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EVGA - CLC 240 74.82 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

( 4.0 Average / 21 Ratings )





CLC 240

Part #


Supported Sockets


Liquid Cooled


Radiator Size


Noise Level

16 dB - 39.9 dB


500 - 2400 RPM

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


ericide 24 points 18 months ago

This cooler does the job very well and it's nice to look at. It keeps my overclocked CPU around or below 60c in most games and usually below 75c during testing. The software to manage it is robust although the interface can use a little work. The fans are also a lot better than expected. I'm currently using them as intake fans and find the noise level acceptable on a fan curve that tops out at around 80%. Overall, very pleased with it's performance.

stevensmeister 11 points 17 months ago
from completed build My Coffee Lake Rig

Only rating this because of the janky software. Sometimes it senses my cooler, sometimes it doesnt. Plus RGB sync doesn't work with my gpu.

genshin 32 points 17 months ago
from completed build i7 7700K - "IRENE"

Pretty solid AIO Cooler, I had one in my Ryzen build before I scrapped it, liked it so much I stuck with it. Comes with everything you need for both AMD and Intel builds. Only issue is that it sometimes bugs out and doesn't get recognized in the FLOW software.

PH561 16 points 16 months ago
from completed build My Ryzen Build

Just installed it from the stock cooler. Its works great and looks good as well only thing is the fans do get really loud on full load but i keep them about half way and its a good noise to power. my case though doesn't have have the best air intakes anywhere so even with the new CLC i think it could be even better with a different case.

brock1198 19 points 15 months ago
from completed build First Pc Build Need a Name

Awesome clc. Keeps my CPU at 27c idle and and maxes at 53c after stress testing for a few hours. Having issues with the software and a having the software not recognize it's plugged in but other than that it's perfect

Iki108 5 points 12 months ago
from completed build No Nonsense

The pump is good, fans are loud. The software does not work well. On Ryzen it still is showing the 20 degree offset. The custom fan curve shoots to 100% fans above 60 and I can't change that. I have to use manual settings on the fan and pump. I would not recommend for a Ryzen build.

Keatononame 13 points 10 months ago
from completed build Z370 Done Right

Stock fans are quite loud but perform excellent, replaced with bequiet! silent wings 3 120's and gained ~+9*C @ 5.0 with 8700K. RGB isn't overly intuitive, but I didn't buy this for RGB connectivity. There is a white setting, which is close enough to white that it doesn't bother me.

Phughes603 19 points 10 months ago
from completed build Greenman

Probably a good cooler - does the trick for the 7900x at 3.3 ghz. It is not working for me. Stock fans were really loud, and the software wont recognize any others. I have replaced them with the EK Vardar and just control the fans and pump separately in the UEFI. I uninstalled the software. Next week this will be removed and replaced with a 360 mm aio.

jjsoto 11 points 9 months ago
from completed build Build 1

Great aio cooler. Only gripe I have on it is that I am not a fan of how the cooler tubes go directly into the front of the unit on the cpu instead of being offset like you see on most. It causes the EVGA rgb to be covered by the tubing if viewed from a slightly elevated angle. The fans are loud when rpm goes up but even with my 8700k overclocked to 5mgz it usually doesn't require super elevated rpms. Have not seen a temperature higher than 70c on all the testing I have done in benchmarking and stress testing. It idles at 29 to 30c and during normal usage stays under 50c.

kyledrankpee 5 points 7 months ago
from completed build Black Ice, the actual good sequel

Cools great, looks great, and is quiet, like REALLY quiet, i cant even hear it if all my fans psu and gpu fans arent spinning, my pump is on full blast too. so A++++++++++++