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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (927)
    Great
  • 30% (573)
    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
1861 Total Votes  
post #11031 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Enigma8750 View Post
You're in my man.. Just fill in your system configuration in your user Control Panel.. It helps others with their builds.

I can see the Asus board.. My guess would be an ASUS M4A770 with 1333 G Skill RipJaws and a Ph. 965 with a 470 NVidia card.

How close was I?
Thanks, Enigma! That's a pretty good guess for just looking at that one picture.
post #11032 of 28613
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Originally Posted by AverageGai View Post
Hi guys, can someone add me as a member? I've posted in here a few times, but never had a chance to upload a picture of my Scout.

It's pretty plain compared to most of you guys' case, but I still love it.



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What do you guys think of the cable management? I didn't bother with bundling up cables by type because I don't plan on messing around with it much. Any suggestions on routing my cables inside and behind the case?



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Nice clean look. Good job on the cable management.
post #11033 of 28613
hey there, i just wanted to ask if it is possible to mount anotther 120mm fan at the front of the strom scout?

im looking to get one of those akasa apache fans to mount on the side

thanks
post #11034 of 28613
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Originally Posted by devan5 View Post
hey there, i just wanted to ask if it is possible to mount anotther 120mm fan at the front of the strom scout?

im looking to get one of those akasa apache fans to mount on the side

thanks
Yep there is a number of ways of doing it, just troll the thread. There are several who have done it.
    
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post #11035 of 28613
so im gonna water cool my scout and i was wondering where to fit the 120mm rad. I could put it flat on the drive bay area but how would i hold it in place? zip ties? I can also place it horizontaly in the drive bay area and zip tie it. The easy place is just to place it in the rear. I plan on mounting a fan on it and i was wondering where the most efficient place is to put it.



post #11036 of 28613
also can i join the club, im new and i just got all my parts



post #11037 of 28613
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Originally Posted by pedsrum View Post
so im gonna water cool my scout and i was wondering where to fit the 120mm rad. I could put it flat on the drive bay area but how would i hold it in place? zip ties? I can also place it horizontaly in the drive bay area and zip tie it. The easy place is just to place it in the rear. I plan on mounting a fan on it and i was wondering where the most efficient place is to put it.



Mount your rad in the rear so you exhaust heated air out of the case and of course you can join. You've already posted pics of your Scout and I say welcome aboard! General E. will be glad to add you to our roster
    
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post #11038 of 28613
Ohhh your right.. It sure looks good.
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post #11039 of 28613
thanks man and as for ur advice that sounds well-reasoned because if i put it in the bays horizontally it would blow the hot air into my chassis but at the rear it "kills two birds with one stone"

What about putting it vertically at the bottom of my bay cage and then mounting a fan on it? would that also be messing up the air flow or is no place a better spot for the rad except for the rear?
post #11040 of 28613
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The General's Build of the week is from

GsxR1000Ryda. Very nice lighting.

Woa, build of the week! AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
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