Chinese manufacturer Tryx reveals unique AIO cooler with curved AMOLED display

Photograph of the Tryx Panorama AIO coolers at an exhibition, taken by Twitter user @wxnod.
Photograph of the Tryx Panorama AIO coolers at an exhibition, taken by Twitter user @wxnod. (Image credit: @wxnod on Twitter)

Fresh out of China, Tryx is debuting a new AIO cooler design leveraging a panoramic, curved, AMOLED display. The design, which seems to be named "Panorama" or "Panorama Exhibition Area," uses a curved screen alongside an eighth-gen Asetek AIO pump and optional RGB. We'll be referring to it as just "Panorama" for simplicity's sake since there seems to be a chance "Panorama Exhibition Area" was literally referring to where these photos were taken.

This information and the following points are originally sourced from @wxnod on Twitter— we could not find an official press release for these coolers at this time.

So, what can one actually expect from these new Tryx Panorama AIO coolers? Performance-wise, they should be in line with other eighth-gen Asetek pump AIO designs, many of which are included in our Best AIO Coolers roundup (like Lian Li's Galahad II). So, for those worried that the focus on a fancy AMOLED gimmick will come at the expense of performance, they should still wait for a trusted review—but it seems unlikely these will perform poorly.

At the time of writing, the cheapest Tryx Panorama AIO costs 2099 yuan, or roughly $290 USD, while the most expensive Tryx Panorama AIO costs 2699 yuan, or roughly $373 USD — even for high-performance AIOs, that's a lot of money! We've included more detailed pricing information below, based on another @wxnot Tweet.

  • Tryx Panorama 240 Pro — 2099 yuan
  • Tryx Panorama 240 ARGB — 2199 yuan
  • Tryx Panorama 280 Pro — 2399 yuan
  • Tryx Panorama 280 ARGB — 2499 yuan
  • Tryx Panorama 360 Pro — 2599 yuan
  • Tryx Panorama 360 ARGB — 2699 yuan

Overall, these new Tryx Panorama AMOLED AIOs seem quite interesting. If "Panorama Exhibition Area" ends up being the full official name even when brought to English territories, we will at least concede that it's a very accurate descriptor. A 6.5-inch curved AMOLED over your AIO cooler that can achieve "naked-eye 3D visual effects" is quite the exhibition, and you can get an idea of how it would look on your PC from the Tweet embed below.

Hopefully, we'll see this tech or something similar come stateside soon. There's also always premium PC cases with screens built into them, like the Hyte Y70 Touch, though those also cost a pretty penny.

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  • The Historical Fidelity
    I’ve never understood the craze to put screens all over things that have no business having screens lol
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  • hotaru251
    The Historical Fidelity said:
    I’ve never understood the craze to put screens all over things that have no business having screens lol
    i mean just screens like this? yes dumb as its costly for no reason as you can add one for a lot less.

    However a screen in pc is useful way to track temps/usage of cpu, gpu, water in loop, etc w/o having to take up screen real estate.
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