ASUS Introduces AIO Cooler Solutions at Computex 2024

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ASUS unveils its latest AIO cooler solutions to help cool new products like the latest Prime RTX 40 Series GPUs during Computex 2024.

ASUS AMD X870 Motherboards and AIO Coolers

At the ASUS booth, the brand showcases a concept demo of the new AMD Next Gen X870 Motherboard, designed to support the next generation of AMD Ryzen Desktop Processors. With CPU and memory overclocking readiness and support for multi-GPU configurations, users can expect high-performance computing. 

The motherboard features PCIe 5.0 x16 support for ultrafast data transfer rates, 2.5 Gbps LAN, multi-M.2 slots, and USB Type-C ports for seamless connectivity. USB4 support ensures versatile compatibility with various devices, offering enthusiasts and professionals a glimpse into the future of computing.

ASUS aio 4

ASUS expands its ProArt range by introducing the ProArt LC 360 AIO Cooler, which combines exquisite appearance with strong cooling. With an illuminated meter for real-time monitoring, an innovative three-phase motor for quiet operation, and the Alphacool 3000 rpm Apex Stealth Metal Power Matte Black fan for effective cooling, content makers will be pleased with its performance. 

ASUS aio 5

ASUS also introduced the Prime LC series AIO Coolers, which are available in both ARGB and LCD models. The Prime LC 360 ARGB and Prime LC 240 ARGB have a cold plate, a changeable infinity mirror-style lens, and built-in ARGB fans, whereas the Prime LC 360 ARGB LCD has real-time monitoring, daisy-chainable fans, and a powerful motor-equipped Asetek pump for optimal cooling performance, catering to both content creation and gaming.

For more information on ASUS products during Computex 2024, visit their website.

Migs Palispis
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Started his freelancing adventure in 2018 and began doing freelance Audio Engineering work and then started freelance writing a few years later.

Currently he writes for Gadget Pilipinas and Grit.PH.

He is also a musician, foody, gamer, and PC enthusiast.

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