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ASUS reveals their TUF Gaming GT501 chassis

An interesting case design with a truly TUF aesthetic

ASUS reveals their TUF Gaming GT501 chassis

ASUS reveals their TUF Gaming GT501 chassis

ASUS is set to re-enter the case market with their upcoming TUF Gaming GT501 chassis, offering a rugged, militaristic design with unique carry handles and plenty of space inside for water cooling. 

Hardware Canucks got the opportunity to have a sneak peek at the GT501, saying that the case will be available for around $149. Those who want a more in-depth look at the TUB GT501 can have a look at Hardware Canuck's video below, though note that some of the case's features are still in development, like a planned vertical GPU mount, a redesigned PSU shroud and other aesthetic tweaks. 

Water cooling wise the system can handle two full 360mm radiators, with one on the top and one at the base of the case, with the whole system being movable using two removable fabric handles. These handles are capable of holding the full weight of a system, even if it is water cooled. 

Another unique feature of the chassis it is textured metal front and side panels, giving the case an armoured plate aesthetic, fitting in nicely with ASUS' other TUF-branded products. 

 

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04-06-2018, 06:27:05

g0ggles1994
Don't like that textured front, I'd be constantly cleaning it thinking it's really dirty

I couldn't help but think "meh" looking at it. It will inevitably come to the price, but with ASUS name on it, I won't hold out a lot of hopeQuote

04-06-2018, 06:37:51

WYP
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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Don't like that textured front, I'd be constantly cleaning it thinking it's really dirty

I couldn't help but think "meh" looking at it. It will inevitably come to the price, but with ASUS name on it, I won't hold out a lot of hope
I don't know man, it if is supposed to look dirty then that means that you never have to clean it. :PQuote

04-06-2018, 06:38:39

Greenback
The link goes to the picture and not the Article

it need a good bit of work to make it worth that asking priceQuote

04-06-2018, 06:42:05

WYP
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
The link goes to the picture and not the Article

it need a good bit of work to make it worth that asking price
Links fixed. Thanks for the spot.

Yeah, though from what I am hearing this is a prototype.Quote

04-06-2018, 06:43:04

g0ggles1994
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
I don't know man, it if is supposed to look dirty then that means that you never have to clean it. :P
Aye I get that, I'm just too hell bent keeping everything clean. Having something that deliberately looks dirty would drive me mad Quote
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