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post #731 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Behemoth777 View Post
Hows it going guys? I think I finally decided after countless hours of research what I want my i7 rig to be(when I get the money for it that is).

Here it is,
Foxconn Bloodrage x58 mobo
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813186163
Core i7 920
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115202
w/ Megahalems and Panaflo 114.7 cfm fan
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/prmeforinso7.html
Corsair ddr3 1600 xms series cas 7
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145242
Corsair 850hx 850w psu
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139011
2 x WD RE3 320gb drives
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136297
All these would be replacements in my rig(except the hard drives, those would be additional) but I would keep everything else the same.

And I wanted to check with you guys before I buy because I only have one question that hasn't been answered for me. I was wondering if I could keep my top 140mm fan in my case without having to take it out because I hear of a lot of clearance issues with the scout and big cpu heatsinks. If anyone could help me out on this it would be greatly appreciated and would earn them a rep.
CPU Cooler Specifications

With 2 Side Panel Fans Installed. 120x120x25
(146 mm.) CPU to Top Side Panel Fan Distance.

With Only the Bottom Side Fan installed
171 mm. CPU to Side Panel Distance NO Fan installed on the Top of the Side Panel

Heatsink Dimensions 120 x 120 x 158mm to 169mm is the optimum size range for this case.

Top of the case to the Bottom or Vertical dimensions of the case should not exceed 120mm. Side to side dimensions 140 mm.

Example of too big is the Cooler Master V10 (L) 236.5 x (W) 129.6 x (H) 161.3 mm
Its not the height or the width of this cooler but it is 10 mm too tall from top to bottom.


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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.
Adding a fan to the ram side of the cooler will be fine. blowing through the cooler and out the back and top. Warning that panaflo will be a little noisy and has been known to cause things to hover into the air.. LOL
Edited by Enigma8750 - 9/6/09 at 11:54am
    
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Originally Posted by Behemoth777 View Post
Hows it going guys? I think I finally decided after countless hours of research what I want my i7 rig to be(when I get the money for it that is).

Here it is,
Foxconn Bloodrage x58 mobo
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813186163
Core i7 920
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115202
w/ Megahalems and Panaflo 114.7 cfm fan
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/prmeforinso7.html
Corsair ddr3 1600 xms series cas 7
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145242
Corsair 850hx 850w psu
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139011
2 x WD RE3 320gb drives
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136297
All these would be replacements in my rig(except the hard drives, those would be additional) but I would keep everything else the same.

And I wanted to check with you guys before I buy because I only have one question that hasn't been answered for me. I was wondering if I could keep my top 140mm fan in my case without having to take it out because I hear of a lot of clearance issues with the scout and big cpu heatsinks. If anyone could help me out on this it would be greatly appreciated and would earn them a rep.
You should get another 640 gig instead and RAID 0 your two 640's. I'm pretty sure the WD 640 gigs perform better than the other caviar blacks. Either setup looks good though.

Also, I have a Mugen 2 and mine fits great. Not sure if you know but the Mugen 2 is a bit larger than the megahalems. Though...your fan is kinda big and with that tall RAMsinks you can never be too sure. Best bet would be waiting for another answer or maybe looking through this thread for megahalem pics. I'm sure there are a few.
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Enigma, The conventional style mother board would not allow me to do this but if you look at the bloodrage and a few other motherboards like it, they have heatsinks all around the processor with forces the socket to move closer to the middle of the board. Allowing for wider heatsinks to fit. At least I hope. I watched a youtube video earlier today and it was about this guy who did a scout build for some guy and it had the bloodrage mobo in it. The heatsink used was the dark night from xigmatek and there was a good amount of room between the top fan and the heatsink so I believe that it will fit.

K10, I actually hand picked all those parts to specifically fit with the megahalems with the fan and the bloodrage. Those memory sticks actually are low profile and will fit as easily as the g.skill memory will that I have seen many times. And I also did some research on those hard drives too. The RE3 320gb hard drive is basically a 640gb caviar black with only one platter instead of two which of course cuts the storage space and the cache in half. And the reason also why I am going with those drives instead of just buying two more 640gb drives to run in raid 0 is because I really don't need that much space and the RE3 drives are specifically made to run in raid arrays so I feel more comfortable buying them. I will use the two 320gb drives in a raid 0 array and the 640gb caviar black for storage.
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post #734 of 28613
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K10, I actually hand picked all those parts to specifically fit with the megahalems with the fan and the bloodrage. Those memory sticks actually are low profile and will fit as easily as the g.skill memory will that I have seen many times. And I also did some research on those hard drives too. The RE3 320gb hard drive is basically a 640gb caviar black with only one platter instead of two which of course cuts the storage space and the cache in half. And the reason also why I am going with those drives instead of just buying two more 640gb drives to run in raid 0 is because I really don't need that much space and the RE3 drives are specifically made to run in raid arrays so I feel more comfortable buying them. I will use the two 320gb drives in a raid 0 array and the 640gb caviar black for storage.
Mmmmkay, well you could just RAID 0 2 640s... But I guess you'll have to back stuff up then.
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Mmmmkay, well you could just RAID 0 2 640s... But I guess you'll have to back stuff up then.
Yeah, I was going to put all my games and os on the raid setup and use my 640gb to store music, pictures, etc. And like I said the 640gb raid setup would be cool, and less expensive, but I feel safer buying two raid edition drives to setup raid because I have heard that sometimes the non raid edition drives don't work too well. And this i7 build im planning on doing I plan to keep for at least 3-5 years or so. Depending on if it starts to feel slow and whether or not I can play the latest games
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Yeah, I was going to put all my games and os on the raid setup and use my 640gb to store music, pictures, etc. And like I said the 640gb raid setup would be cool, and less expensive, but I feel safer buying two raid edition drives to setup raid because I have heard that sometimes the non raid edition drives don't work too well. And this i7 build im planning on doing I plan to keep for at least 3-5 years or so. Depending on if it starts to feel slow and whether or not I can play the latest games
Ah, I was thinking the RE3's were Caviar Black model numbers or something. Didn't know they were made for RAID.
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As of tomorrow when the UPS guy arrives, I will be the proud new owner of a Storm Scout! Upgrading from a Thermaltake Damier v5000a that I've had for several years. I've been battling higher-than-normal temps due to a crappy a/c in this midwest environment, and my current case has old 80mm fans...most of which weren't filtered so the inside of the case is a bit dirty.

Here's what I ordered/will be ordering...if there is any fitment issues with any of this stuff in the Storm Scout, I will need to know immediately. I'm mainly concerned about the CPU cooler, but I think it will work.

1 x Cooler Master Storm Scout
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811119196

1 x AMD Phenom II 955 Black Edition
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103674

1 x Foxconn A7DA-S 790gx
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813186150

1 x Cooler Master Gemini II CPU Cooler(175mm x 124.6mm x 81.5mm, w/o fans I assume)
http://pcpowerzone.com/comarrgeiidu....hannelid=FROOG

7 x Cooler Master 120mm Red LED Fans(5 for case, 2 for CPU cooler)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103063

1 x Hiper Type R II 680w PSU
http://www.xoxide.com/hyper-type-rii-680w-black.html

2 x XFX Radeon HD-4870 1GB GDDR3 Video Cards
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150394

So far I have ordered the case, the fans, the CPU cooler, and some Zalman thermal compound. I will be ordering the rest hopefully within the next few weeks, and then put it all together.

There's two mods I have in mind that I want to do with this case. I want all incoming air to be filtered somehow, I'd like the inside of this case to stay clean...it's pretty dusty here and I smoke in the computer room. The second mod I want to do is a full or near-full wire tuck. Two other mods I may be interested in doing is lighting up the front of the case somehow, and maybe installing a 140mm fan below my single CD drive in the 5.25" bay. Open to other suggestions, so feel free to recommend a mod or two!
Edited by johnny.dot.exe - 9/7/09 at 1:49am
 
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As of tomorrow when the UPS guy arrives, I will be the proud new owner of a Storm Scout!
For me tomorrow's a holiday.

Also, everything SHOULD fit.
Edited by K10 - 9/7/09 at 2:01am
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here we go then pics inc. though they are taken with my Phones camera and has a crap resolution.

ÃŽnside


Outside. and that is the swedish version of Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring


Laos planing on buying 2 92mm nanoxia 2200rpm fans for the cooler(CM TX-3) and 2 1200rpm Schyte Slipstream for the side panel aswell as one 1600rpm schyte for the front drivebays
post #740 of 28613
Is it possible to take all the walk-through threads on mods for this case and link them in the first post? I looked over it quickly, but I don't recall anything about mods in the first post. Would be really cool to have those there as a quick-reference for those new to the Storm Scout, much more convenient than searching.

Also would be a good idea to make stickies out of the case clubs for the more popular cases, or all the case club threads if there's not too many that would clog up the first page of the case section.
 
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