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Enermax Releases White Version of the Ostrog PC Chassis

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    After the official presentation of the Ostrog case series in June, it is continuously growing in popularity. Fitted with features and functions that are normally reserved for the premium-class models, the midi tower offers much comfort and a lot of space at an affordable price.

    According to the hardware configuration, end users can upgrade the Ostrog cooling system up to maximum seven fans. The wider 200 mm case body saves space for higher CPU coolers and longer high-performance graphic cards due to a removable HDD cage. That way, Ostrog covers multiple fields of application. It can accommodate a workstation for office use as well as a high-end gaming PC.

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    With the new model ECA3253-WB, the manufacturer answers the wishes of many end users and presents a completely white coated Ostrog. Unlike the standard version, it comes with an acrylic side window that reveals the eye-catching white coated interior with the installed hardware. Another special accessory is a magnetic dust filter that users can flexibly attach inside or outside the top panel - depending on the utilisation purpose of the top fan slots. Apart from that, all other features are identical with the ECA3250 models: The white Ostrog is equipped with a 12 cm rear fan at delivery, four USB ports (1x USB 3.0, 3x USB 2.0) and provides a 3.5"-to-2.5" adapter in order to support the installation of 2.5" HDDs and SSDs.

    The new Ostrog model ECA3253-WB is from next week on available for sale. MSRP incl. VAT: £53.90 / 67.90 Euro. Technical details and products photos you can find at the Ostrog product page.
     
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    Yeah well why not? Looks good imo. I prefer the black version though.
     
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    I like the looks. The black/white is nice too, at least in the pics:

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    That's a reasonably attractive case, and the pricing is pretty good.
     
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    Seems like this'd go nicely with the white Bitfenix stuff from today.
     
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    Agreed!
     
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    If they bring out one without the perforations in the side window, I'll buy it right away.
     
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    Word! I hated fan perforations on acrylic side windows... there was a test done with the CM Sniper where the side fans obstructed airflow and actually caused higher overall temps, so I'm not sure how useful they are to begin with.
     
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    Looks good in the grey black scheme.
     

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