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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
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post #711 of 28613
well, if this is what you're talking about, its 133mm wide, which means it can only be mounted horizontally (fan blowing out the top). I've got a TRUE, and its too tall when mounted to the fan blows out the back, the top fan gets in the way. I think the cooler needs to be under 120mm wide to be mounted vertically.
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post #713 of 28613
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well, if this is what you're talking about, its 133mm wide, which means it can only be mounted horizontally (fan blowing out the top). I've got a TRUE, and its too tall when mounted to the fan blows out the back, the top fan gets in the way. I think the cooler needs to be under 120mm wide to be mounted vertically.
I see, do you think it would be better to get the dark knight?
post #714 of 28613
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I see, do you think it would be better to get the dark knight?
Order of precedence AFAIK.

Megahalems > IFX = TRUE > Mugen 2 > Dark Knight > S1283
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post #715 of 28613
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I see, do you think it would be better to get the dark knight?

i was wondering this same thing. since i put that extra 120mm fan below the DVD drive, I've got a lot of airflow at the top of the case going front to back. I was wondering if my horizontally mounted TRUE would give me better temps than if I were to get a DK and mount it vertically and take advantage of the airflow I set up for myself. Don't have the money to test that theory, unfortunately...
post #716 of 28613
Hey guys, awesome thread. Just found it today.

I'm currently building a new system using a Scout as well. Love the case. Took me along time to decide on one - and I'm not regretting the decision.

Still waiting on some cash to finish buying the parts.. so it's a slow assembly process. But it'll allow me the time to do things right.

Here's a few pics of things just getting started. Added a couple cold cathode tubes to the mix.. and will turn them on/off with the led button on the case.

System will be
Coolermaster Scout case - Got
AMD Phenom II X4 940 - Got
Gigabyte MA790X-UD4P - Got
Radeon HD 4980 - 1GB - Got
Western Digital Black 1TB Drive - Got
Western Digital Black 640GB Drive - Still Need
8GB - G.Skill DDR2-1066 - Got 4gb
Corsair Dominator Ram Cooler - Got
Corsair TX650W PSU - Still Need
Coolermaster V8 CPU Heatsink - Still Need



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post #717 of 28613
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Hey guys, awesome thread. Just found it today.

I'm currently building a new system using a Scout as well. Love the case. Took me along time to decide on one - and I'm not regretting the decision.

Still waiting on some cash to finish buying the parts.. so it's a slow assembly process. But it'll allow me the time to do things right.

Here's a few pics of things just getting started. Added a couple cold cathode tubes to the mix.. and will turn them on/off with the led button on the case.

System will be
Coolermaster Scout case - Got
AMD Phenom II X4 940 - Got
Gigabyte MA790X-UD4P - Got
Radeon HD 4980 - 1GB - Got
Western Digital Black 1TB Drive - Got
Western Digital Black 640GB Drive - Still Need
8GB - G.Skill DDR2-1066 - Got 4gb
Corsair Dominator Ram Cooler - Got
Corsair TX650W PSU - Still Need
Coolermaster V8 CPU Heatsink - Still Need
Looks great! and welcome to the site. you can introduce yourself over here if you want. Also, good job on going ahead and filling out your specs. Enjoy your stay, and keep us updated on the build!
post #718 of 28613
Hey guys - great thread...all 70+ pages have been fun to read! I just built a new comp with this case (posting pics once I START cable management!)

I recently bought the mugen 2 and was going to install it tonight, it came with a 40mm case fan as a bonus, anyone have any ideas on where to throw this?

I'll be installing another fan on the side door (ordered two, hoping the mugen would allow me to get both in, but found out in this thread it doesnt, so if anyone has an idea on where to put another 120mm fan that'd be great!).

Thanks a ton!
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post #719 of 28613
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Hey guys - great thread...all 70+ pages have been fun to read! I just built a new comp with this case (posting pics once I START cable management!)

I recently bought the mugen 2 and was going to install it tonight, it came with a 40mm case fan as a bonus, anyone have any ideas on where to throw this?

I'll be installing another fan on the side door (ordered two, hoping the mugen would allow me to get both in, but found out in this thread it doesnt, so if anyone has an idea on where to put another 120mm fan that'd be great!).

Thanks a ton!
as for the 120mm fan, check out my build log in my sig to see where i put it, right underneath the DVD-ROM. should fit rather nicely there, and give you some extra airflow in the top half of the case
post #720 of 28613
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Originally Posted by wrekt View Post
Hey guys - great thread...all 70+ pages have been fun to read! I just built a new comp with this case (posting pics once I START cable management!)

I recently bought the mugen 2 and was going to install it tonight, it came with a 40mm case fan as a bonus, anyone have any ideas on where to throw this?

I'll be installing another fan on the side door (ordered two, hoping the mugen would allow me to get both in, but found out in this thread it doesnt, so if anyone has an idea on where to put another 120mm fan that'd be great!).

Thanks a ton!
Mine came with a 40mm fan as well. I gave mine away but if I kept it(I should have), I would've put it on my north bridge heatsink. The fan is silent so it's all good .
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