Early last month, EVGA announced that it would not launch GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards, ending all graphics card-related activities, including the KINGPIN series, while the current-generation GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards will continue to ship until inventory is emptied. Many people believe that in the future, EVGA will more actively expand other aspects of the business to make up for the loss in the graphics card business.
Today EVGA announced the launch of the CLX series of all-in-one water cooling radiators to replace the past CLC series. It adopts the 7th generation Asetek solution, integrates a 480 x 480 resolution LCD display on the water block, and the new EVGA ARGB fan, making it the most efficient and quietest all-in-one water cooling radiator ever produced by EVGA.
According to EVGA, the newly designed ARGB fan adopts a fluid dynamic bearing, which provides the best balance in terms of heat dissipation and quietness, and its service life is as long as 50,000 hours.
The CLX series integrated water cooling radiator has three specifications, 360mm, 280mm, and 240mm respectively, and the prices are $299.99, $269.99, and $249.99 with a five-year warranty.