EVGA have just released two new All in One coolers, or Closed Loop Coolers if you prefer. As you would expect, the CLC 120 features a single 120mm fan on its radiator while the CLC 280 uses two 140mm fans to move heat out of your cooling system. On both models you will find a new style of fan, with Teflon Nano Bearings and a curved housing which should increase airflow although it may also increase turbulence as the air can travel out the side; testing will determine the actual effect.
Along with the announcement of these two coolers EVGA also hinted at the coming release of their new Flow Control Software. This software will do more than simply monitor the temperature and speeds of the cooler and fan, it will allow you to create up to ten separate cooling profiles so you can switch modes depending on what you are doing.
As with most recent products, it has been infected with RGB features, though this particular strain of the disease can form a symbiotic relationship with certain NVIDIA GPUs from EVGA; allowing you to synchronize their colours and effects.
You can purchase these two coolers as of today, the CLC 120 has an MSRP of $89.99, $129.99 for the CLC 280 and both come with a free AM4 bracket for AMD users.