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ASUS reveals their Ryujin and Ryuo series of AIO Liquid coolers

Customisable AIOs with more than just RGB lighting

ASUS reveals their Ryujin and Ryuo series of AIO Liquid coolers

ASUS reveals their Ryujin and Ryuo series of AIO Liquid coolers

ASUS has officially unveiled their first series of Republic of Gamers all-in-one liquid coolers, offering gamers both entry-level and ultra-high-end models, both of which offer integrated OLED displays for unparalleled customizability.  

These OLED displays can be used to display custom animations, custom text and custom logos. This display will allow users to customise their system to their liking, beyond what is possible with RGB lighting solutions. All of ASUS' ROG series AIOs will ship with RGB illumination, which is controllable using ASUS' Aura LED software suite. 

ASUS' Republic of Gamers series AIOs is split into two categories, their high-end Ryujin series and their entry-level Ryuo series. Both of these products will ship with 1.77-inch OLED displays, though at this time we don't have any pricing information for either model. 

The ROG Ryujin will ship with 240mm and 360mm models, using Noctua PPC radiator fans to offer high-end cooling performance with a simple black aesthetic. ASUS has also integrated a fan into their block housing to provide additional cooling to the user's motherboard, VRMs and M.2 cards, which is said to decrease temperatures by as much as 20 degrees. 

  

ASUS reveals their Ryujin and Ryuo series of AIO Liquid coolers


On the lower-end of ASUS' ROG liquid cooling lineup is the Ryuo, which will be available with either 240mm and 120mm radiator and custom Republic of Gamers fans. This AIO appears to be a custom Asetek design, though the integration of a 1.77-inch screen will make the Ryou a lot more customisable than competing AIOs.   

  
ASUS reveals their Ryujin and Ryuo series of AIO Liquid coolers  

ASUS has stated their new ROG series AIOs will be "available shortly" in the UK, so expect to see more from these AIOs soon. 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' Republic of Gamers Ryujin and Ryuoliquid coolers on the OC3D Forums

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04-06-2018, 07:26:41

Dawelio
I must say that have done a pretty good job with these. Nice overall design, good choice of fans, nice touch with the customisable OLED display and all black aesthetic.Quote

04-06-2018, 07:49:35

g0ggles1994
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
I must say that have done a pretty good job with these. Nice overall design, good choice of fans, nice touch with the customisable OLED display and all black aesthetic.
Agreed, surprised to see Noctua fans but hell I'm not complaining in the slightest.

I do genuinely like that square block giving the VRMs some cooling as well, same goes for the OLED displays. I said in the other thread the RoG logo just looked tacky but knowing it's actually a display is a very nice touch.Quote

04-06-2018, 08:47:27

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Agreed, surprised to see Noctua fans but hell I'm not complaining in the slightest.

I do genuinely like that square block giving the VRMs some cooling as well, same goes for the OLED displays. I said in the other thread the RoG logo just looked tacky but knowing it's actually a display is a very nice touch.
I had a feeling they were going to do something like this going by their ROG boards that have little OLED displays on them.Quote

04-06-2018, 12:55:22

NeverBackDown
Really hate that we have to use Aurora software. It's so dogcrapQuote

04-06-2018, 13:13:41

g0ggles1994
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I had a feeling they were going to do something like this going by their ROG boards that have little OLED displays on them.
That's a reason to be surprised in a way since I've only seen those LiveDash displays on the X299 and X399 motherboards. None on anything mainstreamQuote
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