Ultimate Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Project

Ultimate Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Project

Ultimate Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Project

Ultimate Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Project

Tiny Tom Logan has another exciting high performance system build in today’s video. This build will bring together some of the most cutting edge hardware currently on sale to produce one hell of a system, quite simply THE most powerful Cooler Master Enforcer on the planet!

Each of the parts below has been carefully selected to provide the top performance, efficiency and cooling for this top of the range system.

Cooler Master Storm Enforcer: The Storm Enforcer case continues Cooler Masters tradition of revolutionary design and cutting edge technology, offering excellent flexibility with superb cooling performance.

Intel Core i7 2600K: The overclockers favourite Sandy Bridge processor offering a fully unlocked multiplier for extreme overclocking, coupled with Hyper threading for multi-task bliss. This processor has been pushed to 5GHz for the ultimate performance in any task.

Asus Maximus IV Extreme: One of the best overclocking boards you can buy for the P67 chipset and packed full of features to aid in pushing your hardware to the limit.

Kingston HyperX T1 8GB 2000MHz DDR3 Memory: With its trademark blue heat spreaders the ultra-fast 2000MHz DDR3 memory offers ultra-tight timings and superb performance.

ASUS GTX580 Direct CU II: The fastest single GPU graphics card on the planet, coupled with the custom three slot Direct CU II cooler provides silky smooth gaming performance at very high resolutions, with the added bonus of quiet cool operation even at high clock speeds.

Kingston 512GB V+ 100 SSD: The giant 512GB V+ 100 SSD offers with lightning response times and blistering burst speeds with more than enough space to satisfy any gamer. This is the perfect drive for those who want HDD space with SSD speed.

Cooler Master 1200W Silent Pro Gold: With enough power to run any high performance system the 1200W Silent Pro Gold delivers clean reliable power to your components while remaining cool and quiet.

As you would expect Tom explains in great detail how to carefully install each and every component, with helpful tips and tricks along the way. Then once complete some frankly superb cable management gives a clean look to round off this professional build with a touch of class.

Now we have whetted your appetite see the full You Tube video below:

If only it was April! We would like to thank Coolermaster for the Enforcer and components we used today. You can discuss your thoughts in the forums.

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Most Recent Comments

08-07-2011, 23:57:20

link isnt working lol


lol I was wondering if it was a link to that mental build you did for the weekend awesome bro simply awesome. Now I need to see some Crysis gameplay footage from it.Quote

09-07-2011, 01:38:59

im supprised asus went with the 6mm fans on the 570....i heard the 3nm manufacturing prosess made for some really hot chips.....altho it could be worse amd shrunk the fan on the 6990 down to 4mm and its STILL loud enough to wake the dead!!!Quote

09-07-2011, 05:33:22

Oh, you...

Hahaha :')Quote

09-07-2011, 07:22:29

In ten years time who knows things may actually be that small.

I think that psu was cable of handling sli/xf though... Quote

09-07-2011, 07:30:57

Originally Posted by sheroo View Post

I think that psu was cable of handling sli/xf though...
no doubt prolly even quad sli/xfQuote

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