Latest Enermax Chassis and Cooler Shown at Computex 2014



/ 5 years ago

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Computex 2014: The latest model of the Enermax Ostrog is a real beast, offering plenty of room for a high-end gaming rig with SLI configuration, water cooling and lots of storage. The front panel is made up of squeeze-clip removable 5.25″ drive bay covers, each of which can be removed individually.

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The chassis comes bundled with this awesome expansion slot adaptor which allows you to install an SSD in the back of your chassis. It still uses normal SATA cables, but should you wish to strip out your hard drive bays for extra water cooling then you’ll appreciate being able to expand your storage options this way. Better still, Enermax will sell these drive bay kits separately to the chassis, so anyone can real the benefits from them.

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Around the right side of the chassis you’ll find a fold down headset mount.

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Finally, we also spotted their Liqmax II cooler, an upgraded version of their incredible Liqtech cooler and since we found the Liqtech to be some of the best AIO water coolers ever made, we really can’t wait to see what this new one can do. Unfortunately it was behind glass and we weren’t able to get a really good look at it, but I expect more details will follow in the coming weeks.

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