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EVGA CLC 120 CL11 Liquid / Water CPU Cooler, Intel Cooling 400-HY-CL11-V1 for $39.99 + FS

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it is INTEL ONLY, no AMD mounting. About the same performance as CM ML120 Lite
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How do you get free shipping?
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It's $10 more for the version with RGB and AMD mounts.
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Can this help with heat generated by my always-mining GPU? or am I better off getting a different kind of cooler? TIA
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Yea, I second the question about free shipping. I don't see it as an option on any CLC, and with shipping you might as well get it at Amazon for $60 and get faster shipping and easy returns. The shipping eats into this deal pretty significantly.
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Anyone tried to use this to cool a gpu? a 1070 to be specific. Using a bracket of course
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Anyone tried to use this to cool a gpu? a 1070 to be specific. Using a bracket of course
I got the 280 hooked up to my 1080ti... working like a champ, 23 at idle and 38 at full load
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I got the 280 hooked up to my 1080ti... working like a champ, 23 at idle and 38 at full load
I would expect the 120 to be somewhere low 60s under load from what i have read
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I got the 280 hooked up to my 1080ti... working like a champ, 23 at idle and 38 at full load
That's very impressive. Do you have liquid cooling on the CPU too?
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That's very impressive. Do you have liquid cooling on the CPU too?
I do, enermax 360 on a thread ripper 1950x. I have 2 1080 ti , one cooled by a thermal take 240 and one by the evga 280. The extra 40ml is most likely a waste for just the one card but oh well (both get exact same temps)
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99 + 10 bucks shipping..id take the one from amazon 2 days and easy returns 110
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$7.95 for shipping
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So guys, I do a lot of 3D design/graphics rendering using a newer generation i7 CPU and 1070 GPU, do these really perform much better than just a fan? Around how much percentage wise of a difference do you see switching to something like this on a CPU?
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