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Asus intros ROG Ryujin II AiO CPU cooler

Asus teased its revamped ROG Ryujin II AiO CPU cooler at CES earlier within the yr, and now it has formally launched. This reworked model of the Asus ROG AiO would not shrink back from bringing in favoured third get together tech, alongside its new sights. For instance, it encompasses a seventh gen Asetek pump, Noctua followers, and a brand new greater 3.5-inch LCD show for monitoring or frivolity.

Like with the predecessor, Asus ROG is promoting each 240 and 360mm radiator geared up ROG Ryujin II AiO CPU coolers. This second gen cooler is alleged to be Asus’s most superior up to now with the brand new excessive efficiency, quiet, and dependable Asetek pump. Other key options embrace:

  • Maximum efficiency together with industry-recognized high quality and reliability.            
  • Out-of-Bounds temperature sensing. The cooler constantly screens the liquid temperature and mechanically boosts the pump velocity to clear any temperature excursions, guaranteeing easy system operation for an immersive gameplay expertise.            
  • Safety options to make sure the liquid temperature stays inside limits for regular secure operation.            
  • System enhancements leading to enhanced permeation resistance and elevated sturdiness.

The water block presents a pre-pasted copper CPU plate and embedded fan. Asus says this fan runs at as much as 4,800rpm however will not make greater than 31 dB(A) noise. This fan additionally assist transfer air over the VRM and M.2 areas. Its embedded pump runs at as much as 2,800 rpm. Moving onto the radiators, they’re 27mm thick and have aluminium fins and as much as three Noctua NF-F12 Industrial PPC 2000 PWM followers. These PWM/DC followers run at speeds from 450 to 2000rpm, nonetheless they will not generate greater than 29.7 dB(A).

Asus’ new enlarged show is customisable, and you’ll show actual time stats or use it for animations or personalised logos. You can customise this show with the identical FanExpert software program you’ll use to regulate fan profiles.

With earlier variations of the ROG Ryujin you’ll be taking a look at approx £200. Buyers get a 6-year guarantee.

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Written by Gideon

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