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Great Cooling Power.
Sleek Military Grade Look.
LED Toggle Switch.
Solid Steel Case.
Steel Reinforce Handle.
Easy Tool Less Setup.
No tools needed (only for SSD drive).
Handle on top.
Sleek aesthetic design.
Nice black finish.
Hard to Fit in Some Larger CPU Coolers.
A bit smaller than standard.
Only comes with 2 fans.
Smoked window obscures view of rig.
Top fan blocks access to connectors of mainboard.
Needs an 8-pin CPU connector extension.
Tight space for larger Power Supply Units.
Very challenging for modding and water-cooling enthusiasts.
Smaller size can be a bit of a challenge during your build.
No real provision for water cooling.
Non removable front filter.
By 3dGameMan on November 03, 2009
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 September 25, 2009
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 September 14, 2009
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 September 08, 2009
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 July 06, 2009
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 July 03, 2009
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 June 12, 2009
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 June 11, 2009
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 June 11, 2009
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 June 09, 2009
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...
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