ASUS ROG Ryujin II 240 RGB all-in-one liquid CPU cooler 240mm Radiator (3.5"color LCD, embedded pump fan and 2xNoctua iPPC 2000 PWM 120mm radiator fans, compatible with Intel LGA1700,1200 &AM4 socket) ROG RYUJIN II 240 240mm Radiator
Model Number: ROG RYUJIN II 240
ASUS ROG Ryujin II 240 RGB all-in-one liquid CPU cooler 240mm Radiator (3.5"color LCD, embedded pump fan and 2xNoctua iPPC 2000 PWM 120mm radiator fans, compatible with Intel LGA1700,1200 &AM4 socket) ROG RYUJIN II 240 240mm Radiator is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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The ROG Ryujin II 240 delivers optimal cooling performance in a 240mm AIO CPU cooler. With a 7th Generation Asetek pump, Noctua Industrial PPC radiator fans, and an embedded fan for the CPU socket area, it harnesses both water and air to provide incredible cooling capabilities. Aura Sync RGB and a 3.5" color LCD allow for limitless customization via LIVEDASH to pair perfectly with ASUS motherboards.
|16.02 x 14.17 x 5.79 inches; 2.2 Pounds
|Item model number
|Date First Available
|November 5, 2021
|Best Sellers Rank
|Computer CPU Cooling Fans
|Item Dimensions LxWxH
|16.02 x 14.17 x 5.79 inches
|Maximum Rotational Speed
|16.02"L x 14.17"W x 5.79"H
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The media could not be loaded. I have to say this AIO looks sharp that is the only reason it is still in my Hyperion. Cooling is good enough with 13900k not to thermal throttle, but it is not better than EK's offering. Quality is good, ASUS did a good job. The stock tim I would change out with something like IC Diamond 24 with a flat spread application over the cpu lid. The software in armorycrate for it makes it super easy to configure and micro manage it to get the most out of it. It will keep your 13900k cool enough especially during gaming. You should not thermal throttle in any game or in 3dmark timespy. First temp picture is the game CP 2077 DLAA+RT OD+FG Psycho/max 3440x1440 temps, second is in 3dmark time spy+graph, next is once it has had time to sit for a bit fully cool down and idle after it just gamed/benched. AIO is in the ASUS Rog Hyperion case. This review is for the ASUS 90 day warranty extension program.
I'm cooling down my 7950x3D, I've upgraded from Ryujin I to III and it's far superior in every way
Would not recommend at all. -Whirring (When gaming) -Buzzing noises (When gaming) -Fans get loud (Even on silent) It is quiet however when in Windows. ALT TAB back into again and buzzing is audible again, almost like GPU coil whine. I would stay away from this unit and get ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 240 instead. I am reverting back to ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 240, which is virtually silent. The screen was very good though, going to miss that. Price is high and overpriced. ARGB connection was pain and getting the fans to properly use RGB, fan controller that comes with it doesn't properly support ARGB i believe.
This over-engineered cooler is both beautiful and a beast. My 7950X idles at 30-35c, adds a touch of personality to your PC and is easy to install, no noticeable noise, full control. A bit expensive but is definitely worth it.