ASUS ROG Ryujin 360 Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 12.03.19
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With the ROG Ryujin 360, ASUS has the first all-in-one watercooler with 360mm radiator in its portfolio. In this case you can get an AiO with 360 millimeter aluminium radiator and three PWM fans for 239 Euro. This makes us hope for lots and lots of cooling performance and overall we're more than just curious to see whether ASUS is capable of convincing us already with their first 360mm cooler in this market segment.






Today we have the pleasure to check out ASUS' ROG Ryujin 360 liquid cooling system, which is even compatible even with AMD Threadripper processors. Apart from that there are kink-resistant tubes, which allow for routing within smaller cases and tighter spaces. Overall this cooler is well made and it looks nice and clean. There are a couple of unique features, suchs as the RGB lightning of the pump which is customizable via motherboard's software, a tiny OLED display and, a radial fan placed on the pump block. The build quality is also on a really high level. The bundle includes three 120 mm Noctua NF-F12 industrialPPC fans. Mounting system supports most, if not all, recent Intel and AMD socket CPUs.

  • Gamer Storm 240 RGB
  • Gamer Storm 240 RGB
  • Gamer Storm 240 RGB
  • Gamer Storm 240 RGB


As you can see from the picture, manufacturing quality of the ROG Ryujin 360 is on the level it should be. It's not exceptional but still on a very good level for a 239 Euro all-in-one cooler. The radiator measures 394 x 27 mm and it's made out aluminium. The cooler itself features a copper coldplate and the thermal compound isn't pre-applied. To be a bit more precise the dimensions of the ROG Ryujin 360 are 394 x 120 mm x 27mm (W x L x H). As we mentioned before, inside the bundle there are three Noctua fans all blacked out with a range speed from 450 to 2000 rpm.

The waterblock comes with a block cover made out plastic. The cover features a number of large vented sections to help with airflow around the CPU area. There are a couple of strong magnets built info the block which secure the cover. In our opinion this feature might be improved since the cover isn't always aligned with the waterblock.

Connecting everything up require some time. On the ROG Ryujin 360 there are three 4-pin PWM connections, a SATA power connection and, a further 4-pin connection for the CPU header. Furthermore if you want customize the OLED screen, you have to plug an internal USB header. This cable powers also the radial fan placed on the block.
  • Gamer Storm 240 RGB
  • Gamer Storm 240 RGB
  • Gamer Storm 240 RGB
  • Gamer Storm 240 RGB


Specifications

Model

ASUS ROG Ryujin 360

Type AiO WaterCooler
Dimensions 394 x 121 x 27 mm (Lx B x W)
Weight - g
Provided Fan(s) 3 x 120x25mm PWM (2000 RPM - Noctua NF-F12 industrialPPC)
Supported Fan(s) 6 x 120mm
Base Material Copper
Radiator Material Aluminium
Tube Sleeve Tubing
Socket Support Intel LGA 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2011-3, 2066
AMD AM2, AM3, AM4, FM1, FM2, TR4
 
Thermal compound Included
Warranty 3 Years
Product Page ASUS



Page 1 - Presentation / Specifications
Page 2 - Installation & Test Setup
Page 3 - Performance
Page 4 - Conclusion




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