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Hey guys what about this mod...biggrin.gif

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Edited by Cheaptrick - 2/14/12 at 10:59pm
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A single 120mm rad at the front on the bottom does seem to be a better idea, as I could keep the 5.25" bays. The Storm Scout has 5 bays so I could have a Blu-ray drive, that fusion bay res and a 2-bay fan controller. This is much better than a triple rad at the front.

Although TBH, losing my hard drive bays would be a bit of a blow. And I still love the Nova 1080 external rad idea, so I need to think about exactly what I want from this build in terms of aesthetics and function. I'm still putting a triple rad in the top no matter what, as that is the most aesthetic mod I have seen. (Other than a paintjob)
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That's a thick 140 mm 2nd gen ultra high fin HWLabs rad bro. Not a 120 mm.biggrin.gif

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Edited by Cheaptrick - 2/15/12 at 10:22am
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post #34 of 44
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A single 120mm rad at the front on the bottom does seem to be a better idea, as I could keep the 5.25" bays. The Storm Scout has 5 bays so I could have a Blu-ray drive, that fusion bay res and a 2-bay fan controller. This is much better than a triple rad at the front.

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Shadow_Foxx chime in if I'm wrong, but with putting a 360 up top you are going to loose your top 5.25" bay. If so, easy fix with getting a single bay fan controller, unless the dual is shallow.
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Shadow_Foxx chime in if I'm wrong, but with putting a 360 up top you are going to loose your top 5.25" bay. If so, easy fix with getting a single bay fan controller, unless the dual is shallow.

Yea, you will only be able to put either a fan controller or switch bus up there, no optical drive , reservoir or anything else. As long as your fan controller isnt too thick, you should be fine though!
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Ok, for now whilst I have one GTX 580, I will only put a 360 rad in the top. TBH by the time I get to tri or quad SLI I may well move onto a motherboard that is larger than ATX anyway, so there is no point in preparing for that now. If I get desperate for temps I will install a 140mm rad like Cheaptrick did. (Sorry for not noticing it was 140mm the first time)

The storm scout has five 5.25" bays at the front, which I would like to configure like this:

Bays 1 & 2: A really aesthetic dual-bay LCD fan controller, which is thin enough to fit with the above mod.
Bays 3& 4: The FrozenQ dual-bay reservoir
Bay 5: Blu-ray drive

At the moment I think this is the best looking fan controller, and it seems pretty thin:
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Edited by lemon2 - 2/16/12 at 12:24pm
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Ok, for now whilst I have one GTX 580, I will only put a 360 rad in the top. TBH by the time I get to tri or quad SLI I may well move onto a motherboard that is larger than ATX anyway, so there is no point in preparing for that now. If I get desperate for temps I will install a 140mm rad like Cheaptrick did. (Sorry for not noticing it was 140mm the first time)
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Bays 3& 4: The FrozenQ dual-bay reservoir
Bay 5: Blu-ray drive
At the moment I think this is the best looking fan controller, and it seems pretty thin:

Sounds like a good plan! Not fond at all of touch screen fan controllers, but its a personal preference. thumb.gif
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Ok, for now whilst I have one GTX 580, I will only put a 360 rad in the top. TBH by the time I get to tri or quad SLI I may well move onto a motherboard that is larger than ATX anyway, so there is no point in preparing for that now. If I get desperate for temps I will install a 140mm rad like Cheaptrick did. (Sorry for not noticing it was 140mm the first time)
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Bays 3& 4: The FrozenQ dual-bay reservoir
Bay 5: Blu-ray drive
At the moment I think this is the best looking fan controller, and it seems pretty thin:

Sounds like a good plan! Not fond at all of touch screen fan controllers, but its a personal preference. thumb.gif

Ditto, now get to building lemon biggrin.gif And post some pics over in the CMSSC, I know they will love it. wink.gif
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Ok, for now whilst I have one GTX 580, I will only put a 360 rad in the top. TBH by the time I get to tri or quad SLI I may well move onto a motherboard that is larger than ATX anyway, so there is no point in preparing for that now. If I get desperate for temps I will install a 140mm rad like Cheaptrick did. (Sorry for not noticing it was 140mm the first time)

The storm scout has five 5.25" bays at the front, which I would like to configure like this:
Bays 1 & 2: A really aesthetic dual-bay LCD fan controller, which is thin enough to fit with the above mod.
Bays 3& 4: The FrozenQ dual-bay reservoir
Bay 5: Blu-ray drive

At the moment I think this is the best looking fan controller, and it seems pretty thin:

I'm confused of what you're really is trying to accomplish here. You're trying to mod your case for now then you're going to replace your case for a much bigger case. It can be very costly. It's better for you get things in order & stop counting the chicks before the eggs are hatch. What you're trying to do for now can be costly much more adding a much more costly upgrade later on. The plan is grand but to execute it is something else for you to really think about.

Putting a 360 rad on top or a 140 rad on front might look so easy but if you're new to it, it can be a pain in the rear especially if you're the type of person who like things to look perfect.

Your plan to fully occupy the Scout's 5 drive bays can be your real enemy in modding the case. Where are you going to put your disk drives? Are you going to paste it with velcro on the side (it will not look good)? Probably you're planning to put in inside the drive bays (inside that Aerocool fan controller maybe as it's hallow in the back). This can be a problem as the bracket of the Aerocool fan controller needs to be screws in place not just in one side but on both sides. Not screwing it on one side will make it very unstable as those quick release latches on the left side of the drive bays is not strong enough to hold things up.

You also need to mode the disk drive holder inside the optical drive as you can't screw it on the front side as you alread screwed something else in place (your Aerocool fan controller).

You might not like the look of the case when all the front drive bays are fully occupied. The Scout is not HAF X. It's a small case & will look too much if you put a lot of thing in it. This is what happened in my case I have to put a metal sheet in front to create a minimal look.

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This can be a problem as the bracket of the Aerocool fan controller needs to be screws in place not just in one side but on both sides. Not screwing it on one side will make it very unstable as those quick release latches on the left side of the drive bays is not strong enough to hold things up.

You also need to mode the disk drive holder inside the optical drive as you can't screw it on the front side as you alread screwed something else in place (your Aerocool fan controller).

I'm not getting what you are saying. I understand about the fan controller needing screwed in, but the tooless is very easy to remove and can be put back on over screws, I know because I did it with my XSPC res. The second part is were things go south with me following what you are saying. Are you saying he can't mount his BR drive in the 5.25" bay because he screwed the fan controller in? If you are saying this I don't get it. There would be nothing stopping that from happening, I will agree that most toolless systems are garbage and screws work better, but the ones in the Scout are not bad as far as tooless go. The bottom 3.5" is removable so I'm really confused on what you are saying. Is there something we are not seeing with the fan controller? Or are you saying you don't think it would look good?
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