Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 (SGC-2100-KWN2)
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Value for money 10
an anonymous customer, Walmart
17 March 2013
Summary: Great gaming Mid Tower Case. Lots of fan mounts for 120mm fans. very good Wire hiding in this case. upgrade from my Cooler Master Storm Scout 1 case I have. well worth the money. Metal and plastic combo is good. Very solid case.
Conclusion: Coming in at a penny shy of 100 smackers US, the Scout 2 isn’t cheap, and having to add additional fans to achieve better cooling will drive the price up even further. I would like to see another fan included seeing how even one intake fan made for a nice drop in temperature.
Summary: This is a great case for LANs. Liked all the features the case has except for not having enough places to tie down cables. And i wished the case was packaged more cautiously because my case came with scratches
Pros: Very well built. Looks clean and Smooth. Rubber Grommets and lots of space on back panel made cable management easy. The carry handle was the reason why i bought this case. it makes ir so much easier to carry the whole thing around.
Cons: When i unboxed mine, it did come with some scratches. But i wasn't to concerned because i move around a lot with my PC. So a few scratches aren't much of a deal. When i was routing my cables in the back side of the case, there was not enough of the tie downs to help me tie down my cables onto the...
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Summary: Overall it is a wonderful case. Coolermaster seems to be able to make the handles work well with the design on all the models that implement it. It may seem gimmicky but it is actually a very nice feature to have. That aside, it a great experience to build with this case.
Pros: As an owner of the older Scout and the Stryker, this case is a very nice case to work with. It's the same size was the Scout but carries many design features with the Stryker, such as the side panel design, case feet, removable filters, additional front, top, and bottom fan locations, and plenty ...
Cons: A top 240mm radiator maybe be a bit optimistic, but it should be possible (although a bit cramped).
Summary: You will notice when you pick it up with nothing inside it will tilt forward. Its because when your hardware and power supply is in, it will counter balance that and then carry level. Great case, for the price its great.
Pros: Soft rubber handle
Great build quality
Very nice locations to zip tie down cables. The back has a "pocket" area where you can fish all your cables through. It keeps your motherboard cable free.
Cons: Installed with a H60 Water Cooling and the one side door doesnt screw in because the door has "extra" metal covering the hole. Simple saw/trim of the metal and it works fine.
Was heavier then I imagined
Wish it had a bit more "clear" plastic on the side to see inside.
Summary: Case quasi futuristico. Uno dei migliori in circolazione per qualità e soluzioni tecniche. Con circa 100€ vi portate a casa un signor case in grado di ospitare al suo interno ogni sorta di computer. Già a vederlo esternamente si capisce di che pasta è fatto.