Enermax Ostrog ADV Computer Case


The Ostrog ADV really does do it all. Its tool-free design is all encompassing and invaluable to any PC user that regularly needs quick access to any given area inside its walls. The cable management features are well thought out and make a big difference when it comes to saving space; maneuvering around the interior of the case and just generally things look nice and neat and of course. The Ostrog ADV is visually appealing both inside and out, as the various LED options and the color matched-interior are certainly a nice touch, as well as the large side window that allows for you to take it all in. The Ostrog ADV is a well thought-out, durable case with many practical features as well as being appealing to the eye with its multiple LED lighting modes and the color matched motherboard tray. It’s also competitive in pricing for a case with this many features. Because of its all-around solid design, multitude of features and a price on par with comparable cases we have given the Enermax Ostrog ADV the Bjorn3D Seal of Approval.


Enermax Ostrog ADV Pros Enermax Ostrog ADV Cons
  • Tool Free Access, Inside & Out
  • Visually Appealing
  • Competitive Price
  • Useful Cable Management Features


  • The LED lighting modes can be a bit bright in a dark room. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but it can be a bit of a strain depending where the case sits in your vision and the mode it is set to.

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