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Pros: -Nice balance between cool and quiet
-One of the few Purple LED 120mm case fans
Cons: -Not a 4-pin PWM, but I knew that before I bought it
Other Thoughts: Runs pretty quietly except when mounted on my side panel. I have two of these on my Storm Scout 2's side panel so they provide cool air to my GPU. Pretty quiet when mounted anywhere else on the case, so I might buy some rubber screws to try and dampen the noise.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Very sleek looking
-Carrying handle is really handy. Handle is steel attached directly to the case with a rubber handle around it
-Perfect size window (you can see your CPU, GPU, RAM, and some of your PSU, but non of your drives)
-Front panel USB 3.0
-Bulges on the side panel allow for more room in the back when dealing with cable management
-Plenty of fan mounting spots
-Ability to fit any GPU
-The Storm Guard PCI bracket in the rear can also be used for install switches for your case's interior lighting
-3 colors (All Midnight Black, Gunmetal Gray, Ghost White)
Cons: -Only 1 pre-installed fan (probably would've replaced them anyway)
-Tool less optical drive bay seems kind of flimsy, but you can screw drives in on one side
-The tool less HDD bay design seems kind of cheap, but it is effective. The price would probably go up if it came with HDD sleds.
Other Thoughts: Bought it on sale for $79.99 with free shipping, but I had my eye on it since I first saw it. Handle just sort of seemed like a gimmick on the first Storm Scout, but it is really handy not. Held onto it while I was removing it from the box and it is nice to grab when carrying it to LAN parties. The tool less optical drive bay seems like a step back from the first Storm Scout.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -8GB of 1600MHz DDR3
-Attractive head spreaders in my opinion
Other Thoughts: Came free with my ASRock Extreme3.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Kyle G.
Date Joined: 08/09/11
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