Cooler Master Unveils “CM Storm Trooper” Mid-Tower Chassis at Gamescom 2011

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Cooler Master has revealed its upcoming “CM Storm Trooper” Case over at its Gamescom 2011 booth. The Chassis falls under the CM Storm Branding and the model displayed at the booth was still a prototype. The case features an all black and bulky design with a cool front panel at the front.

The Exterior is painted Black and the front shows a total of 9 Drive Bays included in the case. The Front also includes an X-Dock which can be used to Plug-in a SSD Drive, The top design comes with a handle and the front connector panel which includes Power On/Off, LED On/Off, 2 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0, E-Sata, Audio Microphone Jacks and HDD/CPU Usage LED’s. There are also 3 Holes at the back to allow for watercooling setups.

A meshed side panel is included on the case which may allow room for 2 120mm fans but this is yet no known. The Interior consists of 3 120mm fan, 1 at Exhaust while 2 are equipped at the lower drive bays to cool the drives. Cooler Master would also include a front and top 140-200mm fan. There’s a large cut on the motherboard tray to allow easy installation of massive CPU coolers while the PSU is bottom mounted and dust filters are included at the front and bottom. You can check out a detailed overview of the case in the video below:

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Price and Release Date is yet unknown, Enjoy the pics below: