The CM Storm Enforcer arrived in a colorful box sporting what looks to be a warrior on the front. The Storm line really makes it clear that CM is aiming at gamers. Other Cooler Master cases have arrived in the more typical brown boxes, so the Enforcer really stands out. It was packed in the usual foam pieces and a protective plastic bag.
The Enforcer features a window on the left side. It is a partial cutout which will display your components while hiding the drives near the front. I typically am not a fan of doors on the front bezel as I have had bad luck with them in the past. That being said, the door on this case seems sturdy and does add to the look.
With the door open you can see that it hides the 5.25” bays and the single external 3.5” bay. The opposite side is the typical plain black. Moving on to the back we see there are three holes for water cooling support. There are seven slotted expansion slot covers and a bottom mount PSU hole. A quick look at the bottom shows a filtered opening for the PSU.
The top of the case has an indentation to place portable hard drives, music players or phones. A look at the front panel shows two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, audio jacks, and a power button. With the door open the reset button is exposed.
Next we will crack the case open and take a look inside.