|Rosewill Blackhawk-Ultra HPTX Computer Case|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by David Ramsey|
|Friday, 09 December 2011|
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Detailed Interior Features
Rosewill provides two "fan power breakout" boards: one at the top of the case and one at the bottom. Each breakout board takes one 4-pin Molex connector and provides six three-pin fan connectors. As delivered, all of the case's fans except the 120mm rear exhaust fan are connected to these breakout boards.
The bottom 5.25" drive bay comes fitted with a removable 3.5" device adapter.
This rear interior view shows both power supply mounting areas and the 120mm rear exhaust fan. Note that you'd have to remove the top rear fan to fit a power supply in the upper mounting.
Speaking of those top fans, here's a close-up look. Like the front and side panel panels, they're lit with red LEDs when they're running. You can remove these fans and mount a 3x120mm radiator in their place.
Let's see what it would be like to build a system in this case.