Thursday, November 3rd 2011

Rosewill Announces BLACKHAWK-ULTRA Gaming Super Tower Computer Case

Rosewill the leading hardware solution provider bringing the best choice in value, announced its newest member of Rosewill gaming and performance computer case family, BLACKHAWK-ULTRA.

The BLACKHAWK-ULTRA has all the features that made the original BLACKHAWK a success, including a great design, led fans, and full black interior. Where the BLACKHAWK-ULTRA is unique is with the space that is offered inside of this case, you will be able to mount HPTX or even a second power supply if needed.

Specifications
  • Type ATX Super Tower
  • Color Black
  • Case Material Steel
  • With Power Supply No
  • Power Supply Mounted Bottom
  • Motherboard Compatibility ATX, SSI CEB, E-ATX, XL-ATX, HPTX
  • With Side Panel Window No
  • External 5.25" Drive Bays 3/4
  • External 3.5" Drive Bays 1/0
  • Internal 3.5" Drive Bays 10
  • Expansion Slots 10
  • Front Ports 2 x USB 3.0 / 2 x USB 2.0 / Audio In/Out(AC97, HD)
  • 140mm Fans 2 x Front 140mm Red LED Fan (first layer)(pre-installed) / 2 x Front 140mm
  • Red LED Fan (second layer)(pre-installed)
  • 230mm Fans 2 x Top 230mm Red LED Fan(pre-installed) / or 3 x 120/140mm Fan(option) / 1 x
  • Side 230mm Fan or 9 x 120mm Fan(option)
  • Side Air duct No
  • Dimensions(W x H x D) Front & top panels included - 240 x 635 x 660 mm (9.45” x 25” x 25.99” inch) / Front & top panels NOT included - 230 x 600 x 620 mm (9.06” x 23.63” x 24.41” inch)
  • Weight 16.6 Kgs / 36.6 lbs.
For more information, visit the product page.
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49 Comments on Rosewill Announces BLACKHAWK-ULTRA Gaming Super Tower Computer Case

#1
KieranD
They should have made it so you could detach half of the hard drive rack for air flow to go right into the case. I like the look but can imagine it being noisy.
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#2
ensabrenoir
Very good for rosewill looks high quality.......price wise...some may not want to pay that much for a rosewill. Sorta like buying a $40000 ford focus
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#3
TheLaughingMan
I don't get your analogy there. At that price a product from Ford would be a Mustang GT or a Lincoln Luxury Sedan.

I don't care who makes or brands the case as long as it fits my build and budget. If I have a need to build a home server or put an HTPC ITX build in a case with an ATX build I would consider this case. Or if you have an Extended ATX board and need the room.

With its feature list and solid steel construction, the price is just fine.
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#4
Steven B
i am not a fan of roswell, but this doesn't look to shappy, except for all those fan hols for the side panel, its like what is this case mode for every configuration lol?
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#5
to6ko91
this is bigger than the 932 and it has spot for 11 harddrives :eek:
and i think i like it alot
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#6
happita
Looks nice. But from past experience, more mesh = more noise :p
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#7
Sinzia
I wonder if the build quality is nicer than the Xiggy Elysium.... I have one, and its ok at best.
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#8
ensabrenoir
by: TheLaughingMan
I don't get your analogy there. At that price a product from Ford would be a Mustang GT or a Lincoln Luxury Sedan.

I don't care who makes or brands the case as long as it fits my build and budget. If I have a need to build a home server or put an HTPC ITX build in a case with an ATX build I would consider this case. Or if you have an Extended ATX board and need the room.

With its feature list and solid steel construction, the price is just fine.
This is the best case I've seen from rosewill period. But because its rosewill its seen as a value/entry level brand. Some won't fork out that for a rosewill. Like the new focus is actually quite nice compared to the original. But I still wouldn't pay a mustang or a lincoln price for it.
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#9
Widjaja
That's a case you can show to impress your new date!

OMG....it's so BIIIG!!
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#10
N3M3515
No side clear window, that's a fail in my book.
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#11
NC37
by: [H]@RD5TUFF
My god . . . it's both ultra and super. . . .

It looks decent but being rosewill I would never buy it.
Yeah, something about Rosewill I just don't like. Never even owned one of their cases. I just see them selling just about everything known to man and I think...rebadger, doesn't specialize, avoid!!
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#12
Rowsol
Not a fan of the side panel but everything else looks good. Love the 230s in the top.
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#13
Radical_Edward
Rosewill is a company that seems to be putting out better things the longer they are around. Its nice to seem them improving their offerings.
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#14
eidairaman1
what needs to happen is this, Supports WATX standard reverse side case

Reinforced Aluminum chassis
Removable Motherboard tray
Dual Powersupply capable

Fully Lockable Case
Tight(no movement of drives) Tooless Locking Bays

10x PCI/AGP/PCI E Slots

6x 5.25 bays
2x 3.5 bays
2x 3.5 hot swap bays at top that are lockable
6x 3.5 internal
2x 120/140 mm Fans up front
2x in Rear next to IO Template

1x 230 mm Fan at top

1x 239 mm Fan on Side

Passthrough fan for video cards

4x front USB 3.0 Ports

2x Front USB 2.0 Ports

Mic and Headphone Jack

Power and Reset Switch

Full Spectrum Color LED Fans (adjustable or able to randomly change via timer or flash/ pattern flash, or turn them off completely) High performance- High CFM Low noise

All Intake fans have a Low Resistance (High dust capture but low wind resitance washable filter.

Just some ideas is all
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#15
pantherx12
by: NC37
Yeah, something about Rosewill I just don't like. Never even owned one of their cases. I just see them selling just about everything known to man and I think...rebadger, doesn't specialize, avoid!!
This is how most companies we buy stuff from do things.
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#16
Fx
nice designs but I hate red
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#17
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Should be better than their Thor and Thor V2 cases which are in themselves, very awesome. I built one for my Nephew and he loves that thing. Priced a bit higher than the Thor, by like $70 though. May be worth it.
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#18
TheLaughingMan
by: eidairaman1
what needs to happen is this, Supports WATX standard reverse side case

Reinforced Aluminum chassis
Removable Motherboard tray
Dual Powersupply capable

Fully Lockable Case
Tight(no movement of drives) Tooless Locking Bays

10x PCI/AGP/PCI E Slots

6x 5.25 bays
2x 3.5 bays
2x 3.5 hot swap bays at top that are lockable
6x 3.5 internal
2x 120/140 mm Fans up front
2x in Rear next to IO Template

1x 230 mm Fan at top

1x 239 mm Fan on Side

Passthrough fan for video cards

4x front USB 3.0 Ports

2x Front USB 2.0 Ports

Mic and Headphone Jack

Power and Reset Switch

Full Spectrum Color LED Fans (adjustable or able to randomly change via timer or flash/ pattern flash, or turn them off completely) High performance- High CFM Low noise

All Intake fans have a Low Resistance (High dust capture but low wind resistance washable filter.

Just some ideas is all
Since most of that is covered by this case, I am not sure why you listed half this stuff. And why should any of that happen exactly?
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#19
Athlonite
by: micropage7

btw: super tower? looks like marketing words to make the market get more interested
at 240 x 635 x 660 mm that make it biiger than my RV02 by an considerable amount
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#20
eidairaman1
by: TheLaughingMan
Since most of that is covered by this case, I am not sure why you listed half this stuff. And why should any of that happen exactly?
just ideas for a case is all.
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#22
Wen
the one from Enermax, the LED seems can be switched off .. better looks, better specs!
by: entropy13
If you want the fans to be blue get the one from Enermax themselves:
http://www.ecomastertek.com/case_eca1092ag-bl.php

They changed which type of fans are where, as well as some white/silver trim along the front, but in every other aspect they're essentially the same thing.
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#23
entropy13
by: Wen
the one from Enermax, the LED seems can be switched off .. better looks, better specs!
The fans included are also more expensive too, they're the "Vegas" fans Enermax have. The one with that spiral-effect from the LEDs.
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