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Ultra Grid Mid Tower Case

Former staff writer    -   March 18, 2007


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Testing:

I’ve already come to the conclusion that the Ultra Grid is sturdy enough to protect the components inside, versatile enough to accommodate drives of different sizes, but how well does it cool and is it quiet? (considering it has two 120mm fans and the PSU has two 80mm fans)


Testing Setup:

  • AMD 64 3700+ Sandy
  • MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum
  • OCZ Platinum Rev. 2 DDR 3200 2x512 Memory
  • Ultra Grid ATX Mid-Tower Case
  • XFX 7600 GT XXX
  • Ultra 700W XVS PSU
  • Maxtor Diamond Max 10 200Gb SATA
  • Memorex 52x CD/RW
  • Windows XP Media Center

I’ll test idle and load temperatures inside the case, my room temperature is climate controlled @ 24° C.

(all charts are measured in °C)






As you can see, the case temperatures did not fluctuate nor did the motherboard or HDD temperatures. As expected, the CPU and PSU temperatures did rise with 100% load, but overall did not rise enough to make me worry.




  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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