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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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post #20141 of 28613
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Thanks for the guide GoodInk!



Oh I guess I misread your initial post, thought you were just selling the plastic for the side panel and not an already completed side panel. Know how much shipping would be?
No, you were right. It's only the plastic. Shipping will be about $8 to VA.
    
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post #20142 of 28613
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Hey guys, first post here. Ive actually owned the scout for a while now, just found this thread while I was researching stuff for my upgrade.

Here is with the old set up



and new (sorry just a quick cell pic i all i have atm)




Also, question. The side fans make the terrible noise we all know of, im assuming its from the shape of the vents. I know alot of people are just replacing the window. Has anyone found a solution that still keeps those fans? I was thinking maybe cutting the "vents" out and putting in metal guards?

Thanks all, amazing thread too!
awesome build man
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post #20143 of 28613
Rockr i like the window is there anyway you could tint it?

also on the topic of the h50/70

you guys seen this yet?
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Rockr i like the window is there anyway you could tint it?

also on the topic of the h50/70

you guys seen this yet?
I can tint it. The cost will go up of course. Probably by about $15.


As for the H-60, for only $2 more than the 50, it looks pretty good.
    
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post #20145 of 28613
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Howdy hubwub! Haven't seen you in a while. Good to see again.

To answer your question, you're gonna get many different answers. There's so many variables to look at. The number 1 thing to consider would be performance. The second would be noise and last would be cost. Then you have to decide if you want lighted fans. If so the choices drop dramatically.

Personally and this is only my opinion based on my experience, most of the R4 line from Cooler Master would be a great place to start looking. From that line I prefer and it's only my opinion because I have a couple of them, is the Excalibur. Sure it's expensive, but it's totally cleanable and has very good performance at slower speeds. It does get noisy at full speed, but I don't have to run it at full speed because it does a great job slowed down.

There is really no easy answer, but those are my recommendations and I'm sure there will be many more.
Just been busy with school and work. I've finally had some free time as its getting closer to the end of the semester.

Thanks for the recommendation. I was wondering how many 120mm fans can I fit on the top? Also, is it easy to remove the hard drive bay because I feel like getting one of these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817993002
 
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post #20146 of 28613
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Howdy hubwub! Haven't seen you in a while. Good to see again.

To answer your question, you're gonna get many different answers. There's so many variables to look at. The number 1 thing to consider would be performance. The second would be noise and last would be cost. Then you have to decide if you want lighted fans. If so the choices drop dramatically.

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There is really no easy answer, but those are my recommendations and I'm sure there will be many more.
i've always gone for scythe fans, they have a good mix of speed vs noise to choose from. i run the Scythe Slipstreams and am VERY happy with them.
    
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i've always gone for scythe fans, they have a good mix of speed vs noise to choose from. i run the Scythe Slipstreams and am VERY happy with them.
Thanks for the recommendation.

I've come to a problem. My new graphics card does not fit and I need to remove the HDD bay. How do I go about this?
 
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Okay, so I'm trying to figure out how to remove the HDD bay. There are four screws at the bottom of the HDD bay that connects to the bottom of the case while there are four more screws at the top of the HDD bay which connects it with the 5.25 bay. However, I have no clue what bit this needs. At this moment, I need to get my rig running with this card and I might just run without the case for a bit.
Edited by hubwub - 4/13/11 at 5:39pm
 
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Okay, so I'm trying to figure out how to remove the HDD bay. There are four screws at the bottom of the HDD bay that connects to the bottom of the case while there are four more screws at the top of the HDD bay which connects it with the 3.5 bay. However, I have no clue what bit this needs. At this moment, I need to get my rig running with this card and I might just run without the case for a bit.
sorry, can't help you there. is it possible to put your card in a higher spot where it might fit by going into the 5 1/4" bays? (that's want mine does)
    
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sorry, can't help you there. is it possible to put your card in a higher spot where it might fit by going into the 5 1/4" bays? (that's want mine does)
The card is 11 inches long. No matter where I put it will hit either drive bays. I have to remove one of them or get a new case which I don't want to do at this moment since I just got a new GPU.
 
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