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Enermax Ostrog ADV Case Pictured, to be Unveiled at Pax East

At Pax East (Apr 22-24), Enermax plans to unveil two new cases, the Ostrog ADV (pictured below), and a new micro-ATX case it calls "SteelWing." Pictured below, the Ostrog ADV is a color LED-equipped variant of the original Ostrog, featuring LED bands framing the front facade, the top fan exhaust vents, the interiors (visible through large acrylic windows), and a pair of 120 mm front-intake fans.

The Ostrog Adv features what Enermax is calling "MaxBrite Technology," giving you control over the illumination and its brightness. The rest of its feature-set appears the same as the original Ostrog. Enermax didn't detail the SteelWing beyond mentioning that it features "full aluminium craftsmanship and reinforced glass."

ENERMAX Announces the Ostrog Advance Chassis

The prototype of the Ostrog Advance made its debut at the 2015 Taipei Computex, and it received a great number of requests for its final version. Now in 2016 CES, after more than 6 months of product improvement, ENERMAX proudly presents the neatly designed, yet elegant Ostrog Advance with the astonishing LED lighting effect that equipped with 262 LED diodes.

ENERMAX is once again making the impossible possible by implementing ENERMAX's distinctive LED layout technology, this craftsmanship allows the LED diodes to be closely arrayed for extraordinary and unsurpassed lighting results. The Ostrog Adavnce LED version also comes with 2 synchronized ENERMAX T.B. Vegas fans in the front panel in order to complete with spectacular x6 different LED lighting movements.

Enermax Debus the Ostrog.Q and Thorex PC Cases

With the Ostrog and the Vostok Advanced series, Enermax already carries two successful chassis lines which are designed for professional system building: The manufacturer follows an elegant, clean design and relies on a sturdy and user-friendly structure. Now, Enermax introduces Ostrog.Q and Thorex, two new compact midi towers which support standard ATX mainboards as well as the smaller micro-ATX form factor models.

Ostrog.Q: Functional Structure with High Cooling Capacity
In comparison with the remaining models of the Ostrog series, the new Ostrog.Q chassis is more compact. To overcome the space limitation, Enermax has adjusted the cooling concept of the new case: A large mesh front with two 12 cm fan mounting slots increases the fresh air supply. Filters behind the mesh protect the system from dust. Ostrog.Q comes with one 12 cm rear fan pre-installed which dissipates the warm air from the system. Apart from that, the chassis accommodates two side and one top fan optionally.

Enermax Announces Ostrog GT Case

The budget Ostrog case is one of the best-selling midi towers from Enermax ever. The flexible, spacious construction with its highly expandable cooling system has found a lot of followers. Hardware experts from all around the globe highlight the outstanding price-performance ratio and excellent quality of the Ostrog tower. Reasons enough to present an upgrade version for performance gaming systems. The new Ostrog GT appears much more aggressive than the entry-level version. Two 14cm LED fans in the front and a tinted acrylic side window emphasize the eye-catching design of the new Enermax chassis.

Like the basic Ostrog version, the Ostrog GT is predestined for a strong cooling system. The tower is delivered with three fans (one rear and two front fans) and can accommodate up to 10 fans. Special feature: Each of the two HDD cages provides two 12cm fan slots. That way, the case allows for a very effective cooling of hard disk drives. Apart from that, Enermax has taken into account the requirements of high-performance air CPU coolers and liquid coolers. The punched out side panel creates space for more powerful tower coolers with higher heat sinks (up to 184.3mm heights) and the elevated case top supports the integration of 240/280 mm radiators.

Enermax Releases White Version of the Ostrog PC Chassis

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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