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Saturday, 17 December 2011 07:58

Cooler Master CM Storm Trooper reviewed - Left and Right panel

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: For Gamers

 

 

 The left and right side panels look alike and have large mesh grill parts. However, the mesh part is larger on the left side panel, which will also take two 12cm fans. CM Storm uses special long screws for mounting fans and the company ships eight with the Trooper.

 side-panels

 

The fans that cool the 3.5’’ drives draw air through inlets on the left side panel while hot air exists freely through the grill on the right side panel.

Two layers of mesh grill on the side panels acts as a filter. The left side panel weighs about 1.6kg while the right is about 60g heavier due to less mesh and more metal. Both panels are very tough and, more importantly, can be removed and mounted easily.

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+1 #1 pogsnet 2011-12-17 16:41
Wow! Now my problem is money for this :-*
 
 
+1 #2 joe pineapples 2011-12-17 19:32
Looks a little short for a storm trooper to me (I'll get me coat)
 
 
0 #3 fusionssl 2011-12-19 11:16
its nice but not as nice as the new cosmos
 
 
-2 #4 Jay 2011-12-20 00:48
is too big no one will buy.. microATX/ mini-ITX is the way of the future...anyone spending more than $150 on motherboard is mad or anyone buying full ATX board is also crazy microATX/ mini-ITX small footprint/medium footprint PC's are the WAY OF THE FUTURE!
 

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