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Saturday, 17 December 2011 07:58

Cooler Master CM Storm Trooper reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: For Gamers

 

Cooler Master’s CM Storm division definitely aims at gamers with style and its products are well made, durable and stylish as well. The latest product coming from CM Storm is called the Trooper, and it only takes a glance to realize that your hardware will be nicely secured inside.

The Trooper is a full tower computer case. It’s made mostly of steel and although it weighs 13.7kg (net weight), the handle on top of the case allows for easy transport.

Extended sides and the handle mean that the case is aimed at gamers who like to attend LAN parties. Of course, the Trooper is not only about good looks, as it packs many latest and greatest features.

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Model Number

SGC-5000-KKN1

Color

All Black

Material

Steel body, Front Mesh / Plastic bezel

Dimensions

( W ) 250 x ( H ) 605.6 x ( D ) 578.5 mm
( W ) 9.8 x ( H ) 23.8 x ( D ) 22.8 inch

Net Weight

13.7 KG / 30.2 lbs

Motherboard Type

XL-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX

5.25" Drive Bay

9

3.5” Drive Bay

8 ( converted from 5.25” bay by two 4-in 3 HDD modules )

2.5” Drive Bay

13 ( converted from 5.25” bay by two 4-in 3 HDD modules )

Cooling System

Front:

120 mm LED fan x2 ( 1200 RPM, 17dBA )

Top:

200 mm fan x 1 ( 1000 RPM, 23 dBA )

Rear:

140 mm fan x1 ( 1200 RPM, 19 dBA )

( converted to 120 mm fan )

Bottom:

120 mm fan x 2 ( optional )

Side:

120 mm fan x 2 ( optional )

Expansion Slots

9+1

I/O Panel

USB 3.0 x 2 ( internal ), USB 2.0 x 2, e-SATA x 1, Audio In and Out ( Supports HD audio )

Power Supply Type

Standard ATX PS2 / EPS 12V

Maximum Compatibility

CPU cooler height: 186 mm / 7.3 in
GPU card length: 322 mm / 12.7 in

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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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