Enermax Ostrog ADV Computer Case

 

Enermax Ostrog ADV Computer Case

Introduction

Enermax, founded in 1990, is a Taiwan-based company that offers a variety of products including cooling fans, CPU coolers, PC chassis’ and other peripherals. The Ostrog is a new series they have added to their mid-tower chassis roster. While attempting to discover the reason for the unusual name, we learned that “Ostrog” is the name of a Monastery of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro. We believe that there is no relation between Enermax and the Monastery and can only wonder what made them choose such an unusual name for their product. The Ostrog, currently listed at $50 on Amazon, is a competitively priced entry-level case with a number of interesting features.

Specifications

Model Name ECA3380AS-BL ECA3380AS-R ECA3380AS-GN
Dimensions mm (D x W x H) 493 (19.41 inches) x 215 (8.46 inches) x 516 (20.32 inches)
M/B Type ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX
I/O USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, HD Audio, Fan Controller
Vegas LED Modes All on/Dimmed/Flash/Sparkle/Vegas/Off
LED Color Blue Red Green
M/B Tray/PCI Slot Color
Drive Bays 5.25” 3
3.5” 6 (Hidden)
2.5” 6 (Hidden, converted from 3.5” HDD trays)
Expansion Slots 7
Fan Slots Front 2 x 120mm fan (2 x ENERMAX Vegas LED fans pre-installed
Rear 1 x 120mm fan (1 x Enerflo fan pre-installed)
Top 2 x 140 / 120mm
Bottom 1 x 120mm
Liquid Cooling Top 280/240mm Radiator (60mm Height clearance)
Bottom 120mm Radiator
PSU Standard ATX PS2 (Optional)
Maximum Compatibility VGA Card Length: 414mm
CPU Cooler Height: 174mm

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