ASUS ROG Ryujin 360mm AIO Cooler Review - ROG ryujin
Two years ago, ASUS revealed the ROG Ryujin coolers. In present day, the OLED screen is now a staple for high-end AIOs but included fans have either been stock or RGB wherein ASUS still ships the iPPC 2000 fans from Noctua with their ROG Ryujin, nearly an $80 or more value if bought separately. Looking for whisper quiet performance? Check out our review of the ROG Ryujin 360mm in this #B2G review.
CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360R RGB AIO Cooler Review - ML360R
With all the boys and girls in the cooling industry, its only time that CoolerMaster jumps in and joins the RGB club. Check out the CoolerMaster MasterLiquid ML360R and see if its the right cooling upgrade for that large, high-performance build of yours in this #B2G review
NZXT expands its Kraken series with its biggest radiator on its AIO yet: the 360mm Kraken X72 brings the beloved signature Kraken look to a whole new level with larger rad for more cooling potential. Powered by NZXT CAM, it promises both excellent performance with quieter operation. Find out more in this #B2G review of the NZXT Kraken X72 360mm AIO cooler review.
An innovative heatsink-style radiator design and an extremely solid build separates the SilverStone Tundra series AIO amongst most modern day liquid coolers. If you're looking for a high-quality and well-built AIO liquid cooler, the SilverStone Tundra is an easy choice. Read on to find out more in this #B2G review!
Building upon the design of the original GENOME, DeepCool's GENOME II adds a couple of improvements to their revolutionary chassis with built-in AIO liquid cooling. Complete with a double-helix reservoir, the GENOME II removes the need to mess around your case to install AIO cooling. Just pop the block and install your components and you're all set. All that while looking stylish. Find out more about the DeepCool GamerStorm Genome II chassis with built-in 360mm AIO liquid cooling in this thorough #B2G review!