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ASUS ROG RYUO 240 Review: Complete Water Cooling with OLED Display

Volume & Power

The volume of the ASUS ROG RYUO 240 All-in-One complete water cooling can be compared with similar models. While the rotational speed of the fans and thus their volume is adjustable, the volume of the pump cannot really be influenced, so that it can be heard constantly. However, if you buy an AiO CPU cooler, you should accept in advance that it won’t be as quiet as a tower cooler.

To compare the temperatures, I let the CPU run for about eight minutes in idle, then ran a 3-minute benchmark followed by a 20-minute load test in Prime95. The measurement of the temperatures as well as the short benchmark was done by CPU-Z. The tests were delayed so that the ambient temperature of the individual tests did not coincide, but should not influence the tendency of the results.

With the AMD CPU cooler, the CPU was running at 50 degrees Celsius in idle at 50 °C, the short benchmark increased the average temperature to approx. 55 °C. The CPU was running at 50 degrees Celsius in idle at 50 °C, the short benchmark increased the average temperature to approx. 55 °C. After 20 minutes of Prime95, the average temperature for the 31 minutes of the test was 72 °C, the maximum temperature during the tests was 82 °C. The average temperature for the 31 minutes of the test was 72 °C, and the maximum temperature during the tests was 82 °C.

The ASUS ROG RYUO 240 All-in-One complete water cooling cooled the CPU to an average of 43 °C in idle mode. During the short benchmark the average temperatures rose to approx. 47 degrees Celsius. With a maximum temperature of 63 °C during the Prime95 test and an average temperature of 57 °C during the 31-minute test, the ASUS ROG RYUO 240 All-in-One Complete Water Cooling was able to prove its cooling potential.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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