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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Great review, Neil. Very nice case with lots of options. Are you using this as your main case now?
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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Neil not a bad case and a good review I think I have its little brother it looks very familiar
    And I have to agree with Jim I think its a bit over priced

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Good review Neil! The Blackhawk Ultra sure looks a lot like the Enermax Fulmo GT, also the same price.

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    youre right Stan.It dose look the same. Hummmm make's you wonder.

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Good review Neil! The Blackhawk Ultra sure looks a lot like the Enermax Fulmo GT, also the same price.

    Attachment 2926Attachment 2927 Attachment 2928
    Thats why I think is should be less.

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Nice review Neil
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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Price may be a bit higher, but still not to bad of a value, If this case was prices right about where the Switch 810 is it would be a hot seller also...
    But I can see this case to be a hot modder case. So much room and the clean lines make this a easy case to mod.

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Thanks guys, (and again, thanks to my editor) this case was a Newegg "Shell~Shocker" for $149.00 last week. It's priced at $189.00 at Newegg right now, but that includes free shipping and considering it's size, that's a big plus.
    Sam, Yes I'm using it as my main system case now and airflow is outstanding. I think that Rosewill hit one out of the park with this case if you have the room for it. My CM-HAF-932 and CM-Sniper cases are probably gonna be sold now.

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    yup this case look very resembling to Enermax Fulmo GT case. It has the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

    The Good - spacious, all fans and today's case features.
    The Bad - only 4 external 5.25" bay for full tower, it will be in trouble if you have dual-bay res and fan controller.
    The Ugly - very blah aesthetics, two many fan holes for a acrylic windows. Does it really need ventilation behind the CPU? (right side panel)

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    "The Good - spacious, all fans and today's case features."

    Hellofalotta room inside,....Yep! Lots of fans too. Most are Red and I like that. The Hot Swap SATA port on top is nice and it works well. I like that it has the ability to use two PSU's too.

    "The Bad - only 4 external 5.25" bay for full tower, it will be in trouble if you have dual-bay res and fan controller."

    That still leaves room for a BluRey/DVD Burner.


    "The Ugly - very blah aesthetics, two many fan holes for a acrylic windows. Does it really need ventilation behind the CPU? (right side panel)"

    To me, the aesthetics are perfect. I don't like flashy cases.
    There's no acrylic on it, but there are a lot of places to put fans on the side panel. (that looks a little busy) Space for nine 120mm fans on that door is something. It would be easy to replace the wire mesh with acrylic.
    The Fan Blank behind the CPU space is a different idea, and I wouldn't use it unless I was having trouble with cooling my CPU with normal methods. Then I might try it out to see what effect it has. I've seen it before on other cases, but none of them had the room for a full thickness fan back there. This case does.

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post

    There's no acrylic on it, but there are a lot of places to put fans on the side panel. (that looks a little busy) Space for nine 120mm fans on that door is something. It would be easy to replace the wire mesh with acrylic.
    The Fan Blank behind the CPU space is a different idea, and I wouldn't use it unless I was having trouble with cooling my CPU with normal methods. Then I might try it out to see what effect it has. I've seen it before on other cases, but none of them had the room for a full thickness fan back there. This case does.
    what do you mean by no acrylic...isn't the window made out of acrylic?

    The pre-drilled fan's mounting holes and CPU's vents remind me of cheap sub $50 cases that you can get at TigerDirect. I don't like flashy cases either, the Blackhawk and Fulmo looks similar but for some for some reason I like the Enermax better. Perhaps the side mesh is better looking than clear window.

    IMO, today you don't really need a fan behind the CPU because most mobo has socket back-plate, this back-plate also acted as heatspreader.

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Not acrylic, Wire Mesh like the front and top. Just like the Fulmo.
    Rosewill has other companies make a lot of their products as I understand it.
    Maybe this is manufactured by Enermax under contract.
    You're right about the rear fan most likely. As I said, I wouldn't use it unless I was having issues with temps to begin with..

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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    damn, the whole time I thought the mesh is acrylic sheet


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    Default Re: Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

    Nice looking case and nice review RealNeil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    damn, the whole time I thought the mesh is acrylic sheet
    It's the same mesh as the Enermax Fulmo GT, but it has places (and grommets) for many more fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PC_User View Post
    Nice looking case and nice review RealNeil
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