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So far 2013 hasn't been any different compared to 2012 and so many people i know have a really hard time spending money on PC hardware and who can blame them with the current state of the economy? However you don't necessarily need to pay much to get something good and PC cases is perhaps the only area where casual users can cut down on the cost and not notice any serious impact in the overall performance of their systems. Personally I’ve always favored full towers because of their interior space since that means making my job/life easier when working with them (it also means that i can fit even the largest components in them) but for casual users and gamers midi towers like the latest Ostrog by Enermax which we have here with us today not only cost significantly less but can also come in handy when placed in tight spaces.
Enermax Technology Corporation is a world-renowned PC Power Supply Unit manufacturer. Since our establishment in 1990, we provide power supply products and peripherals like chassis, cooler, fan and keyboard with excellent quality and have won recognitions of consumers around the world. ENERMAX products are recommended by worldwide reviewers, and certain were granted by iF, Red Dot, Good Design and Taiwan Excellence Awards. Those are proven evidence of our top-notch quality and design competency recognized by the professionals. To develop an intensive sales network and better service customers around the world, Enermax has set up branch offices in Germany, France, U.S.A., Japan and China. We also have service offices and distributors in countries across Europe, America, Asia and Oceania. Our farsighted R & D capability is our key strength. The elite teams of Enermax always strive to come up with the best and most satisfactory PSU, thermal solution and peripheral products with cutting-edge design that meets the needs of the market and customers. We will stick to our R & D spirits of “Technology Innovation” and “Quality First” to constantly create products which transcend international standard and requirements to keep up on our product and brand value as well as competitive edge.
Ever since Enermax started the design and manufacture of PC cases they made it clear that this particular product line is aimed towards casual users and gamers and so the introduction of the rather mainstream Ostrog midi tower a while ago was not unexpected. Luckily Enermax gave the Ostrog good looks and a few very convenient and useful features such as a tool-less drive design, ability to add up to a total of 7 fans for excellent airflow levels and plenty of room for the tallest CPU Coolers and longest Graphics Cards. Features aside however the Ostrog follows the typical size limitations most midi towers have and so it's ATX/M-ATX compatible and has a total of 7 PCI expansion slots. But let’s take a closer and more in-depth look on what the budget oriented Ostrog (ECA3250) midi tower by Enermax has to offer.
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