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post #27511 of 28622 (permalink) Old 04-14-2013, 07:04 PM
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What did you use to measure it out to fit all the way to the cage and not touch the motherboard?
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So i went to put my h100i in the front 2 120mm spots only to realize that the cage for the hdd's isnt screwed in so i will need to drill it out. So im planning to when i get time to remove the upper cage completely and put the h100i in that location then installing two fans in the top, im also contemplating painting the black mesh on the front bezel and top pop out piece a blue color to match the heat sinks on my motherboard. Im also planning to make a piece to cover the psu and cables coming out of it. I would also like to get some feet for the case similiar to the ones on the storm sniper if anyone know where i can get some.
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So i went to put my h100i in the front 2 120mm spots only to realize that the cage for the hdd's isnt screwed in so i will need to drill it out. So im planning to when i get time to remove the upper cage completely and put the h100i in that location then installing two fans in the top, im also contemplating painting the black mesh on the front bezel and top pop out piece a blue color to match the heat sinks on my motherboard. Im also planning to make a piece to cover the psu and cables coming out of it. I would also like to get some feet for the case similiar to the ones on the storm sniper if anyone know where i can get some.
here, i hope this gives some help maybe. this guy has the older H100 (non-i) and mounted his radiator in the front as well. but quite similar to your plan.

edit: post pics when you get started! i definitely want to get an H100i eventually, but I haven't seen many Scout2's with it. I only see normal fan heatsinks or single 120mm WC radiators going out the rear.

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So the the gunmetal grey SSII is not available anymore?

Oh, and lol.

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here, i hope this gives some help maybe. this guy has the older H100 (non-i) and mounted his radiator in the front as well. but quite similar to your plan.

edit: post pics when you get started! i definitely want to get an H100i eventually, but I haven't seen many Scout2's with it. I only see normal fan heatsinks or single 120mm WC radiators going out the rear.

i may start this project when my wife gets home (im off today with the kids) and its raining anyways so may be good opportunity to tear it down.
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Does anyone know where I can find one of these power supply box extension thingys?
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So I found this thread, have a couple of ideas you can get there!

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So I'm thinking about getting a storm scout, but my current mobo is EATX, so normally one would immediantly assume that it wouldnt fit. However, the dimensions are 12" x 10.35" While Standard Atx in 12" x 9.6". Is it possible it could fit? could it make the squeeze? Any help would be appreciated tongue.gif

EDIT: Just to add, EATX is normally 12" x 13", so mine is definitely small for a eatx

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I'm sure if you are handy with a dremel, anything is possible. But stock? I doubt it, ATX barely fits. I remember seeing someone throw an SR2 in a Scout a few years ago.


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