At Computex 2018, ASUS announced its first ROG Ryujin All-in-One liquid cooling, and early this year 2021 the company gave some hints of what its second-generation would look like, with a 3.5-inch square LCD screen. It is now official and the ASUS ROG Ryujin II has already been officially unveiled.
In detail, the new ASUS ROG Ryujin II will arrive in two models, the Ryunjin II 360 with a triple 360mm radiator and the Ryujin II 240 with a double 240mm radiator. In both cases, ASUS has chosen Noctua Industrial PPC 2000 PWM fans to accompany these radiators with speeds ranging from 450 RPM to 2,000 RPM. At full speed, they are capable of generating a static pressure of 3.94 mmH2O and airflow of 71.6 CFM along with a noise level of 29.7 dBA.
The 3.5- inch full-color LCD screen allows animations or images to be displayed directly on the CPU, so it must be accompanied by a case with tempered glass or a transparent side to be able to use it. It also integrates monitoring functions.
Under this screen is a seventh-generation Asetek pump capable of operating from 840 rpm to 2800 RPM, in addition, it integrates a fan to cool the VRMs with a rotation speed of 4,800 RPM, a noise level of 31 dBA, and airflow of 19.41 CFM with a pressure of 3.23 mmH2O.
The recommended prices for the ASUS ROG Ryujin II processor LSS have not been announced. According to preliminary information, a model with a 240 mm radiator will cost about $270, and for an older solution, you will have to pay about $335.
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