Cooler Master Storm Scout


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The Storm Scout is an steel case for standard and micro ATX motherboards that measures 219 x 495.5 x 489 mm. It has 5 5.25" drive bays, 6 3.5" drive bays (1 converted from 5.25" bay), 1 2.5" drive bay (converted from 1 ,3.5" bay) and 7 PCI expansion slots. 1 120 mm and 1 140 mm cooling fans. Front panel I/O ports. PSU not included.

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Cooler Master Storm Scout Reviews Rating: 92 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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"The Scout sets one strong precedent with its new “Storm Guard Security System” and CPU back plate access. Even though the SGSS is nothing more than a PCI bracket, it does keep your gaming..."

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"From a performance standpoint, the Scout does very well given its compact nature. In many of our tests, the Scout faired almost as well as the gigantic Thermaltake Spedo, and wasn’t too far behind..."

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"Overall, we highly doubt you will find a mid-tower case out there as nice as the Scout for about $100. This enclosure is easily one of the best bang-for-buck options on the market right now...."

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"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..."

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"Cooler Master set out to create the ultimate LAN party computer case with the Scout and in many respects succeeded with this case. The Scout is relatively lightweight due to the Mid-Tower form..."

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