EVGA CLC 280 All-In-One RGB LED CPU Liquid Cooler

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Average Rating: 2.8 / 5 With 5 Customer Reviews

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Thursday, October 01, 2020
By: Kevin
From: Alberta

Disappointed

Strengths:

Good cooling

Weaknesses:

Loud fans Leaked

Additional Comments:

Rad started leaking at the top. Was moving my system to a new case and noticed a bubble of dried rad fluid about the size of a pea. Still worked fine but still a massive issue. This is second AIO I’ve had leak, so back to air coolers it is!
Saturday, April 25, 2020
By: mike
From: bow island

NOPE

Strengths:

Well I'm sure there must be something better than another option maybe price ?

Weaknesses:

Temps ramp up and don't stabilize rad is to small to recover could only game with a 9900k for about 1 hour without noticing a lot of heat pumping out, simply not good enough

Additional Comments:

Subpar product and don't even get me started with their software
Wednesday, December 18, 2019
By: Liam
From: Calgary

Good Cooler, Terrible Software and Fans

Strengths:

- Looks Great - Cools 9700k OC Pretty Well - Long hoses would work well for larger cases, and also coil easily without kinking for smaller cases

Weaknesses:

- Software is buggy - Included fans are not effective on a radiator. The open design of the fan frame lets a lot of static pressure escape past the fins reducing overall air flow through the rad, requiring you to bump fan speeds higher to get the same flow. - Included fans make a "buffetting noise" as others have mentioned. I thought I could deal with it at first, but it got annoying really quickly. - Buying replacement fans is a necessity - Static pump control only, it does not vary based on temps. If you set it too low you'll get extreme temp spikes, if you set it too high the pump is noisy and probably reduces lifespan significantly. I recommend turning all fans off, turning up the pump until slightly audible (a bit above 50% for me) and leaving it there.

Additional Comments:

Once you buy new fans, figure out the buggy software, and set your pump speed/fan curves properly it works well. Make sure you load test your settings to ensure you aren't experiencing severe temp spikes.
Saturday, August 17, 2019
By: steve
From: calgary

clc 280 evga

Strengths:

good cooling

Weaknesses:

software is a joke i have a x470 amd board for the reason is version 2.0.9 gives me incorrect temperatures like 100+ downgraded to 2.0.8 works and that manages to get my temps in check.

Additional Comments:

good cooling software dev's need the boot
Thursday, January 17, 2019
By: Mike
From: Bow Island

Needs work

Strengths:

Quality product, it seems to keep a i9 9900k around 50° C or so.

Weaknesses:

Can't say anything nice about the software real junk IMO but cant say for sure may need an EVGA board ? oh and noisy fans need an easy upgrade

Additional Comments:

Cool yes, a work in progress absolutely a rushed product
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