If the choices are to go big or go home, Rosewill clearly opted for the former with its new Blackhawk Ultra computer case. Just how big is the Blackhawk Ultra really? According to Rosewill, it's spacious enough to fit two power supplies, if you were so inclined, or perhaps of more utility is the ability to mount an HPTX motherboard like EVGA's Super Record 2 (SR2).
It can also accommodate XL-ATX, E-ATX, SSI CEB, and standard ATX motherboards, as far as compatibility goes. Going by the numbers, the Blackhawk Ultra measures 9.45 inches (W) x 25 inches (H) x 25.99 inches (D) with front and top panels included, or 9.06 inches x 23.63 inches x 24.41 inches without. All told, it weighs over 36 pounds, and closer to 37 pounds.
The Blackhawk Ultra is, appropriately enough, an all-black chassis. It's made of steel and four external 5.25-inch drive bays (one of which can fit a 3.5-inch drive), ten internal 3.5-inch drive bays, 10 expansion slots, a pair of USB 3.0 front panel ports, two USB 2.0 ports, audio inputs, a pair of front-mounted 140mm red LED fans (included), a rear 140mm fan (included), three top mounted 120mm/140mm fans (optional), and a pre-installed side 230mm fan that can be swapped out for nine 120mm fans (optional).
is available now for $230 MSRP.
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