Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer Case Review
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We dedicate a lot of our time to reviewing PC cases as there are so many different models on the market, making the choice of which one to buy very difficult indeed.  Around the £80 – £100 mark there is a huge amount of competition from manufacturers such as Antec, Cooler Master and Fractal Design.

Today we are going to look at the latest CM Storm case by Cooler Master, the Enforcer.  It has a recommended retail price of €90 which translates into about £78 at the time of writing.  This puts it up against some very strong performers like the Fractal Design Define XL which costs £83 and Cooler Master’s own 690 II Advanced.


  • Available Color: All Black
  • Dimensions: 229 x 484.5 x 523.5 mm (WxHxD)
  • Net Weight: 8.9 kg
  • Motherboard Type: Micro-ATX, ATX
  • Case Materials: Steel body, ABS plastic, Mesh bezel
  • 5.25″ Drive Bay: 4 Exposed (one could be converted to 3.5″ bay)
  • 3.5″ Drive Bay: 1 Exposed (converted from 5.25″ bay) / 6 hidden
  • 2.5″ Drive Bay: 4 Hidden (two converted from 2.5″ bay
  • I/O Panel: USB3.0 x2 (internal, USB2.0 x2, Mic x1, Audi x1
  • Cooling System (Front): 200 mm Red LED fan x1, 1000 RPM, 19 dBA
  • Cooling System (Rear): 120 mm black fan x1, 1200 RPM, 17 dBA
  • Cooling System (Top): 200 mm black fan x1 (optional)
  • Expansion Slot: 7 +1
  • CPU Cooler Support: Up to 175 mm height
  • VGA Card Support: Up to 270 mm with HDD Cage, 390mm without
  • Power Supply: Standard ATX PS2 / EPS 12V (Optional)
Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer Case Review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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  • Ned

    It looks quite good, but I agree, their other stuff is a little better looking

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  • Brian

    Competition is very tough at this price, not sure this is outstanding enough to get a lot of attention.

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  • procupine14

    There are definitely some noticable shortcomings with this case. I like the extra expansion slot on the back for something like extra USB ports or the like. I’m not too fond of the plastic front though and the plastic has a bit of a cheap look to it.

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