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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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    Good
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    Meh
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Originally Posted by Hursty View Post

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.
-edit
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

Thats what I do, then just turn em down when you dont need the power thumb.gif. Cant help you with the modded v8 cooler though. If you figure it out let us know though!
Quote:
Originally Posted by Davayy View Post

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?


This is exactly why I have kept my scout! Way too big of cases, way to easy to build in, ANYONE can use those grommetted holes, and EVERYONE has done it. I dont even look at 800D or TJ07 builds anymore, everything has been done before.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk 
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/

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

I want it to look like this...
700

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.

I bet that would work and look sick too. Now get modding and post up some pics thumb.gif
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yeah i check this thread several times a day also smile.gif i sorta have to since my thread subscription notification doesn't actually work anymore, it broke a few weeks back and no amount of redoing it has made it work again biggrin.gif

Could be worse, my read last post didn't work before the update, drove me nuts, and this was when we were posting 20-30 posts daily. Have you posted about it in the Platform Launch Help and Discussion section? You are not the only one having the problem.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1210205/another-subcribiton-emails-stoped
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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!

Better lighting so we can see it wink.gif

450

Once again I apologize for the bad-ass quality foto's my camera makes.

Better lighting so we can see it wink.gif
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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.

Looks good to me. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Hursty View Post

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


-edit
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

I really like the V8 in this case, it fits so nice, it was the first cooler I had in my Scout. I never modded mine as you can barely see the leds in it. I will say if you want better cooling with it stick a CM Blade Master in it, that thing moves a ton of air, but you will loose your leds, but you could mod some on it.

Blade Master
http://ncix.com/products/?sku=57868&vpn=R4-BMBS-20PK-R0&manufacture=COOLERMASTER

As for case fans from their selection I would go with the CM R-4 in the back 120mm
http://ncix.com/products/?sku=54352&vpn=R4-L2R-20CR%2FAR&manufacture=COOLERMASTER

Their selection of 140mm is slim pickings for red led's but I would go this route. I would also cut the honey comb grill out of the top of the case, it will almost double the air movement because of the plastic grill and the honey comb is just too must for fans to handle. I wouldn't worry too much about being ball bearings.
http://ncix.com/products/?sku=66096&vpn=BFF-LPRO-14025R-RP&manufacture=BitFenix

How to remove the top panel.
http://www.overclock.net/t/525009/official-the-coolermaster-storm-scout-club/16400#post_11788521

Quote:
Originally Posted by Davayy View Post

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?

It's a little bit of a pain the first time, but after some trial and error you'll get it.
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Originally Posted by Shadow_Foxx View Post

Thats what I do, then just turn em down when you dont need the power thumb.gif. Cant help you with the modded v8 cooler though. If you figure it out let us know though!
This is exactly why I have kept my scout! Way too big of cases, way to easy to build in, ANYONE can use those grommetted holes, and EVERYONE has done it. I dont even look at 800D or TJ07 builds anymore, everything has been done before.

My friend has the 800D and its alot bigger and hard to carry, when i go over to his house to game he complains about having to move it from his bed room to the table, after i've carried mine down 4 flights of stairs into my car and then up to his place tongue.gif.


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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

Their selection of 140mm is slim pickings for red led's but I would go this route. I would also cut the honey comb grill out of the top of the case, it will almost double the air movement because of the plastic grill and the honey comb is just too must for fans to handle. I wouldn't worry too much about being ball bearings.

This weekend i might try taking the dremel to it see if it helps, if it does i'll most likely not have to get another fan that can push more air.


But i had a though if i change the top to a intake, would that not help my CPU cool since it would directly be blowing on the CPU, and then its fan along with the back fan can be exhaust? Anyone tried this?
 
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Thats what I do, then just turn em down when you dont need the power thumb.gif. Cant help you with the modded v8 cooler though. If you figure it out let us know though!
This is exactly why I have kept my scout! Way too big of cases, way to easy to build in, ANYONE can use those grommetted holes, and EVERYONE has done it. I dont even look at 800D or TJ07 builds anymore, everything has been done before.

My friend has the 800D and its alot bigger and hard to carry, when i go over to his house to game he complains about having to move it from his bed room to the table, after i've carried mine down 4 flights of stairs into my car and then up to his place tongue.gif.


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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

Their selection of 140mm is slim pickings for red led's but I would go this route. I would also cut the honey comb grill out of the top of the case, it will almost double the air movement because of the plastic grill and the honey comb is just too must for fans to handle. I wouldn't worry too much about being ball bearings.

This weekend i might try taking the dremel to it see if it helps, if it does i'll most likely not have to get another fan that can push more air.


But i had a though if i change the top to a intake, would that not help my CPU cool since it would directly be blowing on the CPU, and then its fan along with the back fan can be exhaust? Anyone tried this?

Well with the stock fan it might not help too much as that thing doesn't move much air outside the case rolleyes.gif As for flipping it to an intake, give it a try, I did it in my Sniper and it worked like a champ. I CPU temps droped about 5°C and if I remember right my GPU's ran cooler too. Don't listen to the people that but heat rises, the weakest fan ever made came over come that.
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i should take a picture of the back of my case... I tried to get it as clean and possible...
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My friend has the 800D and its alot bigger and hard to carry, when i go over to his house to game he complains about having to move it from his bed room to the table, after i've carried mine down 4 flights of stairs into my car and then up to his place tongue.gif.

I know right! The new Cosmos II weighs like 45 pounds EMPTY. Who's idea was that? lol. Unfortunately I can relate, my scout weighs almost 70 pounds... 3 copper waterblocks, a radiator and a decent amount of water apparently add quite a bit... tongue.gif
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i should take a picture of the back of my case... I tried to get it as clean and possible...
I would be interested to see it thumb.gif
Edited by Shadow_Foxx - 2/14/12 at 9:07pm
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i should take a picture of the back of my case... I tried to get it as clean and possible...
I know it can't be any worse then mine was.
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I know right! The new Cosmos II weighs like 45 pounds EMPTY. Who's idea was that? lol. Unfortunately I can relate, my scout weighs almost 70 pounds... 3 copper waterblocks, a radiator and a decent amount of water apparently add quite a bit... tongue.gif

Mine was the same way, I was just waiting for the bottom to fall out on it. Then when you cut the HDD cage out it tends to flex a little with that much weight in it. rolleyes.gif

BTW my Scout will be reborn as my HTPC/server soon.
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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!

This is what separates the true case modder & the non-case modder.

I like it when you do something that makes it unique. Something that others just can get. They have to do the hard work to have it.

The amount of hard work that I spent modding the case is more than enough to buy the most expensive case I can get out there.
Edited by Cheaptrick - 2/14/12 at 10:34pm
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My friend has the 800D and its alot bigger and hard to carry, when i go over to his house to game he complains about having to move it from his bed room to the table, after i've carried mine down 4 flights of stairs into my car and then up to his place tongue.gif.

This is what I really like about this Scout case. It's not so big nor small but just the right size. There's also this cool handle that you can hold to take it to different places without having to sweat it out. Can you imagine how hard it is to carry a Danger Den Double Wide acrylic case from places to places using your bare hands? The Scout is a case that you can travel with & still looks cool. With enough money to spend you can build a case this small that can stand against the big leagues.

You can take this case almost anywhere without getting worried of it getting damage as much as when you take a case like CM Cosmos II or Danger Den Double Wide acrylic. If this (2) other cases get's scratched it likes a big deal to fix it. If the Scout gets scratched, you just need to spray paint it then it will look like it never got damage.
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Hello! There's some darn nice scouts kicking about in this thread!
I've only just got mine to a "okay-ish" state, still got heaps more to do with her...
Anywho, Here she is smile.gif

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AMD Phenom II X6 1100T ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 (AM3) Palit Geforce GTX 670 Jetstream Corsair Vengeance 16GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Corsair Force 3 Western Digital Caviar Green Corsair Force 3 Corsair H80 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Corsair AF120 x2 | Corsair SP120 x2 | Xigmatek ... MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1 LG E2260V 22" x3 [Nvidia Surround] Razer Arctosa Silver Edition 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corsair AX1200W Modular Power Supply  Corsair 600T Whtie Cyborg R.A.T 5 Cyborg Glide 7 
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Plantronics Gamcom 377 
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AMD Phenom II X4 965 Asus M5A78L-M/USB3 Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 6870 Kingston HyperX [4x2GB] [Black+Blue] 
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Western Digital Caviar Blue Coolit ECO CLC Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 Corsair HX 750 
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CM Storm Scout Ralink 150mbps Wireless card 
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AMD Phenom X4 9650 FOXCONN A7VMX-K ATI Radeon HD 4350 Don't know 
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