ASUS ROG Ryujin II AIO CPU cooler: 3.5-inch LCD, all-black Noctua fans

ASUS launches its ROG Ryujin II AIO CPU cooler, with its 3.5-inch LCD display, and available in both 240mm and 360mm models.

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After announcing the new ROG Ryujin II AIO CPU cooler in January 2021, ASUS have now launched it into the wild.

ASUS ROG Ryujin II AIO CPU cooler: 3.5-inch LCD, all-black Noctua fans 08

The new ASUS ROG Ryujin II AIO CPU cooler comes in two flavors: 240mm and 360mm, with the AIO cooler rocking a 3.5-inch LCD display and beautifully styled all-black Noctua fans. ASUS uses the Seventh Gen Astek pump which is virtually silent, with a base operating speed of 840RPM.

ASUS Chief Operating Officer Joe Hsieh explains: "When developing the next generation of our premium Ryujin coolers, we again looked to Asetek and its most advanced technology to date which provides extreme performance, silent operation and industry-recognized quality and reliability. With ROG Ryujin II 240/360, not only did we want to max out performance, we wanted to enhance aesthetics while upgrading the screen to an LCD panel and retaining the FanXpert controls".

The 3.5-inch LCD screen on the ASUS ROG Ryujin II AIO CPU cooler can be used to see real-time stats of your system, personalized animations, photos, and more. The pump head itself has a fan that keeps the VRM and AIO area cool, which is a nice touch.

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