February 23, 2024
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EVGA Introduces New CLX AIOs – The Next Generation in Cooling

EVGA Introduces New CLX AIOs – The Next Generation in Cooling

EVGA officially introduced its new line of CLX all-in-one (AIO) liquid cooling systems, the successor to its popular CLC line that comes with all the latest innovations in both performance and aesthetics.

The heart of the AIO CLX is the Asetek 7ma water pump. Generation, responsible for providing a large flow of water between the processor block and the radiator with low noise, allowing you to extract heat from your processor efficiently and quietly.

To accompany the Asetek bomb of 7th. Generation and 240mm, 280mm or 360mm radiators depending on the model chosen, EVGA also includes its new next generation ARGB fans, based on hydrodynamic bearings for silent operation and a lifespan of at least 50.000 hours.

Another essential feature of the AIO CLX is its 2.1” LCD screen with a 480×480 resolution located above the CPU block, which will allow you to both monitor your system and display images, whether static or animated, allowing you to customize your system to a new level.

Finally, to get the most out of its new CLX AIOs, EVGA introduced its new EVGA CLX control software, designed to control fan and pump speeds, ARGB fan lighting, information or images displayed on the screen. LCD screen, and monitor all aspects of the system in real time, allowing you to gain complete control over your new AIO.

You can find more information about EVGA and its products by visiting the company's official website, and learn about all the latest EVGA news on social media:

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The CLX 240, CLX 280, and CLX 360 AIOs will arrive in the Latin American market later this year, and you can find them in major stores in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay.

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