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Hmmm... yes, she might not appreciate having her gear migrate somewhere else.
Have fun!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by willibj;14502824 
Try and get that budget as high as you can in the next 3 months Panda - every dollar helps, do whatever side jobs you can.

CHEAP LABOUR lols
Edited by Invert_Panda - 8/7/11 at 9:06pm
post #53 of 65
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So what case would people suggest the enforcer or the scout?
post #54 of 65
Quote:
Originally Posted by Invert_Panda;14502661 
Thanks for the suggestions
I was originally going to go with the scout but I read at alot of places that some graphics cards would fall out of the screwless design clamp so I thought I may as well go the enforcer because I enjoy the tough look it has.

The enforcer is a solid choice, but I would just like to make known that you can still use screws (which are included) to secure gfx cards and other heavy expansion cards. I dont know why anyone would think the plastic clips would hold an 11 inch dual slot graphics card... My 6950 with EK block (must weigh 4 pounds lol) has held fast through many bumpy car rides with the two screws holding it. willibj makes a good point about the bigger front fan, I guess I am just partial to the stright lines of the scout, as well as the mesh front vs the highly plastic front panel of the enforcer. Now were just in opinionland though, I just want to make sure you really go over your options. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Shadow_Foxx;14502947 
The enforcer is a solid choice, but I would just like to make known that you can still use screws (which are included) to secure gfx cards and other heavy expansion cards. I dont know why anyone would think the plastic clips would hold an 11 inch dual slot graphics card... My 6950 with EK block (must weigh 4 pounds lol) has held fast through many bumpy car rides with the two screws holding it. willibj makes a good point about the bigger front fan, I guess I am just partial to the stright lines of the scout, as well as the mesh front vs the highly plastic front panel of the enforcer. Now were just in opinionland though, I just want to make sure you really go over your options. smile.gif
So many options AAAH!!!
Thanks though smile.gif
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Anyone else with an opinion on the case?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Shadow_Foxx;14502947 
willibj makes a good point about the bigger front fan
Are you on liquid or air for your CPU?
Also dust wise does it attract a lot of dust in the scout because it doesn't have an air filter on the side?
post #58 of 65
If you want air cooling in your case, you will be better with the Enforcer - but you will have to add a 200mm fan up top (or 2x120mm) to do so. With this, it will move much more air and quieter than the scout. The scout, on the other hand, comes with more fans preinstalled.

Personal taste has a lot to do with it in the end, both are very capable cases.

You should read up on positive and negative case pressure, then consider all of the different routes for air to enter each case, and how much dust this will bring with it. The side window on the scout has openings that let in air and can have fans attached, but there's no dust filters on them The side window on the enforcer won't let air in, which will create a wind tunnel and thus more airflow over HDD's and potentially less dust. But if you went for a dual GPU setup, the side fan potential on the scout might help you cool your GPU's more directly. SO many options and points to consider indeed!
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I have owned a few Cooler Master cases and think you can't go wrong. I like the haf 912, 922, the Storm Scout(awesome looks!), the 690 advanced two and the Cosmos S (freaking huge it just swallowed all of my watercooling gear then asked for more). CM also uses excellent fans in my opinion. I went to the Corsair 650d because I wanted to modify it and flat metal surfaces are easier to work with than all the Cosmos' curved plastic. I like the Cosair case, but it certainly didn't breathe as well as my CM's. Until I got busy with the dremel tool. ;>)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sauce Boss;14500968 
Good build. I recommend the 560/560ti for xmas. Goes better with your i5.
/recommendation
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