In a video posted to its YouTube channel yesterday, Enermax showed off its Ostrog Advance case. You might want to turn down your speakers a bit before watching the video below, as there's a bit of a bang to go with the flash.
It's a little difficult to tell from all that CG, but the Ostrog Advance features two USB 3.0 ports and two USB 2.0 ports on its top panel, along with a fan speed controller, audio jacks, and lighting controls. There's also room for a 280mm all-in-one cooler. The top and front panels have quick releases and the internal drive mounting is a tool-free design.
Of course you can't miss the light show on this case, and the Ostrog Advance actually synchronizes the front panel lighting animations with the LEDs in the fans. Seems like something that could be nice to pair with one of a number of motherboards we're fond of.
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