ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has revealed the ROG Hyperion GR701, a completely revamped full-tower gaming case.
For styling, the chassis is decked out with anodized metal and hairline finishes, and the fan hub and lighting panel all support Aura Sync. With a focus on airflow, the Hyperion has large channels in the front and a grille on top to ensure components stay cool and perform at their best, supporting up to two 420mm radiators for heatsinks, and four 140mm fans, liquid cooling, or fully custom loops.
The tower provides plenty of room for beefy graphic cards and also features an expansive cable management chamber that is 34mm deep with a 46mm wide routing channel. It can fit up to 12-inch E-ATX motherboards and has dual USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C ports on the front, along with plenty of expansion slots for future upgrades, including large graphics cards like the ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4090. The interior panel next to the motherboard allows space for a radiator, ARGB fans and multiple 2.5-inch SSDs as well.
The Hyperion also boasts a small embedded drawer for storage, toolless side panels, and an included lighting board for added visual flair. The ROG Hyperion GR701 will be available later this month at an MRP of Rs. 43,900 through authorized ASUS stores, partners, and major online stores.