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CM Storm Enforcer Review

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sakzzz 18th August 2011, 09:10 Quote
Page 2, First line "BitFenix Shinobi Cooling Performance " ... Coffee anyone?
scott_chegg 18th August 2011, 09:49 Quote
Good spot!
Lizard 18th August 2011, 10:08 Quote
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Originally Posted by sakzzz
Page 2, First line "BitFenix Shinobi Cooling Performance " ... Coffee anyone?

Fixed, cheers.
SlowMotionSuicide 18th August 2011, 10:13 Quote
You might wanna double check your thermal performance graphs, too. (Antec Lanboy/Silverstone Raven RV-03?)
Kenny_McCormick 18th August 2011, 10:59 Quote
The inside is just like my HAF912. Only changes the exterior panels.
Bloody_Pete 18th August 2011, 13:40 Quote
Bede 18th August 2011, 14:25 Quote
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The Enforcer manages to look the part of a mean PC case

If by 'mean' you mean chronically obese. That is one seriously hideous case, a bulging front is the last thing a case needs.
Baz 18th August 2011, 15:26 Quote
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Originally Posted by SlowMotionSuicide
You might wanna double check your thermal performance graphs, too. (Antec Lanboy/Silverstone Raven RV-03?)

They're the same as when we originally reviewed those cases. As the testing hardware hasn't changed, I can't see the issue, sorry.
SlowMotionSuicide 18th August 2011, 16:06 Quote
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You might wanna double check your thermal performance graphs, too. (Antec Lanboy/Silverstone Raven RV-03?)

They're the same as when we originally reviewed those cases. As the testing hardware hasn't changed, I can't see the issue, sorry.

Issue is, you have highlighted the Antec Lanboy (Full speed) in CPU results and Silverstone Raven in GPU results instead of CM Storm Enforcer. Of which this review is about, correct?
OCJunkie 18th August 2011, 17:43 Quote
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The Enforcer manages to look the part of a mean PC case

If by 'mean' you mean chronically obese.

LMAO

And doors are an instant NO for me.
FelixTech 18th August 2011, 21:43 Quote
Page 3 - "Unfortunately though the Enforcer didn’t manage to set our world on fire when it came to temperatures, but thankfully, it was a long way from doing so to our hardware."

I think you need to choose either "though" or "but thankfully," :D
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