Cooler Master Storm Enforcer USB 3.0 Mid Tower ATX Case with Window and Black Interior (SGC-1000-KWN1)

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Cooler Master Storm Enforcer USB 3.0 Mid Tower ATX Case with Window and Black Interior (SGC-1000-KWN1)

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  • Front I/O Panel with USB 3.0 (internal)
  • Tool-free for 5.25″ device
  • Dust Filters on bottom and front intakes
  • Cable management for better cable routing
  • Reinforced front door protects your vital devices
  • Removable & Rotatable HDD cage for convenient installation
  • Support high-end graphics cards including AMD Radeon HD 6990 and NVIDIA GTX 590
  • Supports rear internal 120mm water cooling radiator

The Cooler Master SGC-1000-KWN1 Storm Enforcer ATX Mid Tower Case contains a wealth of features coveted by most gaming enthusiasts, including USB 3.0, SSD drive support and a removable/rotatable HDD cage to support easy installation of the highest end video cards.
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Cooler Master Storm Enforcer USB 3.0 Mid Tower ATX Case with Window and Black Interior (SGC-1000-KWN1)

Cooler Master Storm Enforcer USB 3.0 Mid Tower ATX Case With Window And Black Interior (SGC-1000-KWN1)

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3 thoughts on “Cooler Master Storm Enforcer USB 3.0 Mid Tower ATX Case with Window and Black Interior (SGC-1000-KWN1)

  1. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great mid tower for great price, April 29, 2011
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    Max De Janon (Indianapolis, IN United States) –

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    I am very happy with this case. I came from a CM Storm Scout and to migrate to the Enforcer was pretty easy. They are about the same size but the Enforcer is wider and this gives it extra points over the Scout and also USB 3.0 plug for mobo is great. 200mm fans have really made my case a lot quieter than before and I am very happy about that and also the fact that 200mm fans move more air than 120s and 140s makes me a happy camper. The temps on my case are lower than with my scout even with side panel fans on. It is a little less tool less than the scout since the PCI slots don’t have clips and it did not come with thumb screws but I had plenty of them at home so i just replaced the normal ones for the thumb screws and I was ready to go. I am very happy with the construction of the case also. Overall for my new build it was the right case for me.

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great case for the money.., July 12, 2011
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    NavyCPO

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    Bought this case to replace my aging Antec P180 case. Delivery came in the original box no extra packing. The unit was in excellent shape upon unpacking it so saving the extra box and popcorn was a good move. The case comes with a small box tied to the inside with all the screws and rails and cable ties you would need for a normal setup. The black interior is sharp looking and really sets this case apart from others. All of the included screws were also black which is good to keep the theme of the case going. It is a very solid case and much lighter than my previous P180. I can actually pick it up assembled without getting a back ache. The case comes with one front fan and one rear fan, it has a spot on top to place another large fan or two smaller ones. All holes are there for whatever configuration you would like to have. The back panel is very clearly labled for either ATX or micro ATX for setting up the motherboard supports and even includes a little adapter to attach to your screw driver to seat them. No guessing on this case which holes to use. The two biggest things that for me set this case apart from my P180 is cable management and having a special mounting system for my Solid State Drive.
    Cable management is setup perfectly. Before my case had wires ziptied all over the box trying to maximize airflow. In this setup there is not one wire visible through the window or even if you open the side door. All my wires are on the other side slipped through some very well placed holes for connection to all components. There are little zip tie loops everywhere so you can secure your wires all along the right side of the case. Just ensure they do not get bunched up too much as you will have a hard time closing the door over them. You may want to ensure your power supply has longer type wires as if it does not you may end up not being able to route them thru the back.
    In my opinion having the smooth airflow allows for the case not to REQUIRE more fans. You can add them easily if you want though. The case is not overly loud though you can hear the fans blowing, I have not had any trouble with heat since I built it and I run a Intel Core I7 and a rather large power supply for my GTX video card. I removed the hard drive cage very easily and only use the bottom hard mounted cage with the SSD mount moved from the bottom of the case to the top of this cage. This should allow any type video card to be installed with ease. I have a GTX 260 with two power wires and I have PLENTY of room to spare. The case uses very nice quick mounts for the CD Rom drives etc, but uses the old screw system for any PCI type cards. I prefer this as any other case I have seen or used with the tooless PCI mounting has always wiggled free if I decide to take it somewhere.
    Overall I highly recommend this case for a great midrange type case. There are better out there of course but your gonna pay more for them. For my money and not wanting to spend allot on a box to hold my stuff but still get great function and value it can not be beat. Good Job Cooler Master!

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Superb Functionality & Airflow, Cable Magement, Absolutely Love It, April 2, 2012
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    Tiger (San Jose, CA) –
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    I absolutely love this case. It is (almost) everything I wanted in a case, and more. I love it for its superb functionality inside & out and great air flow ventilation. I was worried it would look like an alien or shine too brightly, to which I can say it looks more normal and doesn’t stand out a whole lot with its lights (shown in video). I really wanted front panel USB 3.0 (blue USB ports) which this has. I like an optical drive bay door to cut down on drive noise. It has plenty of 5.25″ external drive bays (4) (one convertible to 3.5″), loads of internal bays (2.5″ movable bay, 3 x 3.5″ bay, a big removable 5 x 3.5″ bay), bottom mounted power supply with dedicated bottom vent (more stable & cooler), room to tuck extra things here and there like unused power supply cables, and excellent cable management. I like for the motherboard standoffs they give you a little hand nut that you can use a screwdriver with for easier insertion, and the holes are lettered and follow a template stamped in the case.

    It has a huge 200mm case fans to crank air in the front, a 120mm rear exhaust fan, a huge open grate on the top to exhaust or install another optional 200mm fan (which I did). Although I could only find the red Cooler Master Case Fan. But beware that despite the description, or even what is printed right on the box, there is no optional 120mm side fan vent. Maybe it was on an older version, but it seems there is a bigger side window where there might have been a smaller window and side fan if you look at the manual. But these 200mm vents on front and top are huge, alone with all the card slots are open vents too, this case is vary airy. You can remove the big 5 x 3.5″ bay to increase airflow too if you aren’t using it, which I did. The whole case stays very cool according to my Intel motherboard monitoring software, and the dynamically controlled fans spin at lower RPMs and lower noise levels.

    I spent a long time doing good cable management and staying organized. But the results are great. You tie everything down the back side with various points to tie off. run loosely, leave some room at the end, then tie down all the slack on the back. It takes some thinking to plan your runs. But cables out of the way help with air flow too.

    There are a only few drawbacks. (1) It is not whisper quiet because it is so airy, the big 200mm vent on the top lets internal noise through. It isn’t loud, but it isn’t quite, and definitely white noise gets out. (2) The front has a LED light that flashes when the computer is asleep, which catches your eye. Otherwise the case was never overly flashy or bright. (3) The case is larger than some mid towers (wider, deeper, and taller) so make sure you have room. This comes from the huge benefit of all the room in side. But it didn’t fit on my previous computer shelf where my Dell used to be. Beware of shoving it too close to the wall or top of a shelf that might restrict good air flow. (4) There is no side fan vent, not that you’ll need one, but just fyi because it is contrary to manuals, box, or description. (5) The instructions for removing the 5 x 3.5″ cage are misleading, they tell you to remove the front panel and fan, but it is so much easier than that and doesn’t require removing anything, just a few screws on either side of the cage. (6) You will spend some time organizing things if you want to make full use of the flexibility and cable management.

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