The Enermax Ostrog GT Chassis Features Flexible Cooling OptionsCategory: Cases
Posted: January 16, 2013 07:50AM
Enermax has made a name for itself with its line of decent power supplies, but the company has also dipped its toes into the chassis market - its latest being the Ostrog GT. The mid-tower case builds upon the original Ostrog with improved cooling options such as support for up to 10 fans, 240/280 mm radiators, and 184.3mm CPU heat sink. Storage has also been considerably upgraded with enough space for 13 devices including eight 3.5" and two 2.5" hard disks, the upper HD cage removable for installing longer VGA cards. The meshed areas are filtered to reduce dust accumulation, with an included magnetic filter for the top panel. A 32mm clearance is alloted for easier cable management. Its front section bears close resemblance to Cooler Master cases, while the rear has eight expansions slots - making a 3-way SLI or Tri-CrossFire setup possible. The Ostrog GT is available in Europe for € 89.90.