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EVGA 120 Liquid CPU Cooler 400-HY-CL12-V1 - Was $152, Now $75 + Delivery ($14) @ I-Tech


Excellent CPU Liquid Cooler. Cheapest I could find.


Premium Retention parts for Intel LGA2011/2011-v3/1150/1151/1155/1156/1356 and upcoming variants
AMD retention ring for supporting AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2 and upcoming variants*
100% Copper
Fully controllable RGB LED
Noise Level = 20dB(A) (MAX)


156mm X 122mm X 28mm (LxWxH)
Size: 120 x 120 x 25mm
Teflon Nano Bearing
Speed = 500-2400RPM
Airflow = 74.82 CFM (MAX)
Static Pressure = 4.04 mmAq (MAX)
Noise Level = 16.0 dB(A) (MIN) – 39.9 dB(A) (MAX)

5-Year Limited Warranty

  • AM4 requires separate bracket available for free.

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    sorry for the n00b question, but its been avile since ive upgraded my PC, so will this fit latest i5/7 sockets?

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      Yes it should do :) "Intel LGA2011/2011-v3/1150/1151/1155/1156/1356" are the socket types, you can look up your processor and find it's socket type to confirm


        Thanks. I still have a Intel Core2 Extreme Processor QX9650 that still going strong. Might buy this in case I want to upgrade in the next 6mths.


          That's a socket 775 I believe.

          Edit: the cooler master still support 775.


    No way is a single 120mm unit worth $150


      $80 should be standard for them tbh. especially evga ones…


      NZXT Kraken…lol

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    hmm, my concern is the fact the hoses on the heatsink dont swivel, this will not work in itx cases as they are very confined. should be fine for everything else though.

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    Is there any point in a 120 AIO cooler? From my research they don't perform any better than air cooled (AIO coolers generally have very slow pumps so can't push heat out fast enough). Only benefit I see is the heat isn't circulated internally so better for cases with poor airflow?

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      You're pretty right - main benefits of a 120mm is heat or space shifting, and looks - I used one in a mini-itx build, because I couldn't fit any air cooler in that build - it was X99, with narrow-ilm socket, and the psu was only 40mm (I think) above the cpu socket.

      They also cool better than many default air coolers - although the coolers included with Ryzen 2600x, 2700X are quite good.


    Ive never used liquid cooling before. Anyone know any good links where I can learn about types of units and how to use them safely?

    I've always had this mental image of me failing to seal something up properly and liquid ruining my PC, which I realise isn't a problem with proper knowledge.

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      The AIOs are presealed, they're as easy as air cooling.


        Thanks for the info. Will do my homework :)


        they can still leak. Look for manufacturers of AIOs who will cover damage from defects like that