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Wednesday, 10 October 2012 15:18

Cooler Master Scout 2 reviewed - Side panels

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Beats the old Scout in quality but not in price

The Scout 2 has rethought its predecessor’s panels and moved the fans to the bottom, so as to provide better cooling for graphics cards. The window is tinted and is large enough to provide a look at the most interesting part of your rig.

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The left side panel will take two 120mm fans.

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The side panels are designed to allow as much room inside as possible. Fans on the side panel will not get in the way of graphics cards and the case is left with much more room for cables.

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The side panels are held in place with two screws. The panels are sliding ones and are easy to take off and put back, but we though a latch on the side panel, like the one on HAF XM, would've been a useful and welcome addition.

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