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    Default Review: CM Storm Enforcer Mid-Tower Case

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    [drupal=657]Review: CM Storm Enforcer Mid-Tower Case[/drupal]


    By Will Lyon

    Cooler Master's CM Storm gaming department unleashed it's newest mid-tower case, the Enforcer. Cooler Master is known for their high-end feature-rich cases, so let's see how this one fits in with their already impressive line of CM Storm gaming cases. Read on for the details.....

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    Default Re: Review: CM Storm Enforcer Mid-Tower Case

    I love this case, especially the true USB 3.0 jacks. That's one of the many reasons I chose it for my OCZ mod
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    Default Re: Review: CM Storm Enforcer Mid-Tower Case

    Nice to see the addition of a dedicated cutout for the CPU power connector, it's one of my biggest pet peeves when a case doesn't have a well thought out hole. Thanks for a nicely detailed review.
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    Default Re: Review: CM Storm Enforcer Mid-Tower Case

    you're welcome it's one of mine as well. When I was reviewing the BUC a while back I found that out after I had the motherboard in, and had to take it back out to run the connector through, VERY irritating

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