After seeing the Prime AP201 chassis a few hours ago, now we come across the ASUS TUF Gaming GT502, which is a super version that maintains the cubic design but here we are before an ATX mid-tower that widens to offer a dual-camera design. In this way, in one part of the chassis we can have the main hardware and in the other hide the storage units and yes, the wiring.
With dimensions of 285 x 450 x 446 mm and a weight of 12 kilograms, this is a chassis made of steel, and plastic and with a double tempered glass window.
Inside it can accommodate a motherboard in ATX, Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX format together with a total of 4x 3.5″/2.5″ storage units together with a mid-high-end CPU air cooler with a maximum height of up to 163mm, a graphics card up to 400mm in length, and a power supply up to 200mm deep.
The ASUS TUF Gaming GT502 imposes its design and cooling
ASUS TUF Gaming GT502
Designed for high-performance hardware, cooling to match is required, which is why this chassis can boast excellent cooling. An example of this is that we can install up to 2x/3x 140/ 120mm fans at the top, 1x 120mm at the rear, 3x 120mm at the bottom, 3x 120mm
In other words, it supports up to 13x 120mm fans or three 360mm + 1x 120mm radiators. From the factory, you can choose a variant with 3x fans pre-installed at the top and 1x at the rear. To keep out dirt, we have dust filters on the top, bottom and right.
Possibility of vertical GPU plus variant with RGB in mind
ASUS TUF Gaming GT502 front
Finally, we have 90 mm of space to choose the wiring, the possibility of installing a GPU vertically occupying a maximum of up to 3 PCI slots (it has 8+3), and on the front, we have space for the I/O panel that It gives us access to 1x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 port @ 10 Gbps, 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 and connectors for the microphone and headphones. We also have the Power and Reset buttons and another button focused on adjusting the lighting of the fans.
Additionally, we have a variant called ASUS TUF Gaming GT502 PLUS, that PLUS translates to include the 4x pre-installed fans (the normal variant does not include them), and adds a controller that supports up to 6x fans or ARGB LED strips to then facilitate the configuration from the software on your motherboard. Unfortunately, the company did not reveal any details regarding its availability or price.