Cordorbonly change I see in release notes is : Release Note v2.0.12Adds WHQL support.
Mister E...EVGA Flow Control v.2.0.12 is available from the Drivers and BIOS page in the Download Center for those who are interested. Unfortunately, it's still using a generic Asetek driver (appears as "Asetek USB Device" in Device Manager under USB Controllers) and hasn't been customized by EVGA at all. The driver version is newer but it's still dated (v.220.127.116.11 from 2015-10-14). Also, be warned that being a generic WinUSB driver (appears to be built by Silicon Laboratories Inc. for their USBXpress device) its got its "Safe Removal Required" flag set to <true> so the device appears in your system tray as a removable USB device and gives you the option to safely remove it (Eject 690LC). I'd hope EVGA would have their own driver programmers and at least customize it to have the device listed as an EVGA CLC in Device Manager as well as disable the "Safe Removal Required" flag.
coolmistryThat Safely remove which you can remove the usb cable... Have a look below > Can I disconnect the USB Cable to a CLC Cooler after changing settings?I have CL360 here and don't use EVGA Flow software after I have change RGB colour then remove usb cable..I use onboard Fans HeadersYou can keep usb for you monitor the coolant temp etc...I use HWINFO64 to sensor my coolant and many more sensor!
coolmistryThat Safely remove which you can remove the usb cable... Have a look below >