This week I have been taking a look at the Ostrog, a mid-tower sized PC chassis from Enermax. The budget price range market for mid-range pc chassis isn’t exactly lacking for choice though, with almost every chassis manufacturer putting out something under the £50 price bracket. I’m looking forward to seeing if this chassis offers anything new to the mix and to once again find out just how far your money can go, especially given this chassis only costs a little over £40 shipped from a few online retailers.
Enermax Technology has been around now since 1990, with over 20 years experience in making everything from PC power supplies, chassis, cooling solutions, keyboards and more, but they’re not normally the first brand that pops into your head when you think of a PC chassis, at least not here in the UK they aren’t. Some of their chassis products have been getting attention here such as their “jumbo tower” Fulmo GT, so it will be interesting to see what they have to offer on a much smaller scale and price range.
So come and take a look at the next few pages where I will be taking a closer look at just what Enermax have to offer in this chassis and to see just how well it handles the installation of our mid-range gaming system.
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