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CM Storm Stryker Chassis Review

First, we installed an Akasa Venom Power 750W PSU into the bottom of the chassis, and secured it with 4 screws.

We then installed a 3.5″ HDD, by clipping the drive into one of the trays.

The drive automatically locks into place after being pushed in tight.

2.5″ drives use the same trays but need four screws to hold the drive in place. Additionally we can also use the 4x 2.5″ HDD cage at the bottom of the chassis next to the PSU, but this also requires screws.

We then proceeded to install the Motherboard Stand-offs and then the motherboard itself. There is plenty of room to work making the installation process easier.

Installing the Akasa Venom Voodoo CPU Cooler was very easy as we had so much space to play with.

After connecting up all the cables it still looked a bit messy but this could be easily improved as the case offers very good cable management.

Unfortunately, due to all of the fans there are a lot of cables to route. The system installation was very straightforward and we didn't experience any problems.

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  1. fabulous looking case ! i love the original design. not sure im so into the white colour myself.

  2. white im not a fan off. looks nice, but hte original design appeals to me more. bit expensive too when compared to some other cases now.