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Enermax Giant Ostrog Mid-Tower Computer Case

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Installation

Enermax Giant Ostrog Mid-Tower Computer Case Enermax Giant Ostrog Mid-Tower Computer Case

I mentioned earlier that the top portion of the drive bays could be removed. This option facilitates the use of long video cards. Another advantage of removing the drive bay it allows the fan to blow air directly across the card.

Enermax Giant Ostrog Mid-Tower Computer Case

Installation of the hard drives is a snap. Attach the rails to the drive and slide it into the slot. Tabs on the end of the rails lock the drive into place. Rubber pads isolate the drive from the case to help reduce noise.

Enermax Giant Ostrog Mid-Tower Computer Case

The installation of the 2.5″ drives is easy as well. However, in order to screw the drive completely in you will need to remove the cage which is easy thanks to the provided thumb screws on the bottom of the case.

Enermax Giant Ostrog Mid-Tower Computer Case

The only installation issue that I ran into occurred when I tried to install a large power supply in the Enermax Giant Ostrog. As you can see the length of the power supply was just a little much and the 2.5″ drive cage was in the way. Removing the drive cage solved the issue. After the power supply was installed I was able to reinstall the 2.5″drive cage however, the fit between the drive cage and the power supply wires is a little tight for my liking.

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Tom Brokaw

Tom is a network and computer hardware enthusiast. He has been reviewing hardware products around for various sites around the net since 1999. He has modded a few cases back in the day.

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