The Bottom and Rear Panels
The bottom panel has a single air filter, covering the power supply fan and the optional fans that you can install on the bottom panel.
The rear panel and the interior of the Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra are painted black, and are identical to the Fulmo GT’s, except that the reviewed model comes with a loop for installing a padlock or warranty
On the Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra, you can install the power supply on the top part of the case or at the bottom. You can even install two power supplies at the same time. However, the product doesn’t come with the required adapter to allow this installation. (It is easy to make it; all you need to do is to get a wire and connect the green wire of the two power supplies together.) As previously mentioned, if you install a power supply on the top part of the case, you will have to either move or remove the top fan.
The case comes with a 140 mm fan installed on its rear panel (Rosewill DF1402512SELN-GP). No technical specifications for this fan are available. It uses a standard fan three-pin connector.
As already explained, this case has 10 expansion slots. Usually, cases come with seven expansion slots. All slot covers are vented.
The Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra has seven holes for hoses of liquid cooling solutions, all using rubber covers. These holes are 1.1” (27 mm) in diameter.
As mentioned, this case comes with a loop for installing a padlock or warranty seal, preventing unauthorized people from opening the computer.
The case comes with a set of wheels, shown in Figure 12.
Let’s now take a look inside the Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra.