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Ultra Grid Mid Tower Case

Former staff writer    -   March 18, 2007


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Closer Look:

Case:


The case itself has an acrylic side panel which contains two vent holes; the top is a CPU air duct which has a fan grill with the Ultra Logo and the bottom a vent to help cool your video card.

 


The whole case is done in a liquid black finish which gives the paint a strong appearance of being wet. It is also quite reflective, I had a very hard time keeping reflections away while taking the pictures.

 


The front bezel has a swing out door that is constructed of mesh to allow airflow to the fan that is connected to the drive bay panel. It also has an opening so you can access a CD/DVD ROM Drive or other peripheral.

 


Chassis Construction:


The case is constructed of steel, which gives it a very sturdy feel but I did think it was a little heavy even without anything in it. I prefer a lighter case but for those of you who like the solid construction a steel case has to offer, this one is for you.

 


The chassis of the case is very solid; if you're someone who accidentally bangs into their case on occasion, don’t worry it’ll probably hurt you more. I’ve cut my hands many times while installing my system in other cases and Ultra took time to ensure that there are very few if any sharp edges.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look Continued
  3. Closer Look Continued (The Case)
  4. Closer Look Continued (Working Components)
  5. Closer Look Continued (Power Supply)
  6. Installation
  7. Specifications
  8. Testing
  9. Testing (Power Supply)
  10. Conclusion
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