Anyone who has tinkered with computers for any amount of time will immediately know the name Ultra. With a number of products that cover case fans and lights, designer cases, DVD products, hard drive coolers, media drives, complete memory solutions, memory coolers and power supplies, these folks can provide you with a large selection of upgrade items.
Today we will be taking a look at one of their system enclosures, the m998. It is a mid-tower design based around the ATX standard and has some features that may be a little different than what you have seen in the past.
Of course, there are a lot of choices in this market segment, so our job is to sort out the features and help you decide whether it might be a worthy option for your next upgrade or system build. So relax for a bit as we dig a little deeper into the Ultra m998 mid-tower enclosure.
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