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Old 19-10-21, 04:01 PM
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Corsair's latest AIOs can be upgraded with their iCUE Elite LCD Display

Ready to mount an IPS screen onto your AIO.



Read more about Corsairs Elite iCUE LCD AIO upgrade kit.

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Old 19-10-21, 05:30 PM
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That's actually not a bad idea, I was curious as the rad and tubing are the same on the Capellix, I may give this a look if UK pricing isn't outrageous.
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This thing will be expensive. I'm using a deepcool malestrom atm it's doing the task, most likely get something better come zen 4
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This thing will be expensive. I'm using a deepcool malestrom atm it's doing the task, most likely get something better come zen 4

99 USD for the upgrade kit, Considering it is just a small screen that bolts onto existing Capellix pump tops yeah it's a bit much.
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