EVGA is no stranger to the CLC and AIO cooling market with numerous products already on the market from 120mm to 280mm CLC's currently available. The new offering in this segment is the CLC120 CL11 AIO. The CL11 is similar to the existing CLC120 except it does without a few bells and whistles such as RGB LEDs, and doesn't include fill ports or have expansion options as other competing products may have. It does bring to the table a less expensive entry point (by $30), has redesigned pump housing and smooth tubing, as well as fan EVGA says is designed to reduce noise & provide superior airflow.


The copper water block and pump assembly will fit Intel sockets LGA 115x, 1366, 2011, 2011v3, and 2066 sockets. AMD is not on the compatibility list for this specific cooler.  The variable controlled fan allows for the fan speed (max. 1800 RPMs) to change based on coolant temperature while the pump is a constant-speed unit. The CL11 doesn’t offer other controls or monitoring features so two 3-pin fan headers are the only connections needed.

The radiator itself is 120mm (the only size available) and with the fan attached has a combined thickness of 2.1-inches so the system should fit in most cases with little issue. The new cooling block is said to offer improved flow rates and heat transfer surface area to increase cooling efficiency at a noise level of only 20db(A) maximum. The 120mm fan uses sleeve bearings and is rated to put out almost 59 CFM at 2.13mm-H20 at slightly over 32  db (A) which, if rated properly, should be a pretty quiet unit.


The CLC120 CL11 is priced at $59.99 on the EVGA website and is available now. This price is $30 less than the CLC120 with the RGB LEDs and higher speed fan(s) which could make it an attractive cooling solution for those who do not care for all the flare the other EVGA CLC options offer. If the price isn't enough, EVGA stands behind this product with a five-year warranty. 

CPU Socket Compatibility Intel ONLY -  LGA 2066/ 2011-3 / 2011 / 1151 / 1150 / 1155 / 1156 / 1366
Radiator Material Aluminum
Dimensions 156 x 122 x 28mm (L x W x H)
Fan Dimensions 120 x 120 x 25mm
Speed 1800 RPM +/- 10% (DC)
Air Flow 58.87 CFM (Max)
Air Pressure 2.13 mmAq (Max)
Noise Level 32.1 db(A) (Max)
Connector 3-Pin (DC)
Pump Dimensions N/A
Noise Level 20 db(A)
Connector 3-Pin
Price $59.99 (EVGA Website)
Warranty 5 Years

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Source: EVGA

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  • RiZad - Wednesday, February 28, 2018 - link

    i guess you don't overclock either?? because you know, it might shorten the life of your cpu or *gasp* kill it. just like Manch stated, a BS post to promote your crappy youtube video.
  • jabber - Wednesday, February 28, 2018 - link

    I saw on a mortgage advert that "my house may be at risk if I failed to keep up the payments"...I decided right then to stay living in my Mom's basement!

    That showed them!
  • masouth - Wednesday, February 28, 2018 - link

    "Ι'd never buy a liquid CPU cooler.

    Once I bought a Celsius S-36 tri-fan Swedish CPU cooler."

    Rick James, is that you?
  • Dragonstongue - Wednesday, February 28, 2018 - link

    a less expensive entry point $30...yet MSRP $59.99 direct from the maker...that means others such as newegg etc likely to charge an extra $15 or so, no longer an actual "budget" product..also no support for AMD is beyond me, they are not exactly a low volume producer for desktop cpu like example VIA is ^.^
  • dromoxen - Thursday, March 1, 2018 - link

    Actually the price is likely to be lower from Oldegg .. these makers dont like to upset their retail partners by charging LESS. Check out memory from say Corsair and same from AMZ.

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