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    Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    Successor to the popular CM Storm Scout Heading to retail in August priced at $99.
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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    Sexiest case ever! when can i have it?

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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    I like the space at the top for a water cooling setup, that looks it has an AIO unit installed in the case on the video and it's not getting in the way of access to the mobo power connectors.

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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    Sure looks better than the storm trooper case.Seems quite spacey and pretty tidy for midi case too but still, what happened to all those slick (some might call it boring though heheh) cases? Also, is it me or are there less and less E-ATX cases available??

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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    Looks like it still weighs a tonne, the handle looks a bit better than the mk1, and hopefully it's easier to grip too as the one on my mk1 makes using it to carry the case get painful quickly.

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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    Personally I don't like cases with handles unless you can hide it or remove.

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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    I think I prefer the sharp, straight lines of the Scout 1. Also, from looking an another picture, the side window doesn't seem very big.

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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    slick

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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    Well, seeing as it is Cooler Master, you will still probably need a forklift truck to move that thing.

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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    Not a big fan of shaped chassis' for the sake of looks, but this isn't too bad and for $99 very nice. I love designs to be directly based on it's function with no stickyouty bits! It's why I'm Obsidian all the way

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    Re: Cooler Master previews the CM Storm Scout II

    ahh nice. that windowed-side panel.. always a good choice for rig owners with nice hardware inside

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