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Ultra m998 Mid-Tower ATX Case Review

Manufacturer: Ultra Products

Features and Specifications

Don’t let the name fool you.  Ultra’s m998 mid-tower case is much more than a utilitarian enclosure.  It may be named after the rugged and versatile M998 HMMWV (Humvee) military vehicles but it features a wealth of useful features.  Ultra designed the m998 mid-tower ATX enclosure for PC enthusiasts planning to build the ultimate gaming, multimedia, or high-end workstation system.  Inside the oversized, aluminum enclosure you will find two 120mm cooling fans, 11 drive bays, a removable motherboard tray and Ultra’s unique Power Bar system.  The m998 also comes with a large side window, removable top and side panels, and caster style feet.

(Courtesy of Ultra Products)

Ultra m998 ATX Enclosure Key Features:

•    Aluminum construction with elegant, clean styling

•    Black anodized finish inside and out

•    Removable top and side panels for easy access to internal components

•    Large acrylic side window with CPU and VGA vent openings

•    Removable chrome-plated steel motherboard tray

•    Two 120mm case fans included (front and back)

•    Ultra Power Bar power distribution and cable management system

•    11 Drive bays (6 externally accessible and 5 internal HDD bays)

•    Front mounted controls and I/O panel with eSATA

•    Standard feet or lockable caster style wheels

Ultra m998 Specifications (from Ultra’s website)

The Ultra m998 mid-tower enclosure ships wrapped in plastic and nestled between large Styrofoam end caps inside a bright orange and black retail box.

Securely packed inside the enclosure are two small boxes and a brief multi-language User’s Manual. One box contains the optional casters and the second box contains all the accessories (screws, hardware, I/O plate, SATA cable, and the Power Bar cables).

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