Ultra Grid Mid Tower CaseFormer staff writer - March 18, 2007
A grid can be known as a standard method for the location of a point on a map or model that provides the ability to perform higher throughput computing. This Grid deals with computing, but does it have the ability to help you achieve a higher throughput? Ultra has developed a computer enclosure called the Grid; a mid-tower ATX tower case that features an acrylic side panel, an Ultra XVS 700W modular PSU, and a swing out bezel to hide what many consider unsightly drive bays. Will the Ultra Grid be functional enough to provide as implied in its name?
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The Ultra Grid Mid-Tower ATX Case comes nicely packaged with a picture of its contents and a nice diamond plate background.
The external packaging looks to be in good shape it didn’t seem to be damaged at all during shipping but sometimes packages can get beaten up while in transport. If that did happen would the internal support be able to handle the abuse?