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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (927)
    Great
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    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
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    Bad
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post #23501 of 28613
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Originally Posted by unimatrixzero View Post
  1. It needs to be a wee bit taller and keep the same design but allow for a 240 rad at the top


  2. Wider to offset the length increase.

  3. we need more room for more that 10 and 1/2 inch video cards.. We have found that most people that buy the enormous video cards are not Scout buyers. they usually go to a bigger case but at least another inch clearance for video cards.

  4. Less hard Drive bays on bottom to make room for a 240 rad at the bottom or at least a nice fat 120 rad.

  5. More room behind the motherboard try. Closing a scout after a build takes 4 men and a Monkey to close it.

  6. Oh did I say ... keep the same design.

  7. Don't mess with the design .. just make it a little bigger.

  8. USB 3 Plugs

  9. And a more fan accesories points or a junction rail on the back for adding fans and lights.

  10. Removable conduit for main board psu wire.

  11. If you make it Fatter could you get a 180 x 180 fan on the top

  12. And one place somewhere in the box for a small Res to mount

  13. Kill the fins on the side of the acylic Panel. They hum and cause sound when 120 fans are on high.

  14. Keep the Tinted glass

  15. Ohh did I say .. Keep the Scout Design in tacked.. Just a little bigger..fatter and longer.. Maybe 2 on height .... 1 on depth ... and 1 on length.

  16. Oh. those tool less PCI card clamps that look like clamps but are not really clamps.. We usually put really nice finger tight case screws and not use the Tool less because it is flimsy and it cheapens the entire case. This is Cooler Master and we don't make crap.

  17. The top to me looks great I love the jerry can look. I would not deviate from that.


Thank you sir so much for giving us credit for some of the Design elements of the Trooper.. some of us could just Hug the Stuffin out of you for saying that.



Thanks

Dad and I
Some of the things are doable. A little bigger is okay, USB 3.0 is for sure. Junction rail, might be tricky.
    
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Originally Posted by CM MR HAF View Post
Thank you for the welcome. We saw the Enforcer as a good way to provide the high level features in our own design. Unfortunately as you mentioned, there was too much "Cooler Master" in Enforcer, and not enough CM Storm. Even so, it is still the best value in its class for features for the dollar.


Scout has a good balance of features. Too many might raise the price pretty high. A fan mount inside the Scout 2 would be different.
Good point, wouldnt want it to cost too much to produce and hike the prices up, but i do stand by the fan mount idea, for example some of us have mounted 120mm radiators in the 5.25 inch bays right under our dvd drives, and the option of just having an extra fan up there is obviously ideal for cooling the top portion of our motherboards etc.

You've proved why CM are such a great company, you look after and listen to your customers, it was only a few weeks ago that i had to get a new front I/O panel for my case, and the person from CM support quickly accepted my warranty request once i'd given proof of serial+purchase to him, i had the I/O panel one week afterwards and the rest is blissful history, and now here you are asking for our input on the design of the scout, i've never seen a case company do this before! So in short you guys ROCK, if a scout II was to surface, you'd have to fully kill me in order to stop me from getting my hands on one
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Thank you for the welcome.
What kind of white? White as in wedding dress, or some kind of shiny white.
As in white like this;


or




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Scout has a good balance of features. Too many might raise the price pretty high.
As for price it has already been pretty much agreed upon the with a good balance of suggested features; taller, wider and deeper with top 240 rad support and removable hard drive cages, we would be willing to pay $129 retail. I know I would.
    
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Window definately will be changed.
even if you just made a new insert, that we could buy, and just remove the rivets, and install the new window... i am about to cut out all the fins the noise is ridiculously bad!

also... i'm not sure how many other people have noticed the insanely tight fitment!


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As in white like this;

As for price it has already been pretty much agreed upon the with a good balance of suggested features; taller, wider and deeper with top 240 rad support and removable hard drive cages, we would be willing to pay $129 retail. I know I would.
I second that!!! Hell, I just pre-paid for my Trooper $189.00 with out thinking twice; I would definitely pay $129.00 for a revised 'Scout'!!!

Love that RIG Rockr!!!
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Edit: I just looked and were at a 2,600,670 View count. Talk about Hit's!!!
ROCK ON 'CMSSC'!!!!!
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Removable drive bays may be a good idea, the false floor its also possible, but the Scout may be too small. And the bullseye thing in the front is used to reinforce the front mesh so it wont be dented in shipping. Window definately will be changed.
Never thought of that. Makes sense.
     
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As in white like this;


or

i want to do this to my scout as well. did you guys use spray paint or what?
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103995

Anybody want to play the lottery Heard of the Zosma chips. Never seen one on the Egg. Heard they're Thubans with two crippled cores? Might be unlocked to a Hexacore? Kinda wish I had the money to try....nah
     
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Well after much deliberation, I would like to thank AOM for planting the seed of doubt; Thanks Hon!!!!, I've decided to go with this PSU for my upcoming X-Fire upgrade. All the reviews are good and it's from a brand I trust because of what I'm using now.

I am beside myself having to wait to share pics of how BAD(insert expletive here)!!!!
it's gonna look and hopefully perform.

Until my next post,
General R69 signing out
    
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Well after much deliberation, I would like to thank AOM for planting the seed of doubt; Thanks Hon!!!!, I've decided to go with this PSU for my upcoming X-Fire upgrade. All the reviews are good and it's from a brand I trust because of what I'm using now.

I am beside myself having to wait to share pics of how BAD(insert expletive here)!!!!
it's gonna look and hopefully perform.

Until my next post,
General R69 signing out
I'm glad i made an impact i had a look around and i found out who the OEM for the psu you're getting is, aswell as finding reviews that all say it's a fine psu, here's a small snippet from what i found though

"According to our research, the OCZ ZX 850W is made by Great Wall, the same OEM that manufactures the Sparkle Gold series. From all reports, including our own review, this is a good thing, as these units routinely exceed their rated wattage with ease and hold up very well even under the most demanding of loads."
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