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post #8121 of 28613
Sorry that case is bigger than the Storm scout by several inches for Video cards.






Edited by Enigma8750 - 4/8/10 at 5:03pm
    
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post #8122 of 28613
Look at my post on the other page. I found someone with a 5870 and 2.75 " to spare.
Thanks all for the info regarding those cards in a Cm Sniper!
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post #8123 of 28613
Sorry I missed the part where it said sniper. It should fit in there. The cm 690 has 12.75 inches of clearence for video cards
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Thanks again guys for the info.
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Originally Posted by BriSleep View Post
Yes, I'm configuring from the browser with that address but I have to use Firefox, IE just won't connect.

Nope, it doesn't have that info on that page. I have to admit that I, like everyone who bought this black flying saucer had problems right from the start. I had to call Linksys a few times and had them do remote desktop connection, they set it up thier way then I started folding and every time the VM's would ask for new work they re-booted and ended up with a new address and I couldn't find them. So a guy who's been in computers longer than Enigma and I showed me how to configure it so that 1) my VM's would always be at the same place and 2) no one could use or see the network. If I don't tell Mindy's Scout where it is, while the router config page is open, she can't see the network.

Linksys, of course, said I should upgrade the firmware right away but after I saw all the complaints from people who bricked thiers by updating, I didn't do it. Of course people don't go there to complain if everything is working right. So, on that page that you show I don't have options for modes, that's in firmware rev. 3.0. There's only one spot that says SSID and it's only for status and it does say Enabled but it's not, oh, for them to originally configure it I had to hard wire Mindy's laptop to the router and let them fix it from there. My computer couldn't access the router at all.

I originally bought a card for Mindy's Scout and it couldn't find the network even if I put the antenna on top of the router. I looked at the Linksys site again and it seems the only thing that works is a USB dongle, so I got one. I have no idea why her laptop connects easily except that it has 2 cards built in, one intel, one buffalo. I did re-calculate the ms into 1200 seconds and entered it in and now it reads seconds instead of ms but I haven't checked to see if the other devices are talking yet.
What you should do Bri is to junk that newer router and get a WRT54 series Linsys and flash it to DD-WRT which makes it completely configurable the way you want it. Google DD-WRT
    
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post #8126 of 28613
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Hmm. Does anyone know if the 5970 and 5870 will fit in CM Storm Sniper case?
These two cases are very similar and I am curious now.
Said it before and it's worth saying again. The Storm Sniper case is just a Haf 922 with a different wrapper.
This is the Haf club, check out the 922's listed and you'll see what I mean & also just how much you can put in there:
http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...-club-191.html
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post #8127 of 28613
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also the fans when running stop any smoke(at least 2 types ) going anywhere near my scout.
lols :d
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Originally Posted by BriSleep View Post
Said it before and it's worth saying again. The Storm Sniper case is just a Haf 922 with a different wrapper.
This is the Haf club, check out the 922's listed and you'll see what I mean & also just how much you can put in there:
http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...-club-191.html
It is a bit different but seems like the same amount of room.
The main difference I see, which I don't like on the HAF 922, is
the cable space in between the mobo attachment and the 5.25" drive bays/hdd bays, is restricted to holes on the HAF.
On the sniper there is nothing restricting the cables going to and from the mobo to the drive bays.
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post #8129 of 28613
The Noiseblockers and Scythe Kama Bay arrived.

I replaced all the fans in the Scout. The lower 140mm in the front and up top with PK-2s, the upper front 120mm with a PL-2 held by the Kama Bay and a M12-P fan for the H50 rad.





Initial observations is that these things are surprisingly a pain in the ass to install for being just fans especially the lower front 140mm. Keeping the rubber vibration absorber in place and getting the washers to catch onto the screws was all sorts of sketchy. Getting the upper 140mm would have been a cakewalk if I removed the mobo but didn't want to go through the trouble.

Once everything was in place, I powered everything up for some quiet goodness ... and really not much change from my old setup lols.

For ish and giggles I fired up IBT and was pleasantly surprised. Under max my i7 920 at 3.6 room temps maybe in the low upper 60sF and temps weren't even getting past 60C ... I normally brush up against 70C



I might hack away at the slim Scythe fan that came with the Kama bay and use that as a shroud and see if temps improve even more.

Question to those with the Kama Bay though - how did you secure that guy in place? Mine basically just sits there not secured at all. A folded metal meant to hold up a 5.25 drive is blocking it from going all the way in.
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lols :d


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The Noiseblockers and Scythe Kama Bay arrived.

I replaced all the fans in the Scout. The lower 140mm in the front and up top with PK-2s, the upper front 120mm with a PL-2 held by the Kama Bay and a M12-P fan for the H50 rad.





Initial observations is that these things are surprisingly a pain in the ass to install for being just fans especially the lower front 140mm. Keeping the rubber vibration absorber in place and getting the washers to catch onto the screws was all sorts of sketchy. Getting the upper 140mm would have been a cakewalk if I removed the mobo but didn't want to go through the trouble.

Once everything was in place, I powered everything up for some quiet goodness ... and really not much change from my old setup lols.

For ish and giggles I fired up IBT and was pleasantly surprised. Under max my i7 920 at 3.6 room temps maybe in the low upper 60sF and temps weren't even getting past 60C ... I normally brush up against 70C



I might hack away at the slim Scythe fan that came with the Kama bay and use that as a shroud and see if temps improve even more.

Question to those with the Kama Bay though - how did you secure that guy in place? Mine basically just sits there not secured at all. A folded metal meant to hold up a 5.25 drive is blocking it from going all the way in.

Nice fans, I am still in awe when I see your cable braiding
    
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