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ASUS' ROG Ryuo series liquid coolers are now available to pre-order

An AIO with a OLED display?

ASUS' ROG Ryuo series liquid coolers are now available to pre-order

ASUS' ROG Ryuo series liquid coolers are now available to pre-order

At Computex 2018, ASUS revealed their Ryuo and Ryujin series' of all-in-one liquid coolers, bringing the Republic of Gamers brand into the CLC market with high-end product offerings that boast a unique feature set. 

Now, ASUS' ROG Ryuo series of liquid coolers have become available for pre-order in the UK, offering an aesthetic that is designed to closely match other Republic of Gamers products, Aura Sync compatible lighting and an integrated OLED display that can showcase custom images, gifs and logos.  

The Ryuo series acts as ASUS' entry-level ROG offering, shipping with 120mm and 240mm variants. The ROG Ryuo seems to be an Asetek CLC design, with both models shipping with support for all modern CPU sockets, which includes AM4, TR4, LGA 115X, LGA 1366, LGA 2011-3 and LGA 2066. 

ASUS' ROG Ryuo series liquid coolers are now available to pre-order  

On Overclockers UK, ASUS' 120mm Ryuo AIO costs £129.95, whereas its larger 240mm counterpart costs £159.95. These prices could change before release, though we have already found multiple UK-based retailers that use the same pre-order pricing for ASUS' ROG Ryuo series coolers.

The unique selling point of ASUS' Ryuo coolers is their ROG series branding, for those who want everything inside their systems to match as much as possible, and the unit's use of a 1.77-inch OLED display, which can be used to monitor your system's status or to display custom animations or logos. The addition of an OLED display is likely that has pushed the pricing of the ROG Ryuo higher than most other CLC liquid coolers of this size. 

ASUS' ROG Ryuo series liquid coolers are now available to pre-order

 


At this time, we do not have a firm release date for ASUS' ROG Ryuo series of AIO liquid coolers, though the fact that they are available for pre-order seems to indicate that they will start shipping shortly. 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' ROG Ryuo series of liquid coolers becoming available to pre-order on the OC3D Forums.  

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04-09-2018, 09:16:48

Wraith
Not too bad if I'm honest, always liked the NZXT AIO with the infinity mirror but this has an OLED display so I'd say £160 is more than worth it.Quote

04-09-2018, 09:18:54

Bartacus
Holy Asus ROG tax Batman!Quote

04-09-2018, 09:30:37

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Not too bad if I'm honest, always liked the NZXT AIO with the infinity mirror but this has an OLED display so I'd say £160 is more than worth it.
My response to that is this: Why is that worth it? I'd never want to look at my CPU cooler to read the information when I have an infinite amount of software on my pc that I can open and view much more detailed information then that OLED screen can ever hope to show me.

I do like the idea, I really do, but for the price they are asking (which is mainly due to said OLED screen) I'd buy a different AIO and save a bit of money; It is a small screen which most people won't ever look at compared to the software they likely have on their rigs.

So aside from the "flashy look of it" I don't see a legit purpose behind it, at this moment in tech, aside from the looks and uniqueness that it offers.

LAN party or gathering? It would be cool.

Normal day to day usage of the rig? Pointless (imo).Quote

04-09-2018, 09:36:05

Dicehunter
Corsair H150i Pro 360mm costs £165 and performs brilliantly, Asus ROG 240mm costs £160 and will perform worse but at least they put a screen on the cooler.

Cheap generic Asetek design with flashy lights and a small screen, Only good thing about it is the Noctua fans.Quote

04-09-2018, 09:47:15

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Corsair H150i Pro 360mm costs £165 and performs brilliantly, Asus ROG 240mm costs £160 and will perform worse but at least they put a screen on the cooler.

Cheap generic Asetek design with flashy lights and a small screen, Only good thing about it is the Noctua fans.
Sorry fella, but only the Ryujin has Noctua fans. The Ryuo has ASUS fans.Quote
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