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Cooler Master Storm Trooper Case Review

There are seven tough plastic drive trays supplied which support both 3.5 inch and 2.5 inch drives.

Installing a 3.5 inch drive is painless, and tool less. Each side of the tray clips into the relevant holes at the side of the hard drive.

The 3.5 inch drives slide into place and lock automatically. We really like this system and the plastic bays seem strong enough to withstand some abuse over the years.

2.5 inch drives need to be screwed into the bays from the underside, as shown above.

As before, simply slide the drive bay into position and it locks. Unlocking the drives requires a little pressure on both side panels, then they can be pulled out.

Installing a power supply is as easy as we hoped, simply screw into place from the rear. Cooler Master include some anti vibration strips in this area to stop unwanted noise from the power supply during operation.

The motherboard standoffs aren’t installed out of the box, but Cooler Master supply a handy screw down tool meaning a screwdriver can be used to firmly bolt them into place.

There is plenty of space to work with inside the Storm Trooper which makes a system build as easy as possible. The case can support graphics cards up to 322 mm in length.

Above, the system powered up, after the system build. It looks rather attractive in the flesh.

Above a short video of the fans in action from various settings on offer.

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