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Cooler Master Storm Scout Review

Posted on Friday, May 22 2009 @ 12:50:28 CEST by


On top of the case is where the most appreciation might lie. Located on the top of the Cooler Master Scout is handle bar to help ease transportation of the case and its components. Unlike most low quality LAN cases with a handle bar, the Scout excels in this area, using a reinforced plastic material that makes it a strong and sturdy handle. The bottom of the case has a large vent area where the power supply would be installed. There is a surplus in connectivity to the front of the case, including three USB 2.0 ports, standard eSATA connectivity, a microphone and headphone jack, power and reset buttons, HDD LED and power LED, as well as an on/off LED switch for the front 140mm fan. Located at the end of the case is a 120mm fan.



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