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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)
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post #18541 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Enigma8750 View Post
Here are some design Elements that they Should add to the new Storm Scout 2. I don't think it should be a duplicate of this case but I do love some of the Elements of this case with the Cooler Master Flair this would be an excellent choice of NXZT GEN.










  • Case Type High Tower
  • Material SECC 1mm
  • Front Material Plastic
  • External Color Black
  • Chassis Color Black
  • Side Panel Solid Side Panel
  • Motherboard E-ATX - ATX, Micro ATX
  • Drive Bays 5.25" 5
  • Drive Bays Ext. 3.5" No
  • Drive Bays Int. 3.5" 5
  • Expansion Slots 7
  • Usb Ports 4 x Usb 2.0 + e-Sata + Native sata
  • Audio/Mic Ports HD / AC97
  • Card Reader Read CF/MD, XD, SD/MMC, TF y MS/M2
  • Native Sata Yes
  • Thumbscrews Yes
  • Front Cooler 1 x 120mm blue led fan
  • Side Cooler 2 x 80mm blue led fan
  • Top Cooler 2 x 120mm blue led fan
  • Rear Cooler 1 x 120mm blue led fan
  • Watercooling Support Yes
  • Power Supply No
  • Power Supply Mounts Botton rear of the case
  • Hidden Cables Yes
  • Dimension 21.65 (L) x 8.43 (W) x 20.47 (H)
  • Accessories 8 screw FDD + 25 screw
  • HDD y Motherboard + 8
  • screw HDD cage + 12 screw
  • OCC + 5 screw support
  • Motherboard
  • Net Weight 12.5 kg (27.56 lbs)
  • Gross Weight 13 kg (28.66 lbs)
  • Warranty 1 year limited (for Parts and Labor)









I think that you better become the head-honcho of Cooler Master as in my asking the question about a possible Storm Scout II here is the link to the thread @ the CM forum: http://forum.coolermaster.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=14631
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Hi guys ( again)









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sorry i have not been posting much lately. both me and my son got sick and he got the worst of it. He has missed school all this week. i am going to go take some pics of my S.I.P.(scout in pieces) and grab some paint i found at the local autozone. should start painting this weekend sometime. also will take pics of my little lian-li i picked up for $70.
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Hi guys ( again)









Wow.. Nice Build.. It looks great.. I like the side window fan and the blue color Scheme. Nice Element. Could use some wire management but that is not my strong point either, so I have nothing to say on that. Great Scout and Welcome aboard Scout.

Once a Scout Always a Scout.
Semper Fi Do or DIE.

Fill out the Enlistment on page one if you have not already.. Thank you.
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Actullay that fan's light shines more (if I connect to 12V molex) now it's not at full speed, has a thermal control. You can paste it any place (hot place) on case than turns faster and light gets more shine (more than picture). Now it works at 700 rmp. Limit is 1700 -71 cfm. And I can say it's really quite.

http://www.enermaxusa.com/catalog/pr...roducts_id=188




And you can't see, there is another fan in case (noctua) Let Me show you;



and there is another here; Gelid (no led)



Thanks
Edited by DJ_OXyGeNe_8 - 2/24/11 at 10:24am
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No.. I had a major Heart Attack December 18th of 2009. That is when I started modding because I can't work a regular job. I have to sleep everyday from 2 to 5 my time and napping and Extensive Sweating and falling down is prohibited on the work site. It is bad for workman's Comp. So I Mod Cases and I fix a few computers once in a while for MOD Money and I don't make anything of what I should for my cases. Usually I only get what I have spent in them and then I buy another case and mod it. I have so much paint my wife wants to buy me a big Storage building to put all my Modding supplies and Case Donors. My parts are scattered all over the House and in my one Store room that used to be the Pool House. it is now a MOD Supply bin and box repository.
Wow, that first part sucks. Good to hear you're doing better. As for the computer parts laying everywhere -- sounds like a dreamland
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No.. I had a major Heart Attack December 18th of 2009. That is when I started modding because I can't work a regular job. I have to sleep everyday from 2 to 5 my time and napping and Extensive Sweating and falling down is prohibited on the work site. It is bad for workman's Comp. So I Mod Cases and I fix a few computers once in a while for MOD Money and I don't make anything of what I should for my cases. Usually I only get what I have spent in them and then I buy another case and mod it. I have so much paint my wife wants to buy me a big Storage building to put all my Modding supplies and Case Donors. My parts are scattered all over the House and in my one Store room that used to be the Pool House. it is now a MOD Supply bin and box repository.
You on workmans comp to? I have been fighting them my self since July 2008.
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Well I am 97% complete but I still have some more work on the inside to do. But here is the outside completed.


















http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-wo...tec-900-a.html

Nice! They don't look that bad to me. I had originally planned to get a 902 for my sig rig, until I saw the Scout and Sniper. The guy at Fry's gave me a good deal on it and my Antec PSU. Sorry to hear about your heart condition. My mother had a quad bypass a couple of years ago. She went from being extremely active to housebound overnight. It's been tough on her. You're in my prayers bro.
     
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Ok, here is the link to order a Set of Three...
Black Sheet .040x8x21'' (3) -- $7.09
http://www.hobbylinc.com/htm/evg/evg9115.htm#

These are the 1mm thickness sheets that Evil262 used for his!

You get 3 sheets, for 7.09 .. vs the 2mm x2 sheets for 9.59.

Hobbylinc also has a number of various other Styrene products that might help with Case Modding on our Scouts.

For example, if you want to add a little more rigidity and sturdiness, they have these things...

Angle ABS 1/4'' (4)
https://www.hobbylinc.com/htm/pls/pls90006.htm

Square Rod Styrene 1/4x1/4x10'' (5)
https://www.hobbylinc.com/htm/pls/pls90810.htm

Can probably use something like those to reinforce the edges on PSU shrouds and such!

I am, at the moment, placing an order for 1 set, of the evg9115 .040x8x21 black sheets. Its cheap and comes with 3 sheets, so figure I'll have plenty if I mess up; and I'm adding 1 set of the 1/4" ABS Angle things; which comes with 4 at 24inches... plenty to work with!

Here's another idea! They got these little Styrene Ladder's too... for making model buildings and such. Imagine using one of those on the back of the HDD cage, to help organize the cabling!

Ok guys, the Styrene that I ordered for my Scout arrived today. Its sitting down under my desk here a work so I have not actually done anything with it yet... other then open the box to look at it.

Evil262 is very correct! This stuff feels like it is very strong and sturdy, but thin enough and light enough that it can be cut with some good scissors.

Best of all, it can be put together with simple plastic-model glue or even Crazy glue; which is also cheap. I just happened to have a tube of both at home already as well.

I ordered 1 set of 3 sheets. It is more then enough material for a single Scout, so I might look into doing a little more then just a shroud for my PSU and cover for my HDD's. I might look into building my own cage of sorts, for the 5.25 bays and see how well it works; though for that I'm going to wait until my Tax Return arrives (filed it early last week finally!) so I can order the Fans that I want. I ordered a set of the ABS Angle pieces as well and they look and feel as though they will be very strong for building just such a cage!

I'll make the PSU and HDD covers this weekend and try to get some pics!
     
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Ok guys, the Styrene that I ordered for my Scout arrived today. Its sitting down under my desk here a work so I have not actually done anything with it yet... other then open the box to look at it.

Evil262 is very correct! This stuff feels like it is very strong and sturdy, but thin enough and light enough that it can be cut with some good scissors.

Best of all, it can be put together with simple plastic-model glue or even Crazy glue; which is also cheap. I just happened to have a tube of both at home already as well.

I ordered 1 set of 3 sheets. It is more then enough material for a single Scout, so I might look into doing a little more then just a shroud for my PSU and cover for my HDD's. I might look into building my own cage of sorts, for the 5.25 bays and see how well it works; though for that I'm going to wait until my Tax Return arrives (filed it early last week finally!) so I can order the Fans that I want. I ordered a set of the ABS Angle pieces as well and they look and feel as though they will be very strong for building just such a cage!

I'll make the PSU and HDD covers this weekend and try to get some pics!
I'm lookin forward to the pics! I'd still like to make a HD and PSU tray myself.
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