LAN parties and mobile computing have been around for decades, but with the huge variety of hardware in the market today, choosing a chassis that can store all of your hardware and make it easier to go mobile can still be daunting. Of course, we here at PureOverclock do our best to help alleviate that problem, so today we are going to be taking a look at a chassis from Cooler Master to see if it should garner your attention. The case is the Cooler Master CM Storm Scout II, and it is designed to store full size motherboards and graphics cards, yet still provide easy mobility.
We have the opportunity to look at the new release of the Cooler Master CM Storm Scout II. If you are familiar with the CM Storm Scout series you will soon see with this review that Cooler Master has made quite a few upgrades to potentially make things easier than its previous version. As we move further along into the review we will also include some comparison shots of the old and new cases. Now, let’s dive in to see what this Cooler Master CM Storm Scout II has to offer.
Cooler Master was originally founded with the primary mission to provide the industry’s best thermal solutions. Since its establishment a decade ago, the company has remained faithful to this mission, emerging as a world leader in products and services for companies dealing with devices where heat issues must be resolved. The cornerstone of Cooler Master’s philosophy is innovation, speed, and customer satisfaction. Together, these ensure that Cooler Master is one of the best suppliers that companies around the world rely upon.
First, let’s get to the specs and packaging.