The Scout enclosure, from Cooler Master, is one of their mid-tower releases in the Storm line of products. As with most of the products in this line, dark paint and/or a brushed metal look is the norm. But, unlike many of them, the Scout doesn't have that out-of-the-box flare that we are familiar with. Does that mean Cooler Master is hiding something underneath the hood? We intend to find out - join us as we take a closer look at Cooler Master's Storm Scout.
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As far as accessories, we have a speaker connector (in case you lost yours from 1995) and your trusty operator's manual to avoid confusion during installation. Cooler Master tossed in 10 HDD attachments for tool-less installation of up to 5 hard drive, and for those of you with the latest SSDs, they included some 2.5" brackets as well. We could talk all day about screws and zip ties (did you know that historians don't know who invented the screw?) but to keep those camatose suits from rolling in, we'll focus our attention on the actual case.