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post #671 of 28613
IF you pull that top blow hole fan out that should give you the extra that you are going to need.
    
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Want to Join US?


Enter your name and I will sign you up as a Scout 1st Class.
    
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post #673 of 28613
I have found the specifications of the fans that come with the CM Scout!





"Front: 140mm Red LED Fan x 1; 60 CFM; 30,000 hrs life expectancy (included)"

"Rear: 120mm Red LED Fan x 1; 44 CFM; 35,000 hrs life expectancy (included)"




I was reading some random segments of this, and someone was wondering this as i was too. And last i seen it hadn't been answered so here it is.


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post #674 of 28613
oh wow i definitely read that information wrong..wow..im a idiot lol..thanx anyway
post #675 of 28613
Hello everyone =D
I was wondering if anybody had a picture of the connector.

I was sleeving it and well I'm not sure if the plastic molex housing is upside down =(. Does it matter? Sorry I'm a noob =D
Thanks

And I would like to join the club too =D,
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LL
Edited by Viktor27 - 8/28/09 at 1:39pm
post #676 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Viktor27 View Post
Hello everyone =D
I was wondering if anybody had a picture of the connector.

I was sleeving it and well I'm not sure if the plastic molex housing is upside down =(. Does it matter? Sorry I'm a noob =D
Thanks

And I would like to join the club too =D,
Viktor27
Not sure if this will help, but...



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post #677 of 28613
edit:nvm thanks ROM =D
Edited by Viktor27 - 8/28/09 at 1:38pm
post #678 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Viktor27 View Post
Hello everyone =D
I was wondering if anybody had a picture of the connector.

I was sleeving it and well I'm not sure if the plastic molex housing is upside down =(. Does it matter? Sorry I'm a noob =D
Thanks

And I would like to join the club too =D,
Viktor27
If you have removed the molex pins from the housing then yes it matter where you put them. That particualar wire is for the fan I believe and needs the yellow wire if Im not mistaken. Yellow and black in the correct two holes.
Edited by Enigma8750 - 8/27/09 at 8:59pm
    
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post #679 of 28613
For all you people out there looking for an inexpensive way to mod your cm scout case, this I believe is the best way to get some extra intake for your case to cool down your power hungry processor. Since I had an extra fan just lying around I decided I would put it to good use. Basically what i've done is taken one of the metal covers for the drive bays, cut out the extra metal that is blocking the airflow, and attached a fan to it. This cooled down my processor and my ram by about 2-3 degrees celcius each! Which will help overclockers a great deal. If your not afraid to spend about a half an hour cutting out the metal and getting a cramp in your wrist, then I would say give this a try! And just to warn people it does take up 3 5.25" drives, but if your like me and don't need these extra drives, why not add some more cooling to your rig? I have attached a pic of what the finished product looks like. Happy modding!!!

Edited by Behemoth777 - 8/27/09 at 10:40pm
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For all you people out there looking for an inexpensive way to mod your cm scout case, this I believe is the best way to get some extra intake for your case to cool down your power hungry processor. Since I had an extra fan just lying around I decided I would put it to good use. Basically what i've done is taken one of the metal covers for the drive bays, cut out the extra metal that is blocking the airflow, and attached a fan to it. This cooled down my processor and my ram by about 2-3 degrees celcius each! Which will help overclockers a great deal. If your not afraid to spend about a half an hour cutting out the metal and getting a cramp in your wrist, then I would say give this a try! And just to warn people it does take up 3 5.25" drives, but if your like me and don't need these extra drives, why not add some more cooling to your rig? I have attached a pic of what the finished product looks like. Happy modding!!!
Looks good but you need to put the front panel on to show off the finished look.
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