Enermax launches the Ostrog ADV LED chassis

Enermax launches the Ostrog ADV LED chassis

Enermax has released a new computer chassis called Ostrog ADV. The main feature of this new Enermax product is that it comes with the so-called MaxBriteTM LED technology, which makes the case stand out from the competition. This means that the Ostrog ADV PC case comes with ultra-bright LED strips that deliver consistent and uniform luminance and in addition to them the case has two Enermax Vegas LED fans pre-installed in the front panel. The combination provides six LED modes for unique experiences. Moreover the Ostrog ADV features built-in memory that allows users to save their favorite lighting mode.

The case features tool-less technology and enough internal space to house mini ITX, micro-ATX and ATX motherboards as well as 280/240mm liquid cooling systems on top. Inside the Ostrog ADV features six 2.5-inch bays for SSDs/HDDs and up front the case offers three 5.25-inch bays for optical drives. The front panel is also the home of two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and HD Audio connectors. The case features an integrated fan speed controller too that can connect to up to three fans for improved internal air circulation.

The new Enermax Ostrog ADV case will be available this month in three colors – blue, red and green. The price of the new Ostrog ADV chassis is unknown.

Source: Enermax

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