ASUS ROG Hyperion GR701 - PC chassis review

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Introducing the ASUS ROG Hyperion GR701 - PC chassis review
A Luxurious Addition to the ASUS Flagship Line of PC Cases

The ASUS ROG Hyperion GR701 emerges as the latest gem in ASUS's flagship collection of computer enclosures. This superior PC chassis combines an elegantly modern aesthetic with first-rate construction and an integrated fan/RGB controller. It comes standard with a multitude of pre-mounted fans and boasts generous room to accommodate a diverse assortment of hardware setups. Despite the installation process not matching the opulence of other cases within this cost category, the final product is unequivocally elite. The ROG Hyperion GR701 delivers an exceptionally deluxe PC-building journey, making it a top-notch choice for those planning to assemble a potent, high-performing gaming rig or workstation PC. While not the largest case on the market, it certainly makes a statement with its two 420mm-class radiators (one front, one top) and weight of over 20kg. At a price of $499.99, it's definitely not cheap, although we've seen its street price hoever just abocv the 400 euro marker. Apart from its unique radiator support and weight, the Hyperion's features are what you would expect from a high-end PC case. The dark tempered-glass side panels with lift-off hinges, black anodized brushed aluminum accents, and sand-cast textured aluminum cage with integrated feet and carrying handles all contribute to its sleek and sophisticated design. The Hyperion also features plenty of ARGB lighting, a variety of fans, and a plethora of expansion slots. The Hyperion strikes a balance between novelty and familiarity, making it an ideal choice for mega-tower buffs with a penchant for luxury. However, for anyone else, it may be overkill. If you're willing to pay the hefty price tag, the Asus ROG Hyperion (GR701) could be worth that massive investment for those who demand the best in design and performance. Let's startup this review, but not before we had a peek at our build.


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