Coolermaster Storm Sniper

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Externals Continued

The right hand panel (looking from the front) is a little bland, but it also looks rather sleek; so its really a matter of opinion. There’s a small CM Storm logo as that is the franchise that the Sniper is part of.


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Removing this panel you get a view of the quite large space left specifically for cable management.


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The back of the case has fully utilised thumbscrews which is nice to see. They’re also not screwed too tight forcing you to use a screwdriver to undo them. Good job CM.


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The PSU on the sniper is mounted at the bottom of the case which is designed to help separate it’s heat outputs from the rest of the hardware and vice versa. There’s 2 watercooling holes at the very top, and an exhaust fan just underneath them.


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Moving around to the left hand panel, it’s identical to the right hand one, but with a grill in it that improves airflow internally.


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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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