Tuesday, August 1st 2017

Thermaltake Intros Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan

Thermaltake today introduced the Riing Plus 12 LED RGB fan, a premium 120 mm case-fan. Sold in single-unit, two-pack, and three-pack SKUs targeted at users of liquid-cooling radiators, these fans are characterized by 12 individual RGB LED lining the inner walls of the frame, fronted by a diffuser, which gives it smoother color transition effects. The LEDs support 16.7 million colors, and can be controlled through the proprietary Riing Plus RGB software. The two-pack and three-pack SKUs include an speed + RGB LED controller module, which lets you plug in up to three fans, drawing power from a 4-pin Molex, and taking input from USB, to interface with the software. As a fan, the Riing Plus 12 LED RGB takes 4-pin PWM input, spins between 500 to 1,400 RPM, pushing up to 48.34 CFM of air, with a noise output of 24.7 dBA. It features hydraulic bearing, and its 25 mm-thick frame features rubberized mounts to dampen vibration.
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12 Comments on Thermaltake Intros Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan

#1
natr0n
I love that rainbow in the dark case look.
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#2
Ubersonic
natr0n
I love that rainbow in the dark case look.
I prefer the holy diver case look personally.
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#3
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Aww I just bought another set if the regular ones for my radiator
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#4
bonehead123
seems like nowadays, its "go RGB or go home and stfu" :D

I have my case lit up with red led fans and 2 light strips that never changes colors, but they matches the color scheme I used for the entire build, but the flashy ever-changing 16mil circus look I do not like....
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#5
Dimi
bonehead123
seems like nowadays, its "go RGB or go home and stfu" :D

I have my case lit up with red led fans and 2 light strips that never changes colors, but they matches the color scheme I used for the entire build, but the flashy ever-changing 16mil circus look I do not like....
I get what you mean but, i was on the fence on buying White LED fans but i've changed my mind a few times on color scheme so for me RGB would be interesting because then i can choose the color i want when i want. IF you can make them a static color, these would be great for me.

Don't know if that makes sense.
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#6
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
You can set these static
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#7
AJToft
What is the difference between this new fans and the Riing Plus 12 RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition fans??
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#8
Dimi
AJToft
What is the difference between this new fans and the Riing Plus 12 RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition fans??
I think these are static pressure fans, made for radiator use.
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#9
AJToft
Dimi
I think these are static pressure fans, made for radiator use.
Yeah but the Riing Plus 12 RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition should also be static pressure fans.
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#10
bogami
Efficiency has fallen, and jeee lighting has grown. We have a new 105 mm fan type in 120 mm housing. Preformens is completely abandoned and replaced with appearance As the main attribute on the cooling fen product. These results are not worth the push pulling configuration on a 120 mm radiator!
They were not the only ones with this kind of error. Silverston has made a lot more wise RGB decorative accessories for fens where it is really the biggest market niche in the RGB offer . However, the difference in inefficiency will surely cover the price .:kookoo:
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#11
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
Says radiator fans but if they are like the other rgb ring fans they have lackluster static pressure. ~1.5mmH20 is garbage.

NZXT with the Hue+ and the Aer series fans has the whole RGB case lighting under control. I used to not be a fan until my roommate just put it all in his rig along with the S340 Elite case. Looks fantastic and all the effects are cool and fun to play with.
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#12
fuckingunique
Ubersonic
I prefer the holy diver case look personally.
I just signed up to thank this comment. I also now have the name for my build.
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