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Ultra Products MicroFly Micro ATX Case
Author: Brian Anderson
Manufacturer: Ultra Products
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Ultra Products MicroFly Micro ATX Case
August 03, 2006

Is bigger really better? If you ask Ultra Products, they may answer both yes and no. At least when you ask them about their MicroFly Micro ATX Case. I'm not sure if "Micro" is an accurate description of this case, as it is much bigger than most of the small form factor systems I have seen, but it is smaller then even a mini-tower or desktop case. All of these points can be considered both good and bad, just depending on your needs. Now that I have babbled about pretty much nothing, let's actually take a look at this case.


MicroFly Case Specifications:

Color: Black
Material: High Grade Aluminum
Dimensions: Depth: 15", Width: 11.25", Height: 9"
Drive Bay:
    2 - External 5.25" Bays
    1 - External 3.5" Bay
    2 - Internal 3.5" Hard Drive Bays
Form Factor: ATX
Expansion Slots: 4 Standard Slots
Case Fans: 1 - 120 mm, 1 - 80mm
LEDs: Green - Power, Orange - Hard Drive Access
Switches: Power, Reset
Easy access front panel:
    2 - USB 2.0
    1 - Firewire
    1 - Headphone
    1 - Microphone
Temperature Display

V-Series Power Supply Features:

Supports AMD and Intel Motherboards
Low Acoustic Noise
Meets ATX Version 2.03 and ATX 12V Version 1.2 Specifications
Short Circuit Protection
In-Rush Current Protection
Thermal Overload Cutoff Protection
MTBF > 100,000 Hours at Full Load, 110VAC and 25C Ambient Condition
FCC and UL Recognized
Connections:
    1 - 20/24 Pin Motherboard Connector
    1 - 4 Pin +12V Motherboard Connectors
    8 - 4 Pin Molex Connectors
    2 - 4 Pin Floppy Power Connectors
    1 - PCI Express Connector
    2 - SATA Connectors

Output:

AC Input: 115V/230V 10A/6A 60/50Hz
MAX Output - Current/Watts:
    +3.3V - 18A
    +5V - 30A
    +12V - 20A/240W
    -12V - 0.6A/7.2W
    -5V - 0.6A/3W
    +5VSB - 2A/10W
160W Combined +3.3V and +5V Rail
380W Combined +3.3V, +5V, and +12V Rail
20W Combined -12V, -5V, and +5VSB Rail
400W Max Combined Watts
Total Output Power: 400W (Full Load, Nominal Input Voltage)
Efficiency: 70% Typical at Full Load and Nominal Input Voltage

Input:

AC Input Voltage: 115V/230V
AC Input Frequency: 50-60Hz
AC Input Currents: 7.5A (RMS) for 115VAC input, 4.5A (RMS) for 230VAC input

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