Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master SGC-2000-KKN1-GP
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Cooler Master HAF X
29 July 2012
Summary: If you have read all the way through this review you might be left with the impression that I didn't like the Cooler Master HAF X very much but that just isn't so. Rather, I felt that with all the ink I have seen this case get and as long as it has been on the market it was amazing to me how little...
Pros: Very spacious, Attractive overall design, Both great & quiet cooling, Fingerprint resistant matte finish, Plenty of room for oversized video cards
Cons: Misc minor annoyances (Manual, MB cutout, Lighting), Top portion of case is plastic not metal, Expensive if new instead of refurbished
Summary: 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 build, excellent styling, all black, etc.
Summary: We are today having a look at the Cooler Master Scout computer case, their second product in the CM Storm product line. The first case we tested in the CM Storm series was the Sniper case , a very well built case with lots of features.
Conclusion: 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 screws, and the 2.5 inch bay adapter.
Cooler Master Storm Series Scout Gaming Case Review
9 May 2009
Summary: There's a lot about the Cooler Master Scout that simply makes it a great computer case. Let's cover the things that could use a quick touch up.
First, it would really be awesome if the chassis included another cut out just to the top right of the motherboard tray for a 24-pin PSU main power...
Pros: Unique case design
Cons: Could use another hole for 24-pin main cable
Summary: The Cooler Master Storm (CM Storm) Scout is an affordable offering for the gamer brand. It costs around $70 US Dollars less than the CM Storm Sniper, so you can not expect to find all the innovation of the larger offering within the Scout.
Pros: Great overall design, Incredible, rugged paint job, Three fans included, Silent operation of fans, Nice feature set for a case in this price range, Sturdy handle to carry the case around, Solid plastic sliding locks for the external drives, Simple but well constructed rail system for hard drives,...
Cons: Top fan blocks access to connectors of mainboard, Clips to hold expansion cards in place won't manage large and heavy cards, Screw-less system for optical drives does not hold perfectly., Many openings in the case do not have dust filters, Fan LEDs quite dim, Front feels fairly flimsy and is fragile
Summary: 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 factor they used, yet is very sturdy and has carrying handles that can easily take the load.