ASUS ProArt PA602 Case Review

The ASUS ProArt line of products has been growing over the past few years. The entire idea behind the line is to have products specifically made for digital creators. While ASUS has PC products for gamers and enthusiasts these products might not offer everything a creator wants. That is where ProArt comes in and ASUS started this line with professional displays, but has expanded into motherboards, graphics cards, laptops, and now we even have AiO coolers and cases. The first cases in this series is the ProArt PA602 which is a massive case that comes with two 200mm pre-installed intake fans, support for 420mm radiators, a built-in fan hub, a dust filter that lets you know it needs cleaned, and best of all no RGB lighting. Is this the case you need for the ultimate creator build? Read on as we find out!

Special thanks to ASUS for providing us with the ProArt PA602 Case to review.


Model: ProArt PA602
Case Size: Mid Tower
Motherboard Support:
– EATX (12″x10.9″)
– Micro-ATX
– Mini-ITX
– Mini-DTX
Drive Bays:
– 4 x 2.5″ Bay
– 4 x 2.5″/3.5″ Combo Bay
Expansion Slots:
– 8
– 2 (additional vertical)
Front I/O Port:
– 2 x USB 3.2 Gen1
– 1 x UBS 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type C
– 2 x USB 2.0
– Fan Control Button
– Reset Button
Tempered Glass: Left Side
Radiator Support (Top): 120 mm, 140 mm, 240 mm, 280 mm, 360 mm, 420 mm
Cooling Support (Front): 2 x 200 mm
Cooling Support (Top): 3 x 120 mm, 3 x 140 mm
Cooling Support (Rear): 1 x 120 mm, 1 x 140 mm
Pre-installed Fans (Front): 2 x 200 mm
Pre-installed Fans (Rear): 1 x 140 mm PWM
Maximum CPU Cooler Height: 190 mm
Maximum GPU Length: 450 mm
Maximum PSU Length: 190 mm
Removable Dust Filters: Front, Top, Bottom
Maximum Cable Management Space: 30 mm
Dimensions: 593 x 560 x 245 mm
Weight: 15.8 kg


The ProArt PA602 comes a large retail box that says ProArt across the front with a sticker that lets us know we have the PA602. Flipping over to the back many of the different features of the case are detailed.

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The box opens up might like a box that houses a TV, so you need to remove the four locks towards the bottom of the case and lift up. Once you remove the outer box you’ll find the case nicely protected. Inside you’ll also find a full user’s guide and all of your mounting hardware.

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