Coolermaster CM Storm Trooper Full Tower Gaming Case Review - Pictures- Interior


The inside of the CM Storm Trooper also has much going on.  You immediately notice the continuation of the completely black color scheme, and a very large CPU cooler retention hole for maximum motherboard compatibility.  You'll also notice many holes for routing cables, and Coolermaster has even gone so far as to place flexible rubber covers which keep the interior of your case looking very clean and continuous.  There are a number of vents on the bottom, one of which is for the PSU, and the other two are for two 120mm fans.  One vent has a small cage for 2.5-inch drives, either notebook drives or SSDs, which may be removed.  The other vent may be exposed by removing the storage box from the bottom.  These vents leave room for a variety of fans or radiators, and if the bottom drive bay is removed, there may be a number of options available for advanced cooling.

CM Storm's "4-in-3" removable and rotatable hard drive bays allow for much versatility.  The fans may be mounted sideways or more traditionally from the front to blow backward over the drives.  They may be removed entirely to make more room for radiators, and removing them involves only unscrewing 6 thumbscrews, then moving the side panels, and sliding them back in.  It is a unique approach, and a phenomenal inclusion for a case which will surely draw high performance builders' attention.

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