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Rosewill Blackhawk

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Overall 7

Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

PC Magazine
8 September 2013
  • Conclusion: If you need a PC tower that can handle dual-socket workstation systems or three to four video cards, the Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra should be on your short list.
  • Pros: Extremely well-ventilated tower. Multiple power supply support. Plenty of storage.
  • Cons: Very high price. Benefits will only be appreciated by a small number of potential buyers.
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Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra Case Review: Were It Not For Competition

28 March 2013
  • Conclusion: The brute force approach to cooling that Rosewill has taken with the Blackhawk Ultra case is almost kind of awe inspiring. They've essentially thrown so many fans at the cooling problem and offered such flexibility in arranging the cooling system that it's hard to really beat them on that front. This case moves a tremendous amount of air, and when you install a very high end system in it, the power of all of those fans becomes apparent.
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Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra Case Review

Hardware Secrets
6 December 2011
  • Summary: The Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra has advantages and disadvantages over its main competitor, the Enermax Fulmo GT. Both are based on the same platform and are in the same price range, but the Rosewill model has fewer USB 3.0 ports, doesn’t come with a switch for turning off the LEDs of the fans, and doesn’t come with a fan speed controller. On the other hand, it comes with eight fans installed (the Fulmo GT comes with five) and supports more fans on the left panel.
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Overall 10

Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra

9 July 2012
  • Excerpt: Super tower-sized chassis that's well suited to water cooling.
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