Visually the coolers combine with the Gigabyte AORUS Engine and with the RGB Fusion 2.0 in order to control the lights and display. As well as having RGB lighting on the radiator fans there is also a helpful display on the CPU cooler.
The display can be configured to show you temperature information, fan speeds, text or custom images, and it also has different modes for different use profiles. This is great if you want to show off to anybody peering inside your case that your CPU is running nice and cool, and it’s also handy to have if you’re overclocking your PC or otherwise thrashing it like a rented mule and you want to make sure at a glance it that everything is holding together in there.
Gigabyte describes the AORUS all-in-one coolers as being available soon, although there is no mention of a price as yet.