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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (926)
    Great
  • 30% (573)
    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
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post #24451 of 28613
Now that's more like it!

I bought the cm megaflow 200 yesterday knowing that it wouldn't fit
so I made it fit without any cutting or so. It's got great properties,
cools very well and looks awesome in almost every case!

450

Once again I apologize for the bad-ass quality foto's my camera makes.
post #24452 of 28613
By the way,
I was wondering how you earn flames?
I've tried looking on the website but couldn't find anything regarding flames
or Rep. Neither did I find anything about custom titles.
Help is greatly appreciated!
post #24453 of 28613
450
Meh, lighting was a pain and i cba to take another one. That is the best cable management i can do, back barely goes on biggrin.gif.
post #24454 of 28613
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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post


I looked in the Artisan forum, there is guy the does laser cutting, but he can only do 12 x 18. I did a google search and found these guys, their prices sound reasonable. Are we going to get more detail or are you going to make us wait?
http://customlasercutting.com/

hmm, thanks, I will check them out! Im sticking to acrylic to save money and weight, I hope it will still look nice redface.gif. Well the thing is, I dont even know exactly what Im gonna do yet, got plenty of ideas though thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Cheaptrick View Post

I'm also a newbie on this Scout forum. I really like the Scout. I can afford to buy a more expensive pc case but I choose this case as my primary case as it fits to what I was looking for... a mid-ATX case cheap enough to mod or destroy in the process, light enough to carry using the handle & it also got the looks. I'm very traditional with my choice. I don't like flashy acrylic cases or huge cases the size of a small refrigerator.

This is EXACTLY how i felt, not fun to build in a caselabs case, no work, not hard at all, and bigger than a fridge!
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cheaptrick View Post

I was planning to have the words "Silent Scout" made of acrylic place in front of my pc case with red LED light. You think they can do it?
50
Though I got an idea... Cut the word "Silent Scout" on the front metal sheet & put a piece of red acylic in the back connected to a red LED light.
Yea, I would think they would be able to do that, it would look sweet too! biggrin.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by Aryan1171 View Post

Now that's more like it!
I bought the cm megaflow 200 yesterday knowing that it wouldn't fit
so I made it fit without any cutting or so. It's got great properties,
cools very well and looks awesome in almost every case!
450
Once again I apologize for the bad-ass quality foto's my camera makes.
Better pics please, I gotta see this! smile.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by Aryan1171 View Post

By the way,
I was wondering how you earn flames?
I've tried looking on the website but couldn't find anything regarding flames
or Rep. Neither did I find anything about custom titles.
Help is greatly appreciated!

Flames are earned by getting to certain milestones with rep. 25 is your first flame, 100 is your second etc. There is the little +rep button under each post. If the post was helpful or the person tried to help you, you give them rep. People dont use it enough IMO. I will try to find the link to the guide for it, but thats the basics!
Quote:
Originally Posted by Davayy View Post

450
Meh, lighting was a pain and i cba to take another one. That is the best cable management i can do, back barely goes on biggrin.gif.

VERY good cable management for a scout, looks real nice! thumb.gif
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post #24455 of 28613
700

Here is, is my scout, I'll post another tonight of the full thing, i just snapped one of the Cooler.

But I'm wondering about upgrading my cooling, its seems that the stock fans are 60cfm and 44cfm and i'm not sure about the top, but i can barely feel the air coming out from the top. So i am considering getting 3 new fans in the 150 cfm range and a fan controller so i can set them to quite mode for when i'm not gaming. Any suggestions, the site i will be using is NCIX.ca since if i order before 5pm today i will get it tomorrow, since they are only a ferry ride away from me.

I know the rear, and front need to be sleeve and the top needs to be bearing, Also i need the 8pin cpu extender, but they are out of stock so my cable will still be running over my motherboard mad.gif


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PS: Has anyone modded the V8 cooler to work with the power switch? I assume it won't be hard but I'm not sure since it plugs into the motherboard
 
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post #24456 of 28613
Are you sure you can't pull that cpu 8pin through the back, i have done and still have quite a lot of slack left in it.
post #24457 of 28613
Yeah i tried running it though the back but the cable seems to be just a inch short for it to go around the back, I don't see a problem where its running but looks ugly so when i can I'm getting a extender to run it behind and up over.
 
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post #24458 of 28613
Fair enough, probably just a difference in PSU cable lengths.
post #24459 of 28613
I have mine ran thru the back also... The Cooler Master GX750 had super long cables...
I would get a cheap extension like the NZXT 8pin or 4pin for about $6-8 bucks on amazon and hide that cable.
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post #24460 of 28613
I kinda enjoy trying to get the cable management looking fairly nice on this case, like its so hard to make it clean, it's a nice challenge as strange as it sounds. Yeah you can get an 800D or 600T with a million and one grommited holes, but why would you want it that easy? You get a satisfaction when that back panel goes on. Anyone else?
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