EVGA introduced a new series of unserviceable liquid cooling systems EVGA CLX, including CLX360, CLX280 and CLX240 with 360, 280 and 240 mm radiators respectively.
With the release of the new EVGA CLX series, the manufacturer continues to develop the direction of its cooling systems, which the company started several years ago with the production of the CLC series. The manufacturer notes that new developments are based on high-quality 7th generation Astek components that have undergone extreme loading tests, including helium leak testing.
Among the features of EVGA CLX liquid-cooling systems are 2.1-inch LC-displays with a resolution of 480 x 480 pixels mounted on the caps of the pump placed over the copper water unit.
Displays can be used to monitor the system, as well as to display various animation effects. They can provide information on four indicators: processor temperature, fluids within the BAS circuit, pump speed and fans. The display settings are available via the EVGA brand software.
The EVGA CLX coolant radiators shall be equipped with new 120 mm or 140 mm fans with hydrodynamic bearings and RGB-mounted ring lighting. For 120 mm fans, a operating speed of between 0 and 2580 rpm shall be declared. A maximum velocity of 73.15 cubic feet per minute and a pressure of 3.77 mm water shall be created. Ventilators with a diameter of 140 mm shall operate between 0 and 2,380 rpm, air flow between 85.13 CFM and pressure of 3.68 mm water. The manufacturer shall declare a work resource of 50,000 hours.
EVGA indicates the compatibility of novels with Intel LGA 1700/1200/115x and AMD Socket AM5/AM4. The submitted liquid cooling systems EVGA CLX will be available on October 25. The recommended value of EVGA CLX 240 is $250, the EVGA CLX 280 model is estimated at $270, and the EVGA CLX 360 model is estimated at $300.