Sliding off the panel with the window reveals the inner workings of the Enermax Giant Ostrog. Up to eight 3.5″ drives can be installed. Pulling off the front bezel shows off the two 140mm LED intake fans.
One of the features that I really like is the cut out that is included in most modern cases. This cut out allows the user to replace/change the backplate required on most high performance CPU coolers without removing the motherboard. The hole is large enough to provide enough clearance for most backplates.
The Enermax Giant Ostrog can house a total of 10 hard drives; eight 3.5″ drives and two 2.5″ drives. The 3.5″ bays are split into two groups of four. The top most drive cage is removable.
The top of the case has enough room for two 140mm fans or a 240mm radiator for those who choose to use water cooling.