CORSAIR Launches New AIOs With iCUE LINK LCD Displays

CORSAIR has a new ecosystem named iCUE Link which makes it easier to sync up CORSAIR products with minimal cable mess, unfortunately, that does mean locking yourself into CORSAIR’s ecosystem which I realised wouldn’t be a good idea when I stopped myself spending £100+ on fans. Today CORSAIR has revealed new LCD-Equipped AIO CPU coolers which are ready to fit into the iCUE LINK Ecosystem.


Available in white and black, these new AIOs from CORSAIR sport an all-new block with an LCD display that is fully compatible with the iCUE Link ecosystem. This block has quite a visually vibrant design with RGB encompassing the entire thing and the central round 480×480 LCD display capable of giving you temperature information or other images or gifs you choose to display. This block is also available standalone as the iCUE LINK AIO LCD Screen Module to allow existing owners of CORSAIR AIOs to upgrade.


The coolers are available as H100i, H150i and H170i in sizes of 240mm, 360mm and 420mm respectively and all come with CORSAIR XTM70 thermal paste. The included fans feature PWM control with Zero RPM mode and are capable of speeds up to 2400 RPM for 120mm models and 2000 RPM for 140mm models with up to 82.5 CFM of airflow (420mm). They are fully compatible with the latest LGA 1700 and AM5 chips as well as older AM4, LGA 1200 and LGA 115X CPUs.

Price and Availability

The CORSAIR iCUE LINK H100i LCD, H150i LCD, H170i LCD, and iCUE LINK AIO LCD Screen Module are available for pre-order now from the CORSAIR webstore, with full availability from the CORSAIR webstore and the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors soon.

The iCUE LINK LCD Series is backed by a six-year warranty, and the iCUE LINK AIO LCD Screen Module is backed by a five-year warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network. For up-to-date pricing of individual iCUE LINK products, please refer to the CORSAIR website.

Jakob Aylesbury

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