[Press Release] CORSAIR is bringing new additions to its AIO coolers with the iCUE Link LCD Series. This lineup delivers unmatched cooling and aesthetics for a stylish and practical addition to modern PC builds.
The AIO comes with the option of three coolers: the H100i, H150i, and H170i LCD. With radiator sizes starting at 240mm and going up to 420mm, these coolers make no compromise on choice or compatibility.
CORSAIR’s tool-free mounting brackets make it easier than ever to install these coolers, allowing motherboard sockets like AMD AM5 and Intel LGA 1700 to enjoy a quick installation process. The company also includes pre-applied thermal paste to make the process more seamless.
iCUE Link is at the heart of what makes the new coolers so compelling. This ecosystem’s patented cable technology makes PC building accessible and fast, eliminating the need for dealing with numerous cables.
Using the iCUE Link connector, QX RGB fans can be routed in a direct sequence, with all the fans leading to the iCUE Link System Hub. The LCD featured on the AIO series is also another highlight for the lineup.
With a 480×480 resolution, this tiny 2.1″ screen allows PC builders to express themselves like never before. The screen can be used to display custom GIFs or logos, which appear sharp and vibrant thanks to the IPS screen and its 24-bit color depth.
In addition to these AIO coolers, CORSAIR is introducing the iCUE Link AIO LCD Screen Module, which enables existing iCUE Link cooler owners to enhance their setups through an LCD add-on.
The entire lineup of 2023 iCUE Link Coolers is supported by the add-on, which continues the theme of easy installations. This add-on can simply latch on to existing coolers, eliminating the need for taking the build apart.
CORSAIR has already opened pre-orders for its latest iCUE Link AIO Coolers, confirming that they will be available soon. This lineup comes with a six-year warranty, allowing PC users to enjoy unparalleled cooling without any concerns about the future.
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