ASUS Reveals their ROG Strix series of All-in-One Liquid Coolers

ASUS Reveals their ROG Strix series of All-in-One Liquid Coolers

ASUS Reveals their ROG Strix series of All-in-One Liquid Coolers

Last year ASUS launched their ROG Ryuo and Ryujin CPU coolers, all-in-one water coolers which featured unique features and a premium price tag. Both of these coolers featured OLED screens, enabling users to displays system information, play GIFs or showcase any image that the owner chooses, a neat feature for PC builders who want a little extra flash. 

At CES 2019 ASUS has announced a new entry into their liquid cooling lineup, one which will bring the pricing of ASUS’ entry-level coolers to more affordable levels, removing the OLED screen while retailing the Addressable RGB lighting to adds an extra flair of customisability. These coolers make up the ROG Strix series of All-in-One Liquid coolers and will ship with both 120mm and 240mm variants. 

ASUS has partnered with Asetek to build their new Strix series coolers, utilising their 6th-generation pump technology and reinforced sleeved tubing. ASUS’ LiveDash software can be used to control the cooler’s lighting, and owners of ROG motherboards can use ASUS’ FanXpert software to configure the unit’s fan speeds, allowing them to dial in a custom fan curve that can respond to CPU temperatures. 

The pumps on ASUS’ ROG Strix units will feature sixteen addressable RGB LEDs, which are diffused around the cooler so that the lights from each can mix to create a subtle gradient effect.  ASUS’ Aura Sync can be used to synchronise the cooler’s lighting with other compatible components.      

ASUS Reveals their ROG Strix series of All-in-One Liquid Coolers  

At this time ASUS has not revealed the final pricing and release date of their new Strix series liquid coolers, though they are confirmed to support all modern CPU sockets, including AM4, TR4, LGA 1150, 1151, 2011, 2011-3 and LGA 2066. 

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