Ultra X3 800 Watt Modular ReviewMakaveli - December 17, 2007
Category: Power Supplies
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Does your power supply have enough watts to fully support your computer? Do you have room to upgrade your components and not worry about lacking the watts to power everything? Is it easy to manage your cables within your computer? Are there no unused cables from your power supply dangling in your case? If you’ve answered “No” to any of the above questions, it’s time to upgrade to something that will fulfill all of your current and future needs. Let’s take a look at the all new Ultra X3 800 watt modular power supply to see what it’s capable of.
A modular power supply is the new style of power supplies, in which the user connects only the cables they need to the power supply. This can greatly improve cable management inside your case. Now it’s time to see if this Ultra X3 800 watt modular power supply has what it takes. Will it succeed in fulfilling those attributes we listed? Will it be stable and consistent? Join me as I thoroughly break down everything about the Ultra X3 800 watt modular power supply.
The Ultra X3 came packaged in a fairly large box that had the product name printed in large gold letters, on the front and back. The top of the box has a flap that, when lifted, displays the X3, specifications of the unit, as well as the modular cables it features.
I realized that this outer layer is a shell for the box that actually holds the Ultra X3 unit. Once you open the box under this shell, you’ll find a smaller black box lying on top of a securely packaged X3.
Now let’s unwrap the Ultra X3 800 watt modular power supply and see what it’s made of!