ASUS has released two ROG Ryujin closed-loop liquid coolers designed for AMD’s Ryzen and Ryzen Threadripper processors. Both AIO LCSes feature a square waterblock with an embedded OLED screen that can be used for monitoring or style/personalization purposes. In addition, the waterblock has a small fan to cool down the CPU VRMs.
ASUS’ ROG Ryujin 240 and ROG Ryujin 360 closed-loop liquid coolers rely on an ASUS-designed proprietary waterblock, and which is compatible only with AMD’s CPUs in AM4 and TR4 packaging (for now, AMD only supplies mounting brackets for contemporary AMD CPUs). ASUS does not describe design of its pump/waterblock beyond the fact that it is large, square, features an embedded 1.77-inch OLED display, as well as a microfan that can cool down surrounding...
Motherboard giant ASUS also produces coolers targeted at the computer enthusiast. Does their top-line Silent Square Pro compete with the best heatpipe towers on the market?
Wesley Fink on 4/16/2007
Antec's P180 is still one of the most popular tower cases available. Can they make it even better? The P182 SE is their attempt to do just that.
Joshua Buss on 4/12/2007
Scythe Updates the Ninja Plus and adds AM2 support. Does the updated Ninja Plus give the best we have tested a challenge for the cooling performance crown?
Wesley Fink on 4/11/2007
OCZ is taking a page from their past and shipping some serious coolers for the computer enthusiast. How does the Vindicator compare to the best we have tested?
Wesley Fink on 4/5/2007
Thermalright refines their chart-topping Ultra 120 with two more heatpipes. Does the updated design really improve performance? We find out in our exclusive review.
Wesley Fink on 3/7/2007
The high-end Thermalright Ultra 120 boasts top-of-the-line air cooling with a beautifully finished heatpipe tower. Is the Ultra 120 heir to the cooling performance crown or is it just...
Wesley Fink on 3/5/2007
A closer look at the legendary Scythe Infinity in both single and push-pull fan configurations. Have we finally found a cooler that challenges the performance of the Tuniq Tower 120?
Wesley Fink on 2/26/2007
A closer look at the classic 9500 Zalman and the larger, beefed-up 9700 just introduced. Do the innovative air tunnel designs with looped heatpipes live up to the performance...
Wesley Fink on 2/19/2007
A high-performance cooling tower from Cooler Master designed to fit virtually any motherboard.
Wesley Fink on 2/14/2007
Vigor Gaming introduces a version of their hybrid TEC and Heatpipe Tower Cooler at a reduced price. Is it the new leader in sub-$100 cooling?
Wesley Fink on 2/6/2007
Thermalright and Scythe introduce tower CPU cooling at a bargain price. The Thermalright MST-9775 and Scythe Katana are compared to the best we have tested.
Wesley Fink on 1/23/2007
Our first look at CPU cooling compares a stock heatsink/fan to the Sunbeam Tuniq Tower 120. Are there really any performance differences that justify the cost?
Wesley Fink on 1/15/2007
Small factor cases are finally starting to get almost everything right... but what makes one better than.
Joshua Buss on 1/2/2007
Three of the latest cases from world-renowned case maker Thermaltake compared in detail. Which one best fits your needs?
Joshua Buss on 8/16/2006
Ever thought about what a premiere case for people looking to build a personal server would look like? Lian Li sure has.
Joshua Buss on 5/16/2006
We had a unique chance to look at several of Zalman's latest goodies, but most importantly, the all-new HD-160 HTPC case.
Joshua Buss on 3/31/2006
After comparing three cases in the budget, value, and premiere price brackets, how do two of the most expensive cases on the market stack up?
Joshua Buss on 2/23/2006
Three good cases from three respectable manufacturers...is the price premium of the Antec P150 really worth it? We shall see.
Joshua Buss on 1/13/2006
With the surge in the desire to base an entertainment center around your PC, we're finally starting to see some really nice HTPC cases. So, just how nice are...
Joshua Buss on 11/22/2005
Another MicroATX compatible case – are good looks alone enough to justify the relatively expensive price of this sleek box?
Joshua Buss on 10/26/2005