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Corsair launches Elite LCD series AIO coolers

Today, Corsair is launching new H100i Elite LCD, H150i Elite LCD and H170i Elite LCD all-in-one CPU liquid coolers. All three have one thing in common – a 2.1-inch LCD display on the pump head capable of displaying anything from system vitals to animated GIFs. The LCD screen is also available as a separate upgrade for the Corsair iCUE Elite Capellix cooler range. 

All three of these new CPU coolers are also equipped with new ML RGB ELITE Series fans, complete with magnetic levitation bearings and AirGuide technology, illuminated by eight individually addressable RGB LEDs per fan. ML RGB ELITE fans are also available separately in both 120mm and 140mm sizes and either black or white frames.

The new Corsair Elite LCD AIO coolers use an ultra-bright IPS LCD screen on the pump head, capable of showing key PC stats like fan speeds or system temperatures. You can also display custom images for an added personal touch. The LCD display has a ring of 24 individually list ARGB LEDs around it – as always, RGB is customisable through Corsair’s iCUE software. em.

In addition to their eye-catching screen, the CORSAIR H100i, H150i, and H170i ELITE LCD offer everything you need to keep your CPU running at peak performance, including fans, coolant, and radiator, in a single maintenance-free closed loop. Multiple radiator sizes of 240mm, 360mm, or a massive 420mm ensure that you’ll find a cooler that will fit your case, whether you’re building a compact PC or a full-tower behemoth. All three versions are also compatible with modern CPU brackets, including LGA 115x, LGA 2066, AM4, sTRX4 and the upcoming LGA 1700 socket for Intel Alder Lake.

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KitGuru Says: We’ll be reviewing one of these new Elite LCD CPU coolers soon, so stay tuned for more details on performance. 

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