Element Gaming Hyperion Case Review


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Closer Look: Interior

Moving inside the Hyperion and you will notice the dual chamber design. Inside you will also notice there are two large cut-outs for cable management with rubber grommets covering them. There is also a smaller cable routing hole in the bottom for IO cables. There is also a large CPU heatsink cutout area to make easy CPU cooler swap outs without removing the motherboard.

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In the rear is a 120mm Raidmax fan. This one is black and has no LEDs. It is also the only fan in the case to have only a 3-pin connector.

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Looking at the roof, the Hyperion comes with 2 clear 120mm fans with blue LEDs. These fans come with 3-pin and Molex connectors. Note, they are also Raidmax fans.

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The smaller than normal 5.25″ drive bay is removable to accommodate water cooling radiators. Below that are the 2 large rubber grommeted cutouts for cable management. Note the hex cutouts in the metal to allow air flow from the 200mm fan in the front of the case.

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In the bottom, you can mount more fans as intakes or two 3.5″ hard drives. The rubber pads are set up for both fans and hard drives.

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Looking at the right side panel, you will notice a removable bracket at the top. This gives you the option to mount 3.5 and 2.5″ hard drives and SSDs. But I chose to remove this as you will see on the next page as I installed a hard drive and SSD in the removable cage just below to the left. Note, keeping the cage there almost completely block the lower rubber grommet.

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A clearer picture of the hard drive caddies below.

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