CM Storm Scout 2 Ghost White Advanced edition - Mid Tower Chassis
It is time for yet another Cooler Master review as they recently introduced a new computer chassis, it is the CM Storm Scout 2 and then in specific the Ghost White edition. The chassis was designed for computer and gaming enthusiasts. The desktop system case has been designed to provide the end-user with both great looks and usability in the form of a highly featured gaming chassis. The Scout 2 is made for gamers and in specific, it is a LAN gamer chassis as it comes with a carry around handle. The Scout 2 offers refinements which includes the improved steel reinforced carrying handles, bolted to the core structure.
Also the front console connections have been upgraded with USB 3.0 while offering protection from adverse travel conditions with hidden sliding cover. Support for current high-end hardware is greatly increased by a removable HDD cage that supports VGAs like the NVIDIA GTX 690/Titan and AMD HD 7970/7990, making the Scout 2 ready for all niche hardware.
Um... Advanced Edition?
So you probably have noticed that we tagged this review as Advanced Edition, well it's because Cooler Master has released a separate SKU which indeed is a slightly upgraded version of the Scout 2 Ghost White. Opposed to the regular model the Advanced Edition SKUs will get two extra front fans and a second 2.5" storage bracket. Next to that you can choose from a Ghost White Edition, The Gun Metal Grey and Midnight Black color options. The advanced edition as tested today should start shipping with availability right now in stores tagged at a 109.99 EUR price-tag. Again, the chassis has steel reinforced handles, removable HDD cages, slide out dust filter in the bottom and a sliding cover to protect the 2 USB 3.0 ports on the IO panel.
The CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced features a total of three 120mm fans of which the two front fans are enriched by LED lights. The CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced also offers a total of two 2.5’’ brackets to suit more advanced needs.
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