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Cooler Master recently hired Mnpctech
to modify their new Scout case for their 2009 Computex show display. The Scout is from Cooler Master's new "CM Storm" performance division. These products are designed and dedicated for all gamers. The Scout design was heavily influenced by military equipment, so we ran with it.
Cooler Master requested the CM Storm logo was prominently displayed throughout the case.
This is the first recorded Scout case mod and professionally painted digital-camo gaming pc.
The "eye of the storm" logos were laser cut in the custom front intake plate. The optical drive was stealthed with digital-camo painted mesh.
The digital-camo theme took several hours to complete by Mnpctech.com
The custom pattern required 3 different masking and paint stages versus 1 for normal paint job. Each of the three colors of the camo were custom mixed with House of kolor paints. The entire case was given a Flat clear coat to look authentic.
The Scout was given height to improve airflow to the PSU and larger foot print with anodized black machined aluminum case feet
The project brought in a lot of great sponsors
DFI LANPARTY DK 790FXB-M3H5 Motherboard
AMD Phenom II X4 925 AM3
2x GEIL 1GB DDR3 Triple channel
2x ATI Radeon 4890's in Crossfire
Cooler Master 600W silent pro
1x OCZ Vertex SSD 30GB
Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler
Mnpctech affiliate, Nate Supplee fromCustomPCMax.com
installed and tested the hardware before the PC was shipped to Tapei, Taiwan. This allowed more time to focus on the mods and assure Cooler Master that their PC would be in working order for the show.