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I was wondering if there is anyone on Overclock that has the tools, materials and time to create a custom window for my CM Storm Scout. I'd be willing to pay, of course. Unless there is a place online where I could purchase one.

If anyone is able to do this for me, let me know so I can tell you what I'd like.
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I know you're looking to buy one or have someone do it for you, but if you don't find anyone there is this guide. I found a piece of acrylic at lowes for 1$ that was enough for 2 windows, enough to mess it up once haha. Can't give you any advice though because I just ended up getting a new case and never did the mod.
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I know you're looking to buy one or have someone do it for you, but if you don't find anyone there is this guide. I found a piece of acrylic at lowes for 1$ that was enough for 2 windows, enough to mess it up once haha. Can't give you any advice though because I just ended up getting a new case and never did the mod.
It's better thank no suggestions at all. I will look into it. Thanks!
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Just remember, if you do a semi-crappy cut, you'll only see it on the inside of the panel, so it wouldn't be so bad
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Just remember, if you do a semi-crappy cut, you'll only see it on the inside of the panel, so it wouldn't be so bad
Yeah. I just finished cutting the vent and the $20.00 dremel I bought from Wal-Mart did a pretty good job, surprisingly. I didn't cut the vents into squares, as the grills I bought are circular. http://www.directron.com/grillradi120.html

I will probably stop at Home Depot and see if I can't find some good mesh to catch some dust as well. There will be a lot of unprotected space and I'd rather not have a chassis full of dust.
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