you been looking for the ultimate gaming case that will not empty your bank account? Cooler Master believes that it has come up with it. Today, the CM Storm division has lifted the NDA on their brand new case, which they've called Enforcer. This is a mid-tower ATX that offers several bells and whistles that you find in higher dollar models. The Enforcer is a fresh new look for the CM Storm brand, which almost everyone is familiar with by now for the HAF series of gaming towers.
The new Enforcer has an appearance that looks as though it may be some sort of futuristic Iron Man mask. More on that later though, as I tend to run on at the mouth in these introductions due to the excitement. The Enforcer does offer several features that I feel will benefit not only those on a budget, but those tight on space, or who are flat out just looking for a good case. Water-cooling, support for very long video cards and semi tool-less assembly is just the half of it.
Cooler Master’s take on the Enforcer
CM Storm’s Enforcer is a bold new battle-ready addition to the Storm lineup. It is a compact, featured packed, mid-tower solution for enthusiasts and budget conscious gamers. It is perfect for those that enjoy smaller case footprints, have space restrictions, or need an agile LAN deployable solution. It comes as the first mid-tower to include native Super GPU cards like the ATI Radeon HD 6970 and the NVIDIA GTX 580, large CPU coolers, two 200mm fans, and one 120mm fans. The CM Storm Enforcer changes everything with its speed, stealth and guile that open up the door for limitless possibilities. With all of its offerings, it more closely resembles that of a mid to high-end case than other cases in its price range.