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2019/07/30 11:20:21 (permalink)

EVGA's award-winning CLC AIO coolers now have a new member of the family - The EVGA CLosed Loop Cooler CLC 360. With three 120mm fans and more radiator surface area for cooling than the EVGA CLC 280, be ready take your cooling to the next level!

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    Sajin
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/07/30 11:37:58 (permalink)


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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/07/30 12:06:49 (permalink)
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/07/30 17:27:22 (permalink)
    Any reviews knocking about yet perchance?

    Just bought a Corsair H150i for a future build and would be interested in a comparison as not opened it yet.
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/07/30 18:17:41 (permalink)
    I can't wait to see a review since I have a CLC-280 and it does a great job. I am wondering though how much the CLC-360 would improve it. I probably will not upgrade to a CLC-360 from my CLC-280 but for future builds it would be nice to know which of the two I should be considering.

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/07/30 19:06:01 (permalink)
    I was just NOW searching for a cooler for my new Raspberry pi 4  and google offered up the EVGA CLC-360  :-)
     
    NOW with 3 fans I could have the air blow OUT from the Z370 case or be able to use the computer in England in the summer time.
     
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/07/31 18:34:52 (permalink)
    ill definitely keep my eye on this for the future when i upgrade my PC case to something that can house a 360. The 240CLC is what i'm using now and it works wonderfully. 

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/08/02 19:45:19 (permalink)
    The enermax liqtech I've been using for my 2950x Threadripper appears to be getting less and less useful probably due to the internal corrosion debacle.
     
    So I ordered a CLC 360. Yes, it doesn't have a cold plate the size of a Threadripper IHS but I'm hoping its big enough to cover the portion of the IHS with the heat generating components underneath.
     
    Will post again when I know how/if it works. If it doesn't I'll just hold onto it for my next build... and use a custom loop.
     
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    ps. If you build a Threadripper system in a Lian Li pc-o11 dynamic case it appears the only full plate size air cooler is the enermax tr4 360. The only air cooler worthy of the title "cooler" that would fit (that I've found so far) is the Noctua NH-u9 tr4-sp3 but it doesn't have the capacity for an overclocked chip. So, expect that you'll likely need a custom loop cooler. Sigh. The case looks really nice, but I'm no keen on custom loops (I hate things that require regular maintenance - so I'm hoping the CLC 360 will work for me)
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/08/03 14:51:21 (permalink)
    buy some of that different LM's...this ones holding better than coolabratory too like over a year….on airrr in the south...no joke...we never needed water it was just cool.

    7700k/5.2ghz-1.34v/ FTW K/ custom Loop/ Supersc 16gb 3200mhz/ GTX 1060/ Cooler Master GXII Pro 750w
     
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/08/04 08:57:13 (permalink)
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    EVGA's award-winning CLC AIO coolers now have a new member of the family - The EVGA CLosed Loop Cooler CLC 360. With three 120mm fans and more radiator surface area for cooling than the EVGA CLC 280, be ready take your cooling to the next level!


    Hey Lee, is there a different pump on this unit to push this extra water?

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/08/04 09:08:15 (permalink)
    Currently All - EVGA CLC - use the Same Asetek Gen 5 pump

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/08/06 04:06:56 (permalink)
    Is there a new version of Flow control coming to work more accurately with this or still best off using mobo fan headers?
     
    UPS says it arrives today and still no reviews or new software since january, kinda scary.
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/08/06 12:57:53 (permalink)
    amlaria
    Is there a new version of Flow control coming to work more accurately with this or still best off using mobo fan headers?
     
    UPS says it arrives today and still no reviews or new software since january, kinda scary.


    I reviewed with our CLC team before launch and they confirmed that the latest version of Flow Control works fine with the CL36.  No immediate plans to release a new version for that reason.
     
    Of course, if you find a bug or have another issue with it, please let me know.
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/08/12 12:01:46 (permalink)
    Ok well the cooler is working pretty well, not currently using flow control tho.  My Maximus VIII Extreme bios QFan works better.  Pump plugged into CPU_Fan header, fans off seperate header via splitter.   6700k @4.4ghz never going over 55c (25c idle), so might actually play with a lil more oc.
     
    I have always had a problem with flow control not accurately reporting temps, it varies between 10-30c more than the bios temp sensor headers on the motherboard.  Which is really weird to have that variance in this software vs bios, hwmonitor, etc.  Makes for some really weird fan curves.  Also when I was trying to use FlowControl the auto fan curve kept switching between cpu / coolant, and the evga sync color settings I had for (green/yellow/red) kept resetting back to the default blue/etc.
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA CLC 360 Cooler 2019/08/18 08:24:10 (permalink)
    I keep the manual fan set to MAX but run in auto so I will know if there is a software glitch.
     
    My reported CPU temp is +- 1 C of MB LCD on EVGA 370 class K  MB  ( tested from 30 C to 60 C )
     
    I do only use the flow temp to control the fans with pump a max  ( 3000 ? )
    Note: this is  for the 2 fan CLC 280 which I have in 3 different builds.
     
     
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