The cavalier 2 provides good expansion capabilities, comes with a 300 watt PSU, can mount a full size ATX motherboard, and should especially appeal to those interested in building a HTPC.
For the past decade, the mid-tower computer case has been the predominant choice among PC enthusiasts. However with the growing interest in Home Theater PC’s (HTPC), desk style cases are coming back into favor. Cooler Master has added several sleek new desktop chassis to their PC enclosure lineup, including the Cavalier 2 we are reviewing today.
Cavalier 2 (CAV-T02-UWA) Silver Cavalier 2 (CAV-T02-UKA) Black
The Cavalier desktop series comes in four different models. The retro-look Cavalier 2 includes a large analog sound level meter on the front and comes in either silver or black.
Cavalier 4 (CAV-T04-UWA) Silver Cavalier 4 (CAV-T04-UKA) Black
For users who desire cleaner lines, the Cavalier 4 is available without the analog meter. All of the Cavalier series of desktop enclosures come with a 300 watt power supply and can accommodate a full size ATX motherboard.
Â· Stylish dual-curve front bezel design
Â· Accepts full size ATX motherboard
Â· Proprietary 300 watt PS2 power supply
Â· Analog audio sound level meter (CAV-T02)
Â· Quiet operation
Â· Front mounted USB, Firewire and audio connectors
Specifications (from the Cooler Master website)