Well seeing that I haven't posted a lot lately I thought I would toss this one in. It is by no means anything outrageous. Just a simple gaming rig to tote around when I do venture out.
Ultra MicroFly case
Ultra X2 UV 550 Watt PSU
EVGA uATX motherboard
Ultra X-Wind 120mm Copper heatsink
Dual XFX GeForce 7900 GS 256MB DDR3 ExTreme @ 525MHz core & 1.55GHz memory
AMD FX57 processor
Samsung combo DVD drive
Western Digital 250Gig Sata 3.0 hdd
This is the MicroFly in its stock form with the barebones hardware. The barebones came with the Ultra X-Finity 500 PSU which made the change to the X2 UV 550Watt for the modular cables. Basicly the plan with this is simply to have a rugged little case to tote around for events that I am able to partake in. The smaller the better .
From here down you will see the main reason why I wanted to go with the modular power supply. The less wires needed meant for a tidier setup.
As can be seen there is not a lot of room for error on one of these and I would have sworn the SLi bridge was going to hit the PSU once installed. There is very little room to spare.
The card in the 1st slot sits under neath the edge of the PSU / Optical drive support bracket.
The images here are a collection of images from the recent reviews I have been doing. Up to this point its still utilizing the X-Finity 500 and has had its fair share of bench marks ran over the course of the last few months. For a low dollar SLi rig, this is a nice setup to get your feet wet on. The 7900GS cards perform really well in SLi and at my normal gaming resolutions are more than enough to get me by. I run the maximum of 1280 x 1024 and these cards perform really good at that res with everything maxed out on most games.