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THE OSTROG INTERIOR
The interior of the case is also black in color and quite roomy, for a midi tower that is.
As you can see there all four 5.25" bays feature tool-less locking mechanisms (which are quite sturdy btw).
One of those bays comes fitted with a 5.25" to 3.5" adapter.
Right beneath we see the 3.5" drive bay which can either be used for a floppy drive or an 3.5" drive (also features the same locking mechanism).
As usual the 3.5" drive cage is placed right beneath and can support up to 3 drives.
One of the good features Enermax gave the Ostrog is that you can use even the longest graphics cards by removing the HDD cage as seen above.
By doing that you still have room for two 3.5" drives and if you decide to use the Floppy space and one of the 5.25" bays that adds up to 4 drives (who needs more and gets a midi tower?).
The normal ATX size mainboard spacers are pre-installed onto the motherboard tray and aside the quite large CPU hole there are 2 more present for cable management purposes.
Cable management is obviously not its strong card but we've seen worse in the past.
The rear exhaust 120mm fan is regular and comes without any type of protective grill.
All 7 PCI expansion slots are secured via regular screws or thumbscrews (so the Ostrog is not entirely tool-less in design).
The power supply unit sits ontop of 4 rubber anti-vibration feet and right next to it you can mount yet another 120mm intake fan.
Unfirtunately you can't mount a radiator at the top of the case due to space limitations.
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