CM Storm Scout + Coolermaster Silent Pro 700W Modular PSU £124.99 @ Ebuyer, £160 separately - HotUKDeals
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ok its expensive for case and psu so im not expecting this to go hot but this is aimed at gamers and its about £160 if bought separately.
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Bundle Includes:
CM Storm Scout Case
with
Coolermaster 700W Silent Pro Modular Power Supply


CM Storm Coolermaster Scout Features:
Fierce exterior design inspired by military weapons.
Reinforced carrying handles for fast and efficient mobilization.
Menacing all black interior and window side panel for striking visuals.
Stealth panel for tuning your lights.
StormGuard - ground-breaking security system for safeguarding your gaming peripherals.


CM Storm Coolermaster Scout Specifications
Material Steel, ABS Plastic, PC, Mesh bezel
Dimensions (D)489 x (W)219 X (H)495.5 mm
(D)19.2 x (W)8.6 x (H)19.5 inch
Net Weight 8.7 kg / 19.23 lbs
M/B Type Micro-ATX/ATX
5.25" Drive Bay
5 Exposed (without the use of exposed 3.5 inch Drive Bay)
3.5" Drive Bay
5 Hidden
1 Exposed (converted from one 5.25 inch Drive Bay)
2.5" Drive Bay 1 Hidden (converted from one 3.5 inch Drive Bay)
Cooling System
Front: 140mm Red LED Fan x 1 (included)
Top: 140mm Fan x 1 (included) or 120mm Fan x 1 (Not Included)
Rear: 120mm Red LED Fan x 1 (included)
Side: Acrylic window; supports 120mm x 2 (Side Fans not Included)

Expansion Slots Standard x 7, Special x 1
Power Supply Included - Coolermaster 700W Silent Pro Modular PSU
Included Accessory 1.8 or 2.5 to 3.5 inch mounting bracket for SSD or HDD


PSU Specifications:
Coolermaster SilentPro 700W Modular PSU
The Coolermaster Silent Pro M series is a new range of single rail power supplies from CoolerMaster that's addressing a growing market demand for powerful single rail PSU's. With up to 50A on the 12V rail, the Silent Pro series delivers where it counts and won't have any problems powering even the most demanding SLI

The Coolermaster Silent Pro M series is also the first power supply from CoolerMaster to feature flat modular cables for improved airflow and cable management. It also comes with anti-vibration silicon pads to remove possible vibrations from the PSU to reverberate into the case.

* The single rail is with up to 50A on the 12V rail, delivers where it counts and won't have any problems powering even the most demanding SLI
* Modularized cable design to eli min ate clutter and improve airflow inside the chassis
* Two 6+2 pin PCI-e connectors for multiple graphic card set up
* Energy efficient design that meats 80 Plus requirements
* Single +12V rail provides more power for over-clockers
* Compliant with Intel standard Intel ATX12V V2.3 & SSI EPS 12V V2.91
* Green power design that meets energy star, blue angel requirements
* Super silent operation with intelligent 135mm fan speed control
* Protection: OVP / UVP / OCP / OPP /OTP / SCP / OLP
* High Power Density (150*150*86 mm)
* High reliability (MTBF > 100,000 hrs)
* Copper + aluminum heat sink design which results in more efficient heat transfer and dissipation.
* Flat cable design for easier cable arrangement
* Japanese-made capacitors
* Unique silicon pad eliminate the vibration between PSU and chassis
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#1
I think that cases that look like that ought to be banned by the style police. It's cold, not cool.
#2
Good deal. I prefer the look of the sniper though :)
#3
Looks hot to me good parts at a good price
#4
It’s a great case really easy to ad mods to. I would post a link but not sure if it’s in the rules. But yer great case very strong. Not sure about the PSU but it seems very eco friendly if you’re going GREEN :)
#5
am SOOOO tempted......
#6
mamboboy;7692117
In some cases you're right, these gaming cases can look tacky...but this one really doesn't - steel, carrying handles, black interior and exterior. Amazing PSU with the CM 5 year warranty...
This is really good if you're after both IMO.

http://i45.tinypic.com/43vbm.jpg


I stick by my earlier view. :p No arguing about taste, I guess.

I really can't see the point of those handles. Do you tend to carry your PC around a lot, then?
#7
Good Qualtiy Case, PSU has mixed reviews, but most are generally good.....Pretty Good Deal.
#8
ChavTastic !!!
#9
Can't wait to get under the desk to stare at all those pretty lights!

Ok deal if it's your cuppa tho.
#10
I built a brand new rig for myself last week and for the case it was either between this one and an Antec Nine Hundred Two. I ended up going with the Antec as it seemed much better. Having received and used the antec I'm glad i did but if this deal had been on, then i may have gone with the scout. I'm not sure about the power supply though.
#11
Looks like a good quality PSU and case. I'm even more tempted to build an i7 920 system now..

Thanks for posting it :)
1 Like #12
hotukdealz
ChavTastic !!!


Go on then, find me a chav that will happily spend his month's dole money on this over 2 quid bottles of wine and his fat pregnant gf? :whistling:
#13
Competitive gamers who frequent LANS will welcome the 2 handles as they are normally required or prefer to take their own PC.

Its a specialist case for a specialist market and IMO looks the dogs.....if you want to see "chavtastic" go to ebuyer and look at some of the 30 quid cases they sell there. All in all its a quality piece of engineering and those into gaming will appreciate its quality.
#14
ooo! is ebuyer allowed again, TFFT!
#15
Hard to believe anyone could consider this a good deal.
#16
striker33
Go on then, find me a chav that will happily spend his month's dole money on this over 2 quid bottles of wine and his fat pregnant gf? :whistling:


How posh are the chavs you refer too?
Substitute wine with Lambrini and girlfriend with cousin, now you are talking chavs.
#17
Sami_
Hard to believe anyone could consider this a good deal.

Why? If I'd seen this a month ago I would have gone for it. A good solid case and psu for this much is a good deal. I don't goto any LAN parties but I have moved my pc from bedroom to the lounge a few times and some handles would have been.... handy.
#18
Sami_
Hard to believe anyone could consider this a good deal.


Why do people who have no idea what they are talking about insist on getting involved in a thread which has no relevance to them?

Look at it like this, why do people drive 20k cars when a 4k one will do EXACTLY the same thing in getting them from A to B?, it's all about personal preference.

The PSU included is of top notch quality and if your happy chancing a 10 quid generic PSU running your very expensive PC components then you must have a screw loose. The case will have superior airflow and be designed so you can upgrade parts very easily.
#19
Great deal. Have some heat.
#20
hotukdealz
ChavTastic !!!


Really? I think you'll find Chav's buy cheap crap from PCWorld or Dell and wouldn't have a clue where to start building their own :thumbsup:

While this particular case isn't to my tastes, it's nevertheless a cracking deal for those in the know.
#21
Wolf
How posh are the chavs you refer too?
Substitute wine with Lambrini and girlfriend with cousin, now you are talking chavs.


Well, I did say £2 bottle of wine :-D Bellabrusco, Brini, all the great chav luxuries for a low low price :thumbsup:
#22
fine for a teenager chav in terms of looks, but it is built well and i highly rate the rate it bar the plastic parts.
#23
GDB2222;7691874
I think that cases that look like that ought to be banned by the style police. It's cold, not cool.

why?
#24
looks like a decent case, sturdy unlike the cheap rubbish....have the excellent antec gaming case....with 2 hard drives and graphics card weighs about 20kg...unlike this one mine doesnt have handles - so harder to nick
#25
hero2zer0
Why do people who have no idea what they are talking about insist on getting involved in a thread which has no relevance to them?

Look at it like this, why do people drive 20k cars when a 4k one will do EXACTLY the same thing in getting them from A to B?, it's all about personal preference.

The PSU included is of top notch quality and if your happy chancing a 10 quid generic PSU running your very expensive PC components then you must have a screw loose. The case will have superior airflow and be designed so you can upgrade parts very easily.


Why do people always get defensive when others disagree?

If you had any clue what you were talking about you'd know that the test results of this PSU turn up some concerning stability issues. If you are concerned with how expensive your PSU is then I guess you'll love this, if you want quality and stability from a PSU then do your homework and spend less time arguing with me.

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/power_supply/cooler_master_silent_pro_700w_modular_psu/4
#26
excellent find, putting the looks to one side, will keep your CPU and GPU nice and cool and 700W CM PSU very very nice for the price, impressed may even get one!
#27
Sami_
Why do people always get defensive when others disagree?

If you had any clue what you were talking about you'd know that the test results of this PSU turn up some concerning stability issues. If you are concerned with how expensive your PSU is then I guess you'll love this, if you want quality and stability from a PSU then do your homework and spend less time arguing with me.

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/power_supply/cooler_master_silent_pro_700w_modular_psu/4


Oh dear, 1 link from the internet...i won't bother finding 3 that debunk your finding.

Your 1st post in which mine was in reaction too had nothing to do with reliability of the PSU, just how bad value you thought the deal to be. Now you feel "challenged" and felt the need to find someone giving it a bad review, all a bit sad TBH.

Defensive?, no not really i just didn't see any point in your post whatsoever...just like i dont get involved in threads on photography for example because i have no clue in that field.

Have a nice day :thumbsup:
#28
mamboboy
From that reviews conclusion:

The Good
- Amazingly silent, even when pushed passed 700w load
- Silicon vibration dampeners shield the PC case from the PSU.
- Single +12v rail ensures that enthusiasts can make full use of every amp.
- Decent modular system with sexy looking cables.
- Rock solid +3.3v rail
- High level of efficiency under most load levels.
- Compact size suitable for small cases and some HTPC's.

The Mediocre
- Relies on balanced power consumption over the +5v and +12v rails for best results.
- Silicon gaskets on our sample unit had a tendency to fall off.

The Bad
- Nothing.


And with CM's 5 year warranty what is there to worry about?


Read the entire conclusion page if you dont understand the test results.
banned#29
GDB2222
I stick by my earlier view. :p No arguing about taste, I guess.

I really can't see the point of those handles. Do you tend to carry your PC around a lot, then?


Lol it's built for gamers. Lan party and tournaments etc.. Handles are the one thing that makes this case good compared to the rest
#30
Whilst I don't have this case, I do have the PSU.

It happily runs an AMD Phenom II x4, gigabyte motherboard, 1tb Samsung F3 HDD, 2 x ati 4870 in xfire, 8gig of Ocz memory and 4 ultra silent case fans, blu ray reader and a dvd writer.

:thinking: i'm at work at the minute :thinking:

USB mouse and keyboard :w00t:

Never had a problem with it. It runs fairly quietly as well :)
#31
This is a immense deal - where the comments about gaming chavs and style issues come from I dont know...

For the case it is a LAN party case - it is also a good quality and size for easy management. The PSU is also a good object (looking at reviews for this) and only shows instability when you have like 0amps...... so its unstable when it is off?
#32
[QUOTE=mamboboy;7719622

5* review here: http://tech-reviews.co.uk/reviews/cooler-master-silennt-pro-700w/

[/QUOTE]

Test Rig
Processor Intel C2D E6750 @ 3.2GHz (400*8)
Motherboard Asus P5K Premium 775
RAM Ballistix Tracer 6400 4GB (2×2GB)
HDD Western Digital SE16 500GB SATA
Graphics Card Vivikoo 9600GT 512MB

They hardly stressed it though did they?

My Corsair 450 could have fed that :p
#33
Good case and not a bad price. Have some heat.

and:

mamboboy
I can sense an air of elitism with your responses.


Exactly what I was thinking just reading his responses. No need for taking that tone with people is there!? Oh well, this is "teh internetz" I guess so it's to be expected.

:-D
#34
GDB2222
I think that cases that look like that ought to be banned by the style police. It's cold, not cool.


You could say that of all desktops- an unimaginitive oblong box which has not changed for decades. I note that we have recently moved on and are now using square boxes with rounded edges. Only if the Italians had invented computers!
#35
all u can say is OTT these are way over priced for a pc case unless u have cash to burn....
#36
Sami, be quiet you have no idea what you;'re talking about. This is a great deal for a top case and modular PSU with an awesome stable 12v line,
banned#37
This is a good deal, my dad has this case and it is really nice.
#38
hero2zer0;7719010
Why do people who have no idea what they are talking about insist on getting involved in a thread which has no relevance to them?

Look at it like this, why do people drive 20k cars when a 4k one will do EXACTLY the same thing in getting them from A to B?, it's all about personal preference.

The PSU included is of top notch quality and if your happy chancing a 10 quid generic PSU running your very expensive PC components then you must have a screw loose. The case will have superior airflow and be designed so you can upgrade parts very easily.

i wouldnt bother explaining......probably uses a 1p hdmi cable to connect a £1000 tv to a £200 blu ray and buys smart price beans,
#39
Capt Kirk;7722010
You could say that of all desktops- an unimaginitive oblong box which has not changed for decades. I note that we have recently moved on and are now using square boxes with rounded edges. Only if the Italians had invented computers!

well apple charge £500+ for a fancy case
#40
royals
well apple charge £500+ for a fancy case


They used to charge £100 for a the colour black on macbooks!!

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