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THE OSTROG EXTERIOR
Much like most PC Cases nowadays the Ostrog comes in black mate color and looks quite good if i might add.
Instead of featuring a window on the left side panel our particular sample is focused on airflow over looks (there's also a version available with a side window).
So here you can actually install two 120/140mm intake fans to drastically improve the airflow inside the case (the window version has room for 2x120mm ones).
The front fascia is well designed with several edges that give the case an somewhat aggressive look.
The Enermax logo is present on the top front of the fascia.
The Ostrog features four 5.25" drive bays and one 3.5"/1.44FDD bay something we don't see much (most midi towers only have three 5.25" bays).
A white meshed frame surrounds the front fascia adding to the overall looks of the unit (the same frame is also available in black, blue and red).
The product name and logo is placed on the lowest end of the front fascia.
The top I/O features one USB 3.0 port, 3 USB 2.0 ports, reset button, power on/off button, power LED, activity LED, headphone and microphone 3.5mm mini-jacks and the Enermax logo (placed right above it).
At the top of the Ostrog you can also install up to 2x120/140m exhaust fans.
As usual the rear of the case also features a black color but i was surprised to see a handle for easier removal of the left side panel.
An 120mm exhaust fan is present on the rear of the case right beneath two water cooling grommets.
Here we see the usual 7 PCI expansion slots.
Moving to the lower end of the rear as expected we see the power supply space.
Both plates are held in place with rubber coated thumbscrews.
Taking a look at the bottom of the case we see two a large removable air filter placed right beneath the PSU spot and 4 round rubber feet.
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