Review: Corsair H150i Elite LCD XT is the ultimate AIO liquid cooler, but it’ll cost you

Corsair is a dominant player in the liquid cooling segment, and its H series of products are consistently among the best you’ll find in this category. What I like about Corsair is that it continually adds features to its marquee products, and in recent years, that meant introducing RGB lighting that ties into the iCUE ecosystem, LCD screens, larger radiator sizes, and white color options.

The H150i Elite LCD XT is the latest model in the series and retailing for $289, it is aimed at enthusiasts looking to get the most out of their cooling setup. A key highlight of the cooler is that it comes with Corsair’s latest AF120 RGB Elite fans as standard, and you get a large 2.1-inch IPS LCD screen with extensive customizability. Clearly, there is a lot to like here, so let’s take a look at what Corsair has to offer with the H150i Elite XT, and whether you should consider the AIO cooler for your gaming rig.

H150i Elite LCD XT: Pricing and availability

Corsair logo on H150i Elite LCD XT radiator with AF RGB Elite fans

Corsair’s AF RGB Elite 120mm fans have vibrant RGB lighting (Image credit: Harish Jonnalagadda / Windows Central)

Corsair unveiled the H150i Elite LCD XT on February 2, and the AIO cooler is now available for sale in most global markets where Corsair has an official presence. The H150i is the 360mm variant in the series, and the white version of the cooler that I’m testing is available for $299 in the U.S., £319 ($385) in the U.K., €370 ($392) in Europe, and the equivalent of $299 in South Korea and other Southeast Asian countries.

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