Cooler Master Storm Scout

  • Cooler Master Storm Scout
88
Based on 29 scores, 65 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    19
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Great Cooling Power.
  • Sleek Military Grade Look.
  • LED Toggle Switch.

Cons:

  • Hard to Fit in Some Larger CPU Coolers.
  • A bit smaller than standard.

Expert reviews and ratings

By 3dGameMan on -

Video Review: The Cooler Master Scout Case is very similar to the Sniper and once again feature for feature one of the very best mid-tower cases on the market. With three fans (2x140mm & 1x120mm) it has excellent air circulation, tooless design, quality...

By BrightHub on 80

This is a highly portable case with a tight mid-tower form factor that still provides room for sufficient cooling opportunity. Its a well built gaming chassis that wont fall apart under the pressure of being moved a lot. If you equip your...

By TechwareLabs on -

So what do I think of the CM Storm Scout? The included feature list is certainly quite comprehensive for a budget case. The overall design clearly shows that they had gamers in mind. The integrated handle is an especially nice feature for people...

By InsideHW on -

Build quality of Cooler Master Storm Scout chassis is at top level. Compared to other chassis it performs very well. Only real problem presents small gap between top of the mounted motherboard and top chassis side: just 14mm. This can be a problem if...

By Pro-Clockers on -

If you were to step out right now and pick up a CM Storm Scout you would be returning home with one of the best little cases available. This Scout offers a lot of what the Sniper and 922 also from Coolermaster has. The absolute first thing that made...

By Tech-Reviews UK on 100

For the target market this enclosure is aimed at (gamers and overclockers) this case has got all the features any of these markets would demand. It offers plenty of fan locations, gamer aesthetics, LED lighting, space for large graphics cards and all...

By Tech Olive on 70

Being a huge supporter of Cooler Master and their fantastic parts, I was stoked to try out the CM Storm Scout case. It would mean that I would have to strip my components of my glorious Cooler Master CM690 for a few days. They say separation is good...

By SweMOD on 98

on this then, well the CM Storm Scout seems to perform very well and for the price it has at the moment of the review, around 85 Euro, it is a very good computer case with nice features and great design.There is only one thing that I miss and that is...

By OverclockersQH on -

While not as quite as a proper scout in the field should be, this one still get high marks in performance. Originally when I did the benchmark I found that the temps where on average with most cases that we have tested in the past. With the option of...

By Rbmods.com on -

Overall though I have to admit that this is a cool case, you can turn of the leds, you have the stormguard which is a cool little feature. On the side window you can mount two fans (120mm) to increase the airflow in the case if its needed. The...

By Unique Rigs on 90

When thinking of LAN cases, you would think of a case that you can bring to LAN parties. It has to be light, portable and of course it has to turn heads too. Many manufacturers also sometimes overlook the interiors of their case design, but CMs cases...

By PCWizKid's Tech Talk on -

PCWizKid is impressed at the quality and features of Cooler Master Storm series cases. The Scout specifically looks compact compared to its brother the "Sniper" however it can pack everything in there except the kitchen sink (which in this case would...

By HardwareLogic on 95

The Scout comes with one of the most complete and best working tool-less systems that we have seen. That is pretty amazing considering that the Scout is deemed a mid-grade case in the mid-tower class. The Scout is not a box with just claims of...

By Tech Arkade on 95

This tower was fantastic to build in. The quality of the Storm series products has been fantastic, all the way down to the accessories kit. There is a lot more room to tuck wires than a normal mid-tower. The gamer orriented extras, such as the...

By Overclockers Club on -

The Cooler Master Scout performed exceedingly well; it was even able to give the HAF 922 some competition. Depending on what youre interested in, the Scout offers impressive features that any gamer would enjoy - for one, its promised ease of...

By Neoseeker on -

The Scout covers many bases that need to be looked at, like dust filters, ease of use, weight, strength and durability. It weighs in at about 28 lbs loaded and 19 lbs empty, making it fairly easy to move around. This is a great mid-Tower case that...

By Hardware Canucks on -

So there you have it! Let’s recap. From an aesthetics perspective, we believe that Cooler Master hit the nail right on the head. Obviously beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but we think that they were able to strike a good balance between...

By Pureoverclock on -

An industry veteran with a wide offering of products, Cooler Master has been very busy lately, launching several new cases, and today we’ll be looking at their latest, the Scout, second in their new CM: Storm series lineup. As we recently saw in...

By LanOC Reviews on -

There are sometimes products that make you wonder why no one else has done that before. With good looks and amazing performance the Scout is one of those products. The Scout really stands out with the small details like the tinted side window, black...

By Overclocker Cafe on -

Cooler Master has a real winner in their Storm Scout Case. While I like the Storm Sniper, it was clearly a stay at home case. The Scout brings everything that I loved in the Sniper Case and puts it in a very portable midtower package. Right down...