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Saturday, 17 December 2011 07:58

Cooler Master CM Storm Trooper reviewed - Conclusion

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: For Gamers

The Trooper is a computer case that will definitely grab your attention as it’s one of the best designed gaming cases we’ve seen so far. Those who opt on the Trooper will not only get a chance to brag about a great case but will also be able to carry it to LAN parties, thanks to the built in handle.

 

There is plenty of room inside the Trooper to mount XL-ATX motherboards, longest graphics cards (SLI and CrossFire), CPU coolers up to 186mm, etc. The cooling performance offered by the four standard fans is good but the company left room for additional fans or water cooling. The integrated digital fan controller with six predefined operation regimes will take care of rpm management. Thanks to the fans with red LED lamps, the Trooper looks even meaner while gaming.

If you’re looking for a case that will take plenty of drives, then Trooper should definitely top your list as it can take up to 14 SSDs, 9 HDDs or 9 5.25’’ drives. The case has all the standard interfaces for storage and the front panel holds two USB 3.0 connectors and e-Sata, as well as one X-Dock docking station for 2.5’’ HDD/SSD drives.

We must admit that the Trooper woke up the gamer in us, so while you’re reading this review, we’re knee deep into gaming because, let’s face it – who’d say no to this.

 


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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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