When it comes to Linux, we do not get official software support from brands like NZXT, Corsair, MSI, ASUS, etc., to manage hardware components on PC.
Coolero is a front-end that uses libraries like liquidctl and a few others to control cooling devices, mostly AIOs, fan hub/controllers, along with PSUs and some RGB lighting support. Coolero has been making good progress with NZXT and Corsair devices so far, but it is still a work in progress. Its functionality is not just for monitoring, as it can also control a number of essentials such as adjusting fan profiles and RGB light profiles, multiple versions of a device, etc. It supports most of the devices liquidctl supports.
So before buying any new high-end device to use on Linux, you may well want to have a look at their GitLab project page to see what devices Coolero already supports.
See Guy Boldon / Coolero
A program to monitor and control your cooling devices