HYTE Unveils Its First AIO, The THICC Q60

/ 9 months ago

In trying to be hip with the kids, HYTE has unveiled its first AIO terribly but accurately named the THICC Q60.


The THICC Q60 is HYTE’s first AIO and its standout feature is the 5″ ultra-slim IPS display with a 720 x 1280 resolution making it the largest AIO display to date. Behind this display is a 42-pixel qRGB array which diffuses through the frosted surface providing ambient lighting to your PC. The Q60 lives up to its THICC name with an AIO measuring 52mm thick with two 32mm-thick FT12 fans creating potent, efficient and amazingly quiet cooling performance. Within the radiator is dual harmonic pumps providing enough power to propel the coolant through the Q60 for optimum system performance

FT12 Fans

Included with this AIO are HYTE’s new FT12 fans which can be daisy-chained together through the Nexus Link Type-M magnetic couplers. These fans feature speeds from 500-2000 RPM and contain zero RPM capability. The fan blades are constructed with a liquid crystal polymer providing a much more rigid design for better durability and performance. The fans will be available in packs of three and each will come with the Nexus link to Type-C cable for compatibility with other Nexus devices.

Price and Availability

The THICC Q60 is expected to be available globally in September 2023 for a starting MSRP of $299.99 USD.

The THICC FT12 Fans are expected to be available globally in September 2023 for a starting MSRP of $79.99 USD.

To learn more about the THICC Q60 AIO and FT12 Fans, please visit: https://hyte.co/cmptx23-pr

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