Cooler Master has launched its Scout 2.
A mid-tower chassis, the Scout 2 is built for portability, with comfortable rubber carrying handles with steel reinforcements which are bolted to the core structure to ensure sufficient support for your configurations. A sliding cover concealing the two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and audio jacks on the front panel help protect against possible damage while shuttling between LAN parties.
Supporting up to three 5.25-inch bay devices, seven hard drives, two SSDs, and even NVIDIA GTX 690 or AMD HD 7970 graphics cards, the successor to the CM Storm Scout 1/Sniper comes with improved system airflow with up to nine 120mm fans with two occupying strategically placed spots on the side panel to cool your graphics cards. Also, there's a front panel LED switch to turn the LED lit case fan lights off, while quick slide-out dust filters have been placed in the top and PSU area to easily remove unwanted dust.
The CM Storm Scout 2 is available in Midnight Black and Gunmetal Grey in October.
Source: CM Storm