MSI MEG CORELIQUID S360 AIO Liquid Cooler Review

The MEG CORELIQUID S360 is a new product release from MSI that looks to take a big swing at the premium level of AIO cooling performance. – Offering a sleek and stylish aesthetic with no ARGB razzle-dazzle to distract you from the all-work/functionality aspect of its design, on the surface, this appears to be an excellent AIO that has every chance of being one of the most impressive we have ever reviewed. – Yes, we haven’t even got this out of the box yet and we’re already anticipating big things from it!


Admittedly, MSI is not a name most consumers would instantly associate with AIO liquid coolers. I think it reasonable to say that most people would more commonly tie them into their motherboards, graphics cards, and/or their impressive range of display solutions. No, MSI does not release a lot of cooling products, but when they do, it always warrants attention.

So, with the MEG CORELIQUID S360, what are we looking at here? Well, the short version is that this is a premium/enthusiast-level cooling solution. In terms of presentation, it truly looks both impressive and imposing with its strong predominantly black aesthetic that would suit practically any system. Without a doubt, however, some of the key highlights of the MSI MEG CORELIQUID S360 is the 2.4″ IPS display offering a wide variety of user control and functionality including the presentation of key system performance figures (CPU temperature, fan/pump speed), as well as the option for static images or GIF animations. – Throw in the fact that this includes the latest Asetek 7th-gen pump, and this seems to hit the holy trinity of AIO cooling solutions, practicality, performance, and functionality.

And if that wasn’t enough, while offering support for all major socket designs, the MSI MEG CORELIQUID S360 also offers out of the box compatibility for Intel’s Alder Lake-S LGA1700 socket as well as AMD’s Threadripper TR4.

Are you impressed yet? – Let’s look at some of the key features and specifications!


  • MSI’S MEG SILENT GALE P12 provides sufficient airflow to the radiator for cooling while maintaining low noise levels.
  • A 60mm fan is placed within the water block to help dissipate heat for the M.2 SSD, CPU VRMs, and surrounding components.
  • The MEG SILENT GALE P12 and the water block fan support 0% RPM to ensure zero noise under low temperatures.
  • The MEG CORELIQUID S Series comes with a 2.4” IPS display capable of displaying hardware information, GIF, MP4, photos, texts, and live weather information.
  • The MEG CORELIQUID S Series liquid cooler provides out of box support for LGA 1700 & AMD Threadripper TR4

Technical Information

For more in-depth specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!

Socket Compatibility

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