After losing many countless hours to a particular Elder Scrolls game, it is time to review another computer chassis. The Cooler Master Storm Trooper isn't a case that should be taken 'lightly'. First thing that comes to mind when I hear the words 'Storm Trooper' is Star Wars, but I guess that is what you would expect in this modern age. However, a quick history lesson would reveal that the term comes from Germany in World War I. Also known as a "shock troop", they are special solders that were trained specifically for breaching enemy defenses by skipping enemy strong points. While this might sound pretty logical to us, it was a revolutionary idea at the time. In fact, using infiltration tactics became a standard tactic towards the end of the First World War. Of course, like any tactic, the enemies learned how to defend against this type of attack as it became more common. Then, to top it all off, you have trench warfare, where the gains of an attack were typically minimal, and even successful attacks were not always truly successful. This is because newly acquired locations were often very difficult to defend from rear-facing attacks by the second enemy line. Got that? Meanwhile on my desk, the Cooler Master Storm Trooper is not what I would call a small, lightly equipped computer case. Considering it is a full tower chassis, supports quad SLI/CrossFire and XL-ATX motherboards, this case is what I would call heavy duty. The real question is whether or not it is effective enough for modern day hardware?
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