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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)
    SUX
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post #27111 of 28613


working on it the sleeving should be coming tomorrow and i should hopefully be able to get the matte plexi by next week then afterthat the only things ill need is a better gpu and ssd
Edited by shadow water - 12/30/12 at 8:51am
post #27112 of 28613
woohoo, i got a stable 4GHz on my system this morning:





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6 hours of sleeving but i think it looks good what about you guys?
sorry for the bad pics after im done sleeving the rest of the cables ill take some time and take some nice pics
Edited by shadow water - 12/30/12 at 8:50am
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Looks nice dude!
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Hey guys tongue.gif sorry for the long leave of absence! I've had a pretty hectic life since my last post, but i'm back, and whats more i have a Scout II coming a week this thursday biggrin.gif my original scout is in bad need of some work and i'll be able to do that with my hardware inside another case smile.gif

That actually brings me to a question, would anyone be willing to make me a new window for the original scout? mine is scratched to hell and has a crack in it, i hate myself for letting that happen to it, but y'know, crap happens xD ofcourse i'd be willing to pay aslong as the price is fair, thanks for reading, that is all for now smile.gif
post #27116 of 28613
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Originally Posted by AliasOfMyself View Post

Hey guys tongue.gif sorry for the long leave of absence! I've had a pretty hectic life since my last post, but i'm back, and whats more i have a Scout II coming a week this thursday biggrin.gif my original scout is in bad need of some work and i'll be able to do that with my hardware inside another case smile.gif
That actually brings me to a question, would anyone be willing to make me a new window for the original scout? mine is scratched to hell and has a crack in it, i hate myself for letting that happen to it, but y'know, crap happens xD ofcourse i'd be willing to pay aslong as the price is fair, thanks for reading, that is all for now smile.gif

let me look around, i may still have a solid window from my scout, if so you can have it on the cheap-cheap.
    
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post #27117 of 28613
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let me look around, i may still have a solid window from my scout, if so you can have it on the cheap-cheap.

Thankings you Kanada smile.gif i still want to use my original scout for something, i have a few ideas biggrin.gif
post #27118 of 28613
I have a Scout1 and am looking at building my new system in the Scout 2. My wife got me a 7970 for Christmas and it's definitely too big to fit the Scout1. The GPU is 11.6" long. I see the Scout2 will accomodate 11.3" long without removing the drive cage. Has anyone modified their Scout2 drive cage to fit a 7970 by chance? I'm wondering if that 0.3" clearance is achievable by somehow modding the cage. Thanks!
post #27119 of 28613
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Originally Posted by footballcoach View Post

I have a Scout1 and am looking at building my new system in the Scout 2. My wife got me a 7970 for Christmas and it's definitely too big to fit the Scout1. The GPU is 11.6" long. I see the Scout2 will accomodate 11.3" long without removing the drive cage. Has anyone modified their Scout2 drive cage to fit a 7970 by chance? I'm wondering if that 0.3" clearance is achievable by somehow modding the cage. Thanks!

Just to clear something up for you tongue.gif

"Support for current high-end hardware is greatly increased by a removable HDD cage that supports VGAs like the NVIDIA GTX 690 and AMD HD 7990, making the Scout 2 better prepared for all conditions."

That is a quote from the description for the Scout II, so in other words you don't need to mod anything, just take the top section of the cage out smile.gif
Edited by AliasOfMyself - 12/31/12 at 7:20am
post #27120 of 28613
Sorry for not being more clear. I was going to edit, but you were too quick. smile.gif If I wanted to keep that cage and maybe use the slots above and below it I was just curious if anyone had tried possibly cutting a "window" in the drive cage to accomodate the tip of the GPU thereby possibly preserving one or more of the bays. I suppose it would depend on the size of the mobo as to where it met the cage.
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