Republic of Gamers Ryujin 360 AIO Review


Introducing the Republic of Gamers Ryujin 360 AIO

Asus has outdone themselves again! I know we’re a little late to the game with this AIO being almost 3 years old, but we wanted to see if one of the best AIOs can stand up to Intel’s “Extreme Space Heater” i9-10900k. The Ryujin is an amazing AIO for the most powerful of CPUs. This AIO sports 3 “Industrial PPC” fans from Noctua, Livedash 1.77, full-color OLED, a micro fan above the cooling plate for improved airflow, and it works with Aura Sync. Let’s dig deeper into some of these features before we throw the 10900k at it.

ROG Ryujin 360 AIO Specifications and Box Contents

First of all, I have to say that everything was very neatly packed. Inside the box, you’ll find the Ryujin AIO Cooler, Intel and AMD mounting brackets, the pumps’ cover, 3 NOCTUA iPPC fans w/ 3-1 Fan extension,  an assortment of screws for Intel and AMD, and the thermal compound comes pre-applied. You also get a very nice 3-year warranty in case anything should break. Let’s run through some key specs for those thinking of getting this 360 AIO:

Key Specs:

  • Water Block Size: 100x100x70mm
  • Block Material: Copper
  • CPU Socket Support: AMD: AM4, TR4. (For TR4 there is a separate 360AIO dedicated to it that massive CPU)          Intel: LGA 115x,1366,2011,2011-3, and 2066 (Non-listed Support for LGA1200/ 10thGen CPU)
  • Radiator Size: 394 x 121 x 27mm
  • Radiator Material: Aluminum
  • Tube: Sleeved Rubber Tube
  • Fan: 3 x Noctua NF-F12 Industrial PPC 2000 PWM
  • Fan Size: 120mm x120 x 25mm
  • Fan Speed: 450~2,000
  • Static Pressure: 3.94mmH2O
  • Fan Noise: 29.7 dB(A)
  • Control Mode: PWM/DC
  • OLED Display: 1.77” Full-Color Display


The Ryujin comes with something unique: an Embedded Fan. This fan sits above the pump housing to aid in airflow over your motherboard’s heatsinks.

  • Fan Speed: 4,800 RPM
  • Static Pressure: 3.23 mmH20
  • Air Flow: 19.41 CFM
  • Fan Noise: 31 dB(A)

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