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Friday, 16 January 2009 16:45

CM Storm officially launches its Sniper case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cooler Master's new gaming case

Cooler Master has officially launched its Storm Sniper case, the first gaming case under Cooler Master's gaming CM Storm brand.

The new Sniper brings impressive airflow features as it comes with a 200mm blue LED fan in the front, top exhaust 200mm LED fan, another optional 200mm VGA intake fan and additional 120-140mm fan locations. This adds to a total of six fans, that should bring some serious airflow, and should be able to cope with all high-end components that you place inside the Sniper case. (Or a small fission reactor. sub.ed.)

Another neat feature is the integrated all-in-one fan controller located on the top of the case. This fan controller can adjust both the fan speeds as well as the LED lights. Cooler Master's CM Storm Sniper is already available in Europe and the current lowest price stands at €147,97. At this price point the CM Storm Sniper sounds like a quite a deal.

You can find it listed here.

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Last modified on Friday, 16 January 2009 19:19

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