The ASUS Prime AP201 MicroATX case supports 360mm radiators and graphics cards up to 338mm in length.
The ASUS Prime AP201 is a small case with a capacity of 33 liters. Users will be able to install AIO radiators ranging from 280 to 360 mm, as well as a 338 m GPU (one of the biggest card sizes available) and 180 mm PSUs. Over 57,000 holes with a diameter of 1.5 mm make up the mesh on the front and rear of the casing. The top and bottom use large vent slots to provide for plenty of ventilation and optimum heat dissipation.

ASUS has designed the new ASUS Prime AP201 to have toolless detachable and attachable panels, similar to many other cases on the market. The business has also opted to allow for up to six cooling fans in its redesigned casing, with three in the front, one in the back, and one at the top. On the front, there are two USB 3.2 Type-A Gen1 connectors, one USB-C 3.2 Gen2 port, and two audio terminals for communication.

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The ASUS Prime AP201 MicroATX Case has a number of notable characteristics, including:

  • Quasi-Filter Mesh Panels: A mesh design with over 57,000 precision-machined 1.5mm holes improves airflow and gives you a clear view of your build’s components.
  • The AP201 is designed to deal with the thermal demands of high-performance systems, with compatibility for 280 and 360mm radiators and up to six fans.
  • Spatial Efficiency that Leads the Industry: The AP201 supports ATX PSUs up to 180 mm long, graphics cards up to 338 mm extended, bespoke liquid cooling, and a variety of storage devices despite its 33L footprint.
  • Tool-Free Side Panels: Chassis side panels are simply removed and prevent inadvertent dislodging thanks to a simple yet secure clip mechanism.
  • Large Cable Management: The AP201 has an enlarged motherboard tray with carefully placed cutouts and a 32 mm gap for hiding cables.
  • Panel on the front Support for USB Type-C®: The AP201’s front panel has a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C connector, allowing users to transfer data at up to 10 Gbps.

The side panel may be connected and detached without the need of tools, and up to six cooling fans (three front, one rear, and one top) can be fitted. USB3.2 Gen.1 Type-Ax2, USB3.2 Gen.2 Type-Cx1, and audio terminal x2 are all available on the front interface.

This ASUS classic case is unique in that it is a semi- to high-end, premium MiniATX case, which is often only found in enthusiast-style setups. Devices and components in most smaller form factor cases are substantially weaker in terms of power and performance, thus the company’s investment in a premium MiniATX box might expand the market to smaller footprint rigs on customers’ desks. As a result of this information, ASUS and other manufacturers may be able to design MiniATX motherboards that are more capable.


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