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Ultra Grid Mid Tower Case

Former staff writer    -   March 18, 2007


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The motherboard tray is not removable and for me, that’s not a problem. It seems that I usually take more time replacing the motherboard tray after removing it than the time it takes to screw everything on.


All of the drive bays are tool less: four external 5.25”, two external 3.5” and four internal 3.5”. The drives are secured from the left with a locking butterfly clip and from the right with non removable clips built on the case.

 


The Ultra Grid comes equipped with two 120 mm fans one in front (as shown on front bezel) and one at the rear. The case is ATX style and has seven expansion slots.

 


The case comes with one final component, a power supply. Many of us don’t choose to purchase a case that comes with a PSU and honestly they are usually very unstable and are not something that I want to risk with. Ultra is known to manufacturer high end PSUs but can you trust this 700W modular PSU?




  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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