EVGA has revealed their new CLX-series of AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

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EVGA has revealed their new CLX-series of AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

Have a look at EVGA's new CLX-series of AIO CPU Liquid Coolers

Most PC enthusiasts will already know this, but EVGA has left the GPU market. To make a long story short, EVGA's owner felt that they needed to terminate their relationship with Nvidia. EVGA's partnership with Nvidia wasn't working for them anymore, so they backed away from the GPU market and decided to focus on their other product lines. If you want to know more, you can read about it here.

While EVGA have left the GPU market, PC enthusiasts can still support the company by purchasing their other products. EVGA still manufactures liquid coolers, power supplies, and a wide range of other products. Today, EVGA has revealed their new CLX series of AIO CPU Liquid Coolers, all of which feature and LCD display that can be used to display custom imagery, measure CPU thermals, coolant temperatures, fan speeds and more. 

Using EVGA's CLX software, users of CLX series AIOs can change what is displayed on their AIO, control the RGB lighting and speeds of their CLX series fans, and monitor vital system information in real-time. Users of this software can even create custom fan curves for their PCs.

EVGA's CLX series AIO CPU Liquid coolers are available with 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm radiator sizes, and are expected to become available to purchase next week. 

EVGA has revealed their new CLX-series of AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

Press Release - EVGA Announces CLX-series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

Introducing the EVGA CLX Series - the remix you've been waiting for! The CLX Series is the sequel to the award-winning EVGA CLC All-In-One CPU Liquid Coolers. Refreshed with Asetek's 7th Generation water pump, 3 choices of radiators, an integrated 480x480 LCD display, and the completely remodeled EVGA ARGB Fans. With a fresh new take on the AIO CPU liquid cooler market, the EVGA CLX Series provides the most efficient cooling and quietest flow yet on an EVGA AIO.

7th Generation Asetek Pump Technology

- Extreme Temperature Testing to ensure product robustness
- Helium Integrity Testing to ensure each individual cooler is virtually immune to leaks
- Vacuum Precision Filling to ensure optimal liquid levels
- 100% traceability throughout our production process to provide valuable insight and feedback


Monitor system vitals or play your favorite image or animation on the full-color 480x480 LCD display.

EVGA has revealed their new CLX-series of AIO Liquid CPU Coolers


New EVGA-designed ARGB fans provide the best balance of cooling, silence, and peace of mind through a silent Hydro-Dynamic Bearing with a long-lasting 50,000 hours lifespan.


The EVGA CLX Series is built for all types of systems and cooling needs with 3 different sizes of radiators to choose from. Select the CLX 360 for maximum cooling, the CLX 280 for higher-end needs, or the CLX 240 for everything else.


- Adjust performance and silence to your needs by setting separate fan and pump curves.

- Use the 480x480 LCD display to monitor up to 4 different vitals, cycle information, or display your favorite animation.

- Customize ARGB lighting effects to fit your style.

- Monitor your system vitals in real-time for peace of mind cooling.

For more information, visit the product pages of the CLX360CLX280, and CLX240.  

You can join the discussion on EVGA's latest AIO liquid Coolers on the OC3D Forums.

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