ASUS ROG Ryujin II 360 AIO Cooler Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

ASUS ROG Ryujin II 360 AIO Cooler Review

Introduction

There are always a few products which completely change their market and the creation of the All In One (AIO) cooler is unquestionably one of the biggest factors in PC systems over the last few years.

It isn't only the simplicity of their design which allows more room for your lighting to be shown off, but their simplicity of building and installing too. Anyone who spent any amount of time with tower coolers, and particularly dual stack tower coolers, will know the difficulty in getting the fans attached to their heatsink. Most AIOs come pre-assembled but even those that don't it's no issue at all to screw the fans on to the radiator. All of this is fine, but the real boon comes in how well they cool. Instead of a quite loud fan doing it's best to tame a medium power CPU, you have some quiet fans doing an impressive job of keeping all but the most insane CPUs well under control.

One thing that's been a fairly new addition to AIOs everywhere is some lighting on the pump head. We've had infinity mirrors, RGB logos, customisable logos, and now with the Ryujin II ASUS have stepped up their game and brought us a full colour screen onto which you can run nearly anything you desire. The fact that's attached to a 360mm Radiator is icing on the cake.

Technical Specifications

Like most modern AIOs the Rjujin II supports all the major CPU sockets, and with the 360mm radiator and Noctua fans it's a high end product worthy of the ROG branding. 

Water Block
Water block dimention: 78.15 x 87.5 x 81 mm
Block Material (CPU Plate): Copper
Embedded FAN: YES
- Speed: 4,800 RPM +/- 10%
- Air Pressure: 3.23 mmH2O
- Air Flow: 19.41 CFM
Pump
Pump Solution: 7th gen Asetek pump
Motor Speed: 800 - 2,800 +/- 300
Power: 12V DC, 2W, 0.3A
Radiator
Radiator Dimension: 121 x 394 x 27mm
Radiator Material: Aluminum 
Tube: Sleeved Rubber tube
Tube Length: 380 mm
Fans
Fan: Noctua NF-F12 Industrial PPC 2000 PWM Fan
- Size: 3 x Fan Slots (120mm)
- Dimension: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
- Speed: 450 - 2000 RPM +/- 10% 
- Static Pressure: 3.94 mmH2O
- Air Flow: 71.6 CFM / 121.8 m3h
- Noise: 29.7 dB(A) 
- Control Mode: PWM/ DC
Special Feature
Display: 3.5" Full Color LCD
Socket Compatibility
Intel: LGA 1150, 1151, 1152, 1155, 1156, 1200, 1366, 2011, 2011-3, 2066
AMD: AM4, TR4
Contents1 x Liquid Cooler (pre-applied thermal compound)
3 x 120 mm Radiator Fan
1 x ARGB Input Cable
1 x Accessory Pack of Screws and brackets
1 x Quick Start Guide
1 x ROG Sticker
1 x ROG Fan Controller 3M Mounting Tape
Warranty6 Years
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Most Recent Comments

30-07-2021, 15:00:41

looz
530 euros in Finland. You could buy a decent AIO and a monitor with that.Quote

30-07-2021, 15:23:34

Dark NighT
That price and still a cheap aluminium radiator, so it's basically no better then my Fractal celsius s36 but with a fancy display, it might look good but for the price, just wow.Quote

30-07-2021, 19:26:29

Dawelio
Just go with the NZXT Kraken Z73 at that point, has a cleaner looking pump and better display as well, plus cheaper.Quote

18-08-2021, 15:47:45

Tom Sunday
What has RGB to do with cooling? Perhaps if I glue on striping on my Mustang it will go faster? Wow...an Aesthetics award... that goes a long cool way!Quote

18-08-2021, 17:18:05

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tom Sunday View Post
What has RGB to do with cooling? Perhaps if I glue on striping on my Mustang it will go faster? Wow...an Aesthetics award... that goes a long cool way!
Sadly RGB helps sell almost everything on the ASIA continent, even if we think its a tacky P.O.CQuote
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