Tuesday, November 10th 2015

ENERMAX Launches the OSTROG LITE ATX Chassis With PSU Shroud

ENERMAX, the Taiwan-based power supply and chassis company, today launched their newest addition to their PC chassis lineup. Dubbed the OSTROG LITE, it stands as a compact mid-tower chassis for entry-level gaming rigs, featuring a low-profile hairline surface front panel. As the name implies, the new product features a separate enclosure for your PSU, making sure to keep all those unsightly cables hidden and, as a bonus, improving the airflow.
The OSTROG LITE can accommodate up to 6 fans for effective cooling, and brings support for 152 mm-tall CPU coolers, up to 390 mm-long VGA cards, and up to 180mm ATX PSUs. It features two standard USB 2.0 and one high-speed USB 3.0 at the top of the chassis. On the other hand, the OSTROG LITE is also equipped with magnetic, removable dust filters to prevent dust accumulation and ease your cleaning pleasure. The chassis also boasts of a tinted acrylic side panel, which provides a "low profile, mysterious look for your rigs' interior". It allows for the installation of up to 3 x 3.5" HDDs and 4 x 2.5" SSDs. with a single 5.25" to 3.5" converter being included, and supports 120 mm radiators.
The OSTROG LITE is now available on the companies' website, though no pricing was disclosed.
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5 Comments on ENERMAX Launches the OSTROG LITE ATX Chassis With PSU Shroud

#1
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
great info, not so great pics! way too small...

Regards,
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Raevenlord
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peche said:
great info, not so great pics! way too small...

Regards,
ENERMAX's press release only had these, and the ones at their site are exactly the same... :(
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#3
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Raevenlord said:
ENERMAX's press release only had these, and the ones at their site are exactly the same... :(
thats completely a shame!
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#4
jaw shwaa
is that a cross fire bridge? looks like my living room pc with two 6970s in it :P
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#5
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
jaw shwaa said:
is that a cross fire bridge? looks like my living room pc with two 6970s in it :p
looks like the one supplied with 1155-1156 boards...
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