CoolerMaster intros CM Storm Trooper full-tower chassis

Cooler Master’s sub-brand CM Storm has unveiled a new gamer-oriented PC case which offers several convenient features, plus a damage-resistant rubberized coating and “ultra-strong” carrying handle for easy transportation to LAN parties.

Called CM Storm Trooper, this full-tower chassis includes removable dust filters on bottom and top intakes, a fan controller, an external SSD drive hot-swap dock, smart cable management and two modular hard drive cages which can be rotated front to back, side to side or removed altogether and can hold 4HDDs and a 120mm fan. The case also offers a front panel USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports and audio connections, an external 2.5” HDD/SSD X-dock and hidden tool box for storing private goods. It supports up to XL-ATX motherboards, multiple GPUs in SLI or Crossfire, has nine expansion slots, can handle up to 14 hard drives and  is also designed to be easy equipped with multiple watercooling radiators.

CM-Storm Trooper full-tower chassis

CM Storm Trooper will be available from October at a MSRP of $189.99.

CMStorm Trooper

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