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ROG RYUO 120 RGB
- ROG RYUO 120
800 - 2500 RPM
Yes - 120 mm
- 117 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build InWin A1 - ROG
Great AIO, but pricey. The addressable RGB on the AIO needs to be brighter. Other than that, it does the job.
- 11 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build ROG went ITX
Nice OLED and RGB but very expensive. Also would like to have less cables coming off of pump.
- 5 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build Julius' Threadripper
2) Asus - ROG RYUO 120 RGB 80.95 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
I was aiming for a cooler with one 120mm fan and radiator. I originally bought a NZXT Kraken M22. All the documentation at the time said it supported TR4. Even pcpartpicker's compatibility matrix backed that up. But I am here to tell you it absolutely does not. I am sure it is a fine cooler. I am a fan of NZXT products, and this won't dissuade me from buy NZXT in the future, but there was no combination of brackets/mount/prayers that was going make that thing fit. I had to RMA it and get the ROG cooler. Stinks, cause the ROG was double the price of the NZXT (was originally $60 US).
Temps are good. Good enough for me, anyway. The mobo initially reported temps in the BIOS at 79C, but I have been at it long enough to know that mobo's don’t generally report temps correctly where closed loop coolers are used. I am a fan of HWMonitor, and it reports that CPU temps are around 35-40C when idle and peaking at 60 when under load. I am sure a double-rad cooler would have better performance, but I am just fine with this. And I won't be overclocking, anyway.
Installation was a breeze. Construction seemed sturdy. I would have liked to spend < $100 for a cooler, but at the point that I was, I just wanted something that would work, as the RMA delayed my completion of the build for a few days, and this was after I had already repurposed my 9590.