First teased in Computex 2018 in June last year, ASUS finally releases its first PC chassis from Republic of Gamers, named ROG Strix Helios. As ASUS starting to manufacturer more branded components, like the RYUO/RYUJIN CPU cooler and Thor power supply, you can truly make an All-ROG PC build with the new case.
The ROG Strix Helios is a premium case, constructed with brushed aluminum frame and tempered glass side panels. The front panel is also tempered glass, which is lit by an array of RGB LEDs to show the “ROG” logo. There are built-in fabric handles on top for users, who wants to carry the tower to LAN parties.
The case is pretty large, measuring in 250 mm x 565 mm x 591 mm (WxDxH). You can install up to a 420 mm radiator at the front, 360 mm at the top and 140 mm at the rear for cooling. It supports motherboard size from Mini-ITX up to E-ATX. It has eight traditional expansion slots plus two vertical slots, if you want to install the graphics card vertically with a riser cable. For storage, there are two internal 2.5-inch/3.5-inch drive bays and four 2.5-inch only bays.
Front panel connectors include a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C, four USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A ports and two 3.5 mm audio jacks for microphone and headphone. There are two extra buttons to control both the LED lighting effects and fan speeds.
The ROG Strix Helios will be first available in the United Kingdom this April. It will be priced at £249.99 GBP (MSRP), which is around $327.06 USD.
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