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EVGA CLC AIO coolers for, 120mm $40, 240mm $86, 280mm 90$, 360mm $110 AFTER REBATES!

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The EVGA CLC AIO coolers are on sale again, all 4 of them with rebates! The 120mm would be good for something like a GPU water cooling solution using like the NZXT G12 or a small ITX build IMO. I'd personally go with the 280mm as its the best "bang for your buck" IMO but not all cases can fit a 280mm rad. Prices seem inline with what they have had in the past with the exception of the 120mm which I haven' seen for this price in a while. Reviews have rated the coolers pretty good but the fans are the weakest point of these. Just replace the fans with something better like bequiet or noctua and you're good to go!

Rebate deal expires on 2/29/20 but no idea if the base price will remain the same.

120mm for $40 AR
https://www.newegg.com/evga-clc-120-cl11-liquid-cooling-system/p/N82E16835288013​ [newegg.com]

240mm for $86 AR
https://www.newegg.com/evga-liquid-cooling-system/p/N82E16835288009?Item=N82E16835288009​ [newegg.com]

280mm for $90 AR
https://www.newegg.com/evga-liquid-cooling-system/p/N82E16835288008?Item=N82E16835288008​ [newegg.com]

360mm for $110 AR
https://www.newegg.com/evga-clc-3...6835288014
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anyone know if this will fit in an alienware aurora r7? the processor is in a tight space
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anyone know if this will fit in an alienware aurora r7? the processor is in a tight space
Hope this helps

https://www.dell.com/community/Al...604/page/2
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they cool well but they are the noisiest coolers on the market. Just FYI.
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Was cheaper through EVGA.

Maybe they are updating cuz fan speed was water temp determined according gn but what we need are some really nice looking radiators already. The zalman lq320 I have looks sick!
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Same price on Amazon
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they cool well but they are the noisiest coolers on the market. Just FYI.
This gets repeated a lot because of the gamers nexus review. They are marginally noisier than the competition at 100% fan speed. But at typical usage there is no difference. I own the 240 and have 0 complaints on noise even under heavy use conditions.
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i have the clc 360, i paid $65 on amazon with rebate and one of the previous amex $30 off $60 promos. it was also cheaper via evga like a week ago, i think it came out to around $90 AR. don't know about the smaller units, i didn't really look at them.

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Was cheaper through EVGA.

Maybe they are updating cuz fan speed was water temp determined according gn but what we need are some really nice looking radiators already. The zalman lq320 I have looks sick!
you don't have to plug the fans into the pump, it's just an option. you can just plug them into a header on the motherboard and have the fans respond to the CPU temp instead. i have all 3 running off 1 header. asetek's design doesn't allow you to put a thermistor on the cold plate, so the cooler's current functionality will not change. it iwll continue to run off the water temp.

the REAL reason they are dropping the price is because of competition. cooler master has 360mm CLC for $99. deepcool has one for $110. these price drops are just to compete. zero chance they are updating anything.

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they cool well but they are the noisiest coolers on the market. Just FYI.
This is only loud if you run the fans at full speed. other coolers give you fans that run between 1500-2000 RPM. these fans can go from 1000 to 2500RPM. higher max RPM means higher mac decibles. but they can run just as quiet as any other cooler if you don't run them full speed.

go back to that GN review you are quoting, and look at the noise normalized chart, NOT THE FULL SPEED CHART, and you'll see this cooler is the same as any other.
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Anyone know the power draw on these? I'm already pushing my PSU (180W, yes I know - it's weak AF) past it's limits with my latest graphics card but it's getting a bit warm in there. I'm considering the 120mm to help cool it down but need to be extra mindful of power as it cannot be upgraded.
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Just letting you know from experience that rebates take up to 120 days to be processed and sent to you and when they do you have 1 year to use them.

As for Newegg, talk about returns. The merchandise that gets to you has been used and abused.

Lastly, $40 for a 120mm aio cooler sounds about right considering 240mm costs around $80-100
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Anyone know the power draw on these? I'm already pushing my PSU (180W, yes I know - it's weak AF) past it's limits with my latest graphics card but it's getting a bit warm in there. I'm considering the 120mm to help cool it down but need to be extra mindful of power as it cannot be upgraded.
Just get a 650W gold power supply for $50 from evga
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EVGA Rebates can take 3-4 months if they are done correctly and approved.
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Anyone know the power draw on these? I'm already pushing my PSU (180W, yes I know - it's weak AF) past it's limits with my latest graphics card but it's getting a bit warm in there. I'm considering the 120mm to help cool it down but need to be extra mindful of power as it cannot be upgraded.
Getting a good power supply would be the best thing you can do for your components and you can move it into another system, assuming such a small supply is in a prebuilt.
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Anyone know the power draw on these? I'm already pushing my PSU (180W, yes I know - it's weak AF) past it's limits with my latest graphics card but it's getting a bit warm in there. I'm considering the 120mm to help cool it down but need to be extra mindful of power as it cannot be upgraded.
Lol 180 watts. I've never heard of anything so pathetic since I fixed someone's Emachines computer about 12 years ago.
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