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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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    Bad
  • 5% (108)
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lol i try to keep myself busy! i finished Bioshock Infinite lastnight, i'm sad that it's over, but the ending blew my mind.. i watched the part that comes after the ending credits too, there's always something after ending credits in any game worth its salt

I tried to pause the game in the credits to check an IM and it exited. frown.gif
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I tried to pause the game in the credits to check an IM and it exited. frown.gif

You missed about 10 seconds, if that! i did record it though.. just not gotten around to putting it on youtube thumb.gif
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Hello everyone, great thread, lots of good info.

One question: is it possible to install two separate 120mm radiators on the CM Storm Scout without modding, like one on top and one on back?

Cheers!
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Hello everyone, great thread, lots of good info.

One question: is it possible to install two separate 120mm radiators on the CM Storm Scout without modding, like one on top and one on back?

Cheers!

whhhyyyyyyyy?? biggrin.gif

i would highly doubt it, there wouldn't be enough room, that's my opinion at least smile.gif
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post #27455 of 28613
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Hello everyone, great thread, lots of good info.

One question: is it possible to install two separate 120mm radiators on the CM Storm Scout without modding, like one on top and one on back?

Cheers!

Not sure, but you can always install a rad in the front of the case wink.gif
post #27456 of 28613
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Originally Posted by SharpEye View Post

Not sure, but you can always install a rad in the front of the case wink.gif

You´re probably right, if I remove the drive bay...I just dont know if I have enough space for my 3 hard drives and 1 SSD...If I mount one rad on the back and one on the front, should I put the front one intake and the back one outake?
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You´re probably right, if I remove the drive bay...I just dont know if I have enough space for my 3 hard drives and 1 SSD...If I mount one rad on the back and one on the front, should I put the front one intake and the back one outake?

Maybe install the rad on the 5.25 inch bay, ther should be room for a single DVD (for example) and a rad

Btw this can be nice:
Front is intake
Back is out-take
post #27458 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Paps.pt View Post

You´re probably right, if I remove the drive bay...I just dont know if I have enough space for my 3 hard drives and 1 SSD...If I mount one rad on the back and one on the front, should I put the front one intake and the back one outake?

you can easily fit a 120mm Rad at the bottom if you have a normal length PSU, here's mine when i had just a fan there:

    
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post #27459 of 28613
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you can easily fit a 120mm Rad at the bottom if you have a normal length PSU, here's mine when i had just a fan there:


I'm sorry but is your case the CM storm Scout 1? Mine dosent have a hole in the bottom for a fan.
post #27460 of 28613
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I'm sorry but is your case the CM storm Scout 1? Mine dosent have a hole in the bottom for a fan.

Because you make one, modding all the way!
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