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ROG RYUO 240 RGB
- ROG RYUO 240
800 - 2500 RPM
Yes - 240 mm
- 20 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Chernaya Redux
It's a good AIO to have, functions as a regular AIO, and bonus twin Noctua iPPC-3000 fans for pushing or pulling air. The software itself is somewhat lackluster, and is quite buggy at times, and makes it an awkwardly compelling purchase in the upper $160 range.
- 16 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build i9 ROG Skynet PC
Installation was quite simple. The software was ok. The actual GIF they allow you to use is relatively small. But it does work
- 4 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build ASUS Gaming Build
The only thing that I don't like is how the AIO is powered. Instead there being separate power cables that plug into the motherboard, they designed it so that the whole AIO system is powered through one micro cable that is plugged into the motherboard. This means that the CPU fan connection on the motherboard is left disconnected. This causes OS to think that the CPU is not being cooled, even though it is. I fixed this by taking an extra fan and plugging it into the CPU fan connection of the motherboard. That's the only issue I've had.
Also the software is not compatible with latest updated version of windows, usually for a couple months. This issue does not affect the AIO's ability to cool the CPU.