Cooler Master Storm Sniper Case
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 02-16-2009
Provided by: Cooler Master
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Introduction

Cooler Master has been producing some very nice, full-featured cases lately that can trace their roots back to the Stacker tower. Between the Cosmos, Cosmos S and the HAF, they have set the benchmark for the rest of the high-end chassis manufacturers to follow. Today Cooler Master has another card to play, their latest generation case called the Storm Sniper.


The Storm Sniper is actually billed as an "ultra mid-tower" by Cooler Master, sort of a middle of the road between a mid-tower and a full tower. While marketed for gamers there are some nice extra features incorporated into the Sniper that any enthusiast can take advantage of, like the adjustable feet, built-in fan controller, robust cooling design and more. The chassis is a steel frame design, and similar to the HAF, uses quite a bit of mesh in the front, top and left side for optimum cooling.


Because it's half way between a mid-tower and full tower the Sniper is nearly a perfect square. It measures 22.3" long by 21.7" tall, and Cooler Master ships it right-side up in the box with foam packaging on the top and bottom. A thick, plastic sleeve further protects the finish from scuffs and scrapes during shipping.

Join me as I take a closer look at the Cooler Master Storm Sniper.


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