Of course, these sweet new AIO liquid coolers still have the on-trend ARGB fans that many others sport, but that won't be your primary focus. Gigabyte's Aorus is stepping things up a gear, offering all new customisation possibilities to their new range of coolers, which feature an LCD screen mounted subtly on the waterblock.
Using Aorus' RGB Fusion 2.0, not only will you be able to customise your fan lighting but also the LCD screen - with 7 different modes ranging from displaying hardware information to a custom image and text mode, you'll have a whole load of options to choose from to make your AIO your own.
And of course, through the AORUS Engine software, users have full control over the status of each individual component metric, such as CPU model name, clock rates and temperatures, plus fan and pump RPM, all of which can then be displayed on their signature LCD.
We took a look at these new coolers right here in the office - check out our video below:
And here's another I found, in case your after something a little more... intense...
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