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Old 07-05-13, 09:43 AM
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CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced Review

The Advanced edition of the CM Storm Scout 2 brings improved cooling and a bang up to date Gun Metal finish.




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Thanks for the review Gary

Nice case.
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Old 07-05-13, 01:29 PM
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Thanks for the review Gary

Nice case.
Finally someone got that right on the first try.
I was already waiting for somebody to compliment Tom on his review when I saw the author
on the article.

And yes, it's quite a good read Gary, nicely done
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Old 07-05-13, 06:32 PM
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Glad you liked it guys, we tries hard, And I will always take being confused with Tom as a compliment
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The one thing that would have clinched it for me would have been if you could have fitted even a H-100 and fans in the top. But for me Lan Parties is about portability, and M-ATX over the size of ATX is the better option. Now that you have the Socket 2011 and 1155 M-ATX boards out there with Sli and Crossfire.
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Old 08-05-13, 06:15 PM
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Nice review mate, any reason why you cropped the images of the final build ? do you have any full on shots ?
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The Pictures aren't cropped, they're zoomed in on the relevant areas that are noted and discussed in the text.
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I think I've fallen madly in love with this one.
Is €77.99 (£65.88) a good deal for the gunmetal one? And will mATX look really bad in there? I think ATX looks a bit tight in there.
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I think I've fallen madly in love with this one.
Is €77.99 (£65.88) a good deal for the gunmetal one? And will mATX look really bad in there? I think ATX looks a bit tight in there.
I think an m-ATX board never looks good in an ATX case (unless it's filled up with other stuff, like watercooling) but since the window is only on the CPU socket area, and ends about where your board would end as well, you might just get away with that...
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Just found an image of a mATX board in the scout 2, doesn't look too roomy me thinks.

Though ATX looks a bit better IMO
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