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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (927)
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    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
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post #4051 of 28613
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Originally Posted by K10 View Post
Here's what I did with my cable management loooong time ago.

There are a few things I skipped but I think you get the point. I wish I still had it so I could make a video.

I received my Storm Scout today and I have to admit this case exceeded my expectations. Coolermaster calls it a scout but I'd say it's a tank. The UPS man was kind enough to deliver a box that must have been dropped down the stairs...a few hundred times, but the scout took it like a champ and arrived in perfect condition.

I wish I saw this picture earlier today because I struggled with the 8 pin CPU cable. I never even thought about routing it before installing the motherboard. This weekend will be cable management, round 2.

My only gripe with the case is the jet engine I ended up with for a side fan. Even when it's set for only 750RPMs my S-Flex sounds like it's blasting off. Still, I really can't complain because I knew the window made a lot of noise before I bought it.

Have a safe and happy new year everyone. Don't drink too much.
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Originally Posted by ItsEggrollTime View Post
I received my Storm Scout today and I have to admit this case exceeded my expectations. Coolermaster calls it a scout but I'd say it's a tank. The UPS man was kind enough to deliver a box that must have been dropped down the stairs...a few hundred times, but the scout took it like a champ and arrived in perfect condition.

I wish I saw this picture earlier today because I struggled with the 8 pin CPU cable. I never even thought about routing it before installing the motherboard. This weekend will be cable management, round 2.

My only gripe with the case is the jet engine I ended up with for a side fan. Even when it's set for only 750RPMs my S-Flex sounds like it's blasting off. Still, I really can't complain because I knew the window made a lot of noise before I bought it.

Have a safe and happy new year everyone. Don't drink too much.
I had to route my 8pin power underneath the mobo as it was'nt long enough tobe routed, obviously this has dangers as sharp solder may pierce your cable and short/blow something, i checked the route under the mobo first though and found a safe route, what i really needed todo was get a 8pin extension but i didnt have 1 at the time, i did however get a 24pin extension, 1 day ill get the 8 pin.

The side fans will blow alot of dust into the case , if you can grab some air filters, i used a ladys tight/stocking.

You have a safe and happy new year too dude, same to every1 everywhere.
    
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post #4053 of 28613
What was I going to type? Oh, for those who need to get extension cables and whatnot I wanted to let you all know I tried Silicon Valley Computers ( http://www.svc.com ). They have a ton of stuff and they ship via USPS Priority Mail at reasonable cost (unlike Newegg for this kind of stuff). True to their claim they shipped the same day I ordered. Hope to have the goods here on Saturday so I can take care of Cable Management Rev. B.

They also have a good selection of coolers and other items. Not associated with the place at all. Just happy to have found a place that took PayPal and didn't charge an arm and a leg for shipping.
     
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I've got a new camera so i guessed i could take some decent photos and put up here.



In this pic you can see my 3 Xigmatek fans


The gpu, currently running at 900/1000 until I flash the bios


Cpu block in it's... dusty... glory...


The acctualy pretty good looking NB cooler


Cablemanagement, preventing me from succesfully closing the sidepanel -_-
i now understand why you need arms legs heads etc too close it


Lights and Flash off, and we get a nice, pain in the *** green lamp ._.


Quote:
Originally Posted by photonmoo View Post
My poor scout is taking a bit of a attack...the heat is insane here (around 38c atm), the gpu is at a ridiculous 70c
Mines taking a beating aswell, i think my room was down too like 8-10c it was soo cold..., the gpu is at rediculous 21c
Edited by MlbrottarN - 12/31/09 at 8:24am
post #4055 of 28613
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Originally Posted by coreyL View Post
just got mine built took so many hours to figure out why it wouldnt boot, but i got it done

felt like a retard for the longest time

pls dont make fun of my not so great cable management >.<
Really nice cable management. I wish I could do my computer as good as yours.
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Originally Posted by MlbrottarN View Post
I've got a new camera so i guessed i could take some decent photos and put up here.



In this pic you can see my 3 Xigmatek fans


The gpu, currently running at 900/1000 until I flash the bios


Cpu block in it's... dusty... glory...


The acctualy pretty good looking NB cooler


Cablemanagement, preventing me from succesfully closing the sidepanel -_-
i now understand why you need arms legs heads etc too close it


Lights and Flash off, and we get a nice, pain in the *** green lamp ._.




Mines taking a beating aswell, i think my room was down too like 8-10c it was soo cold..., the gpu is at rediculous 21c

Wowsers lol ( you know who you are )

Thats looking fantastic, what size fans are at the front and is there 3 of them?
Heres whats under my hood, there 140mm and i had to rip the dvdcage out to fit them in by a whisker zip tied together

    
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Wowsers lol ( you know who you are )

Thats looking fantastic, what size fans are at the front and is there 3 of them?
Heres whats under my hood, there 140mm and i had to rip the dvdcage out to fit them in by a whisker zip tied together
That is 3 120mm Grey Xigmatek fans for my Radiator
post #4058 of 28613
How can I remove my from 140 MM fan so I can clean it out
the area is tight

What Is a good 140MM fan for the top exhaust
preferable Red Led
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How can I remove my from 140 MM fan so I can clean it out
the area is tight

What Is a good 140MM fan for the top exhaust
preferable Red Led
Just un-screw it and pull it out, it is like 3cm the fan is only 2.5 so there is some room
Fans i have no idea, the Xigmatek is good but doesn't come in red
post #4060 of 28613
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I had to route my 8pin power underneath the mobo as it was'nt long enough tobe routed, obviously this has dangers as sharp solder may pierce your cable and short/blow something, i checked the route under the mobo first though and found a safe route, what i really needed todo was get a 8pin extension but i didnt have 1 at the time, i did however get a 24pin extension, 1 day ill get the 8 pin.

The side fans will blow alot of dust into the case , if you can grab some air filters, i used a ladys tight/stocking.

You have a safe and happy new year too dude, same to every1 everywhere.
That is extremely arousing
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