A Detailed Look – At the Inside
The Ostrog GT Gaming case offers a lot of usable space inside for a mid-tower enclosure. Looking into the case from the left side reveals a fairly typical ATX mid-tower case layout with the power supply located at the bottom instead of up top.
The top section of the enclosure is dominated by the motherboard area, which features a large cutout opening behind the CPU area for easy access to mount CPU coolers. There are several openings around the motherboard area for neatly routing cables and wires.
In the upper right are three external 5.25” drive bays, which include easy to use, tool-less drive locking mechanisms.
Looking down towards the bottom of the Ostrog GT case reveals two HDD cages towards the front and the power supply mounting area towards the back. The upper HDD cage is removable and there are two hidden 2.5” drive locations.
Each HDD cage can hold up to four 3.5” HDDs, for a total of eight internal 3.5” devices. If you don’t need eight HDDs you can remove the upper drive cage to make room for an extra-long graphics adapter card or to leave more room for cable routing.
Removing the left side panel provides access to the areas behind the motherboard and beside the drive cages, which offers a lot of room to neatly route and conceal cables.