Now that we've seen what the case offers, and what it looks like bare, let's go ahead and put the system in. The following components were installed into the MicroFly for this review...
» MSI RS480M2-IL (MS-7093) mATX motherboard
» AMD Athlon64 3000+ processor
» 1.5GB DDR400 memory
» 1 - Seagate 160GB SATA 1.5 Gbps hard drive
» 1 - Seagate 500GB SATA 3 Gbps hard drive
» Sapphire Radeon X850XT graphics card
» NEC 16X DVD-RW
» Vantec 9-in-1 Internal card reader.
First we can see the processor, memory, and motherboard mounted on the removable motherboard tray.
Next we add in the graphics card, and although unrelated to the case, we see that one PCI slot is now lost.
Next we have a rear view and a top view of the system with the motherboard tray re-installed.
With the motherboard, processor, memory, and graphics card installed there is still plenty of room. So let's see what it looks like once the drives are installed.
First we have the drives mounted in the hard drive cage, and then we see the cage mounted into the case and all of the wires connected.
As you can see the power cables aren't very long, and the case has a nice hole in it for bringing up either your SATA or PATA cables. Again, kudos to Ultra Products for thinking of that.