Stylish black and white design with mesh front panel provides constant cooling Top ultra-strong carrying handle with rubber coating The unique 90 degree rotatable 5.25"/3.5" combo cages offer flexibility for installation Rich I/O support with two USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports and 9 1 expansion slots for great expandability The fan speed can be adjusted by top control panel Supports the latest long graphics cards, including AMD Radeon HD 7970 and NVIDIA GTX 690 The internal tool box and Storm Guard secure gamers' peripherals Stylish design with mesh front panel provides constant cooling Top ultra-strong carrying handle with rubber coating The unique 90 degree rotatable 5.25"/3.5" combo cages offer flexibility for installation Rich I/O support with two USB 3.0 Super Speed ports and 9 1 expansion slots for great expandability The Fan Speed Can Be Adjusted On The Front Panel The Internal Tool Box And Storm Guard Bracket Help Gamers To Secure Their Peripherals Built to be amongst the most agile full-towers, Stryker includes an ultra-strong travel-ready carrying handle. CM Storm Stryker has a stylish glossy finish on the case and included fans, windowed side panel, full dust filter coverage, a fan controller, an external SSD drive hot-swap dock and two uniquely designed modular hard drive cages. These features give CM Storm Stryker the ability to adapt to workstation or water-cooled gaming configurations easily.
When choosing a case it is important to make sure it is something that you like and that will fit your needs. Cases are one of the few, if not the only component from a PC rig that will last you through multiple builds. With that in mind, I took a long time researching and browsing around before I decided on a case for my computer build.The HAF 912 was consistently mentioned across the web by PC enthusiasts and amateurs as a strong case choice for both form and f..
Guiderails are supereasy to add 3.5" harddrive.No sharp edges.If you have not build small form factor PC before, make sure that watch youtube videos. You want to add the components in certain order.For me- remove the front panel- remove the cover plate- remove the bracket for PSU- mount the DVD Burner first.- put the front panel back- mount the 3.5" hard drive- layout out the cables from the front panel- mount the CPU onto the motherboard (without the h..
This is the best matx case i've found that has space to hide some cable. The room behind the mobo tray is limited, but its enough space to store a normal amount of cables if you think about what you're doing. painted motherboard tray, awesome little SSD mounts (my favorite part), lots of space for additional fans (and two included!), all for $50. I haven't found any other Matx cases that even come close to this one. ..