ASUS already makes everything else, so why not AIO coolers and power supplies? Look out for all these new ROG products announced at Computex in the second half of 2018.
Details in the advanced press release were scant, so we linked to the relevant pages on the ASUS website for additional features and product specifications.
ROG Ryujin 360/240 AIO Coolers
The Ryujin line is ROG’s “flagship” cooling offering with radiators of 240mm or 360mm. What makes these unique is 60mm fan in the pump housing to push air away from the VRMs and socket area to keep all the components cool. As enthusiasts have come to expect with ROG-branded products, ASUS has included top of the line PWM fans from Noctua on the radiator. It would not be ROG without some bling, so also included is a LiveDash color OLED display with live system data or personalized images.
ROG Ryuo 240/120 AIO Coolers
For a system with a smaller footprint, or a gamer with a smaller wallet, ROG is releasing the Ryuo with 240 mm or 120 mm radiators. It features the same OLED display, but fans are Wing-Blade ASUS fans.
ROG Thor 1200W Platinum Power Supply
Power supplies are another expansion area for ROG, with their first entry being the Thor 1200w Platinum. This beast is based on Seasonic hardware with custom heatsinks and an insane 10-year warranty. It is fully compatible with ASUS Aura Sync lighting and will display live PSU wattage data on an OLED panel. Later on, ASUS will release an 850w version for more moderate rigs.
ROG Strix Gaming Chassis
Now that we have a cooler and a power supply, ROG suggests we strap them into their newest case, the ROG Strix Gaming Chassis. The aluminum case is fully compatible with ASUS AURA Sync lighting and features a smoked glass window. Rounding out the features are tool-free SSD mounts, magnetic dust filters and handles making transport easier.
Stay tuned for more news from Computex 2018.