Here at HL, we have recently drooled over some Cooler Master enclosures, the most recent being the HAF "Mini" 922 that was released in the U.S. a couple weeks ago. Now we are taking a close look at another Cooler Master mid-tower, the Scout. This box comes in from their line of Storm cases, of which the Sniper was recently evaluated in our lab. The Scout has some definite differences that will separate it from the other recently examined Cooler Master cases and we will be sure to point them out in detail. Every glamorous and/or gruesome defining detail is soon to follow. Stick with us, if you dare!
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Ok, you obviously don't have to be that brave to take a peek at the bundle of goodies that came with the Scout. But the good news is you won't run short on everything you might need for your new build, including zip-ties, motherboard screws and stand-offs, a speaker connector, and your trusty operator's manual. Cooler Master tossed in 10 HDD attachments for tool-less installation of up to 5 hard drives, as well as some brackets for 3.5" and 2.5" drives if your install so requires. As always, we want to move on to the meat and potatoes, so let's see what we are dealing with before we get our hands grubby with the installation.