Cooler Master's super-sized Storm Stryker case

Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 12, 2013 - 11:53 AM |
Tagged: cooler master, Storm Stryker, XL-ATX

If you need a case with space consider this member of the Storm family, the CM Storm Stryker XL-ATX case.  At 250x605x578mm (9.8x23.8x22.8") it will not fit under every desk but will hold a significant amount of hardware, you can fit up to 13 drives depending on the configuration of the HDD cages and it sports 9 add-in card slots on the back.  With fans on both the top and the bottom of the case, you could easily attach a radiator to the case or make do with great airflow if you do not desire to watercool.  Modders Inc was not only impressed by the brilliant white finish, they could not find a single bad thing to say about this case.

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"The modular hard drive case setup was a great bonus to find when diving further into the case. These features, plus the fan controller, cable grip holder, and all the included fans that provide a constant flow of cooling air through the case really makes the CM Storm Stryker a well desired case."

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Source: Modders Inc
April 12, 2013 | 12:56 PM - Posted by Robert (not verified)

Wow! That looks amazing.

I really like Cooler Master's stuff. I have their HAF solid black case along with their Hyper 212 EVO CPU cooler.

The only thing is, when I got my 680 I had to take one of the drive bays out of the case to get it in there. I don't mind, I wanted a cheap, good looking case. I get what I pay for...but I'm still happy with it.

This Stryker case is a nice answer to those who need more space inside.

If I ever get another 680 down the road for SLI I will definitely look into this one (but I hope they make a black one)

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