Wednesday, August 23rd 2017

Thermaltake Intros Pacific RL360 Plus RGB Radiator

Thermaltake introduced the Pacific RL360 Plus RGB radiator, a radiator with - you guessed it - RGB LED lighting, as if fans with RGB LEDs weren't enough. This 360 mm x 120 mm radiator comes with RGB LED strips that mount along the length of the radiator, which are embedded with 24 LEDs, each. The LEDs are fronted by a diffuser, and can make up to 16.8 million colors. The included Thermaltake Riing RGB software lets you control color, brightness, and lighting patterns. As a radiator, the Pacific RL360 Plus features 14 fins-per-inch density, with fins made of a corrosion-resistant aluminium alloy, standard G 1/4 threading, and included stoppers. The included digital lighting controller module lets you plug the radiator, and other Thermaltake Riing-standard hardware to your motherboard over standard USB 2.0 headers. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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11 Comments on Thermaltake Intros Pacific RL360 Plus RGB Radiator

#1
Totally
Oh My, good god, they've finally done it. You BASSSSSTARDDSSS!!!!!!

Edit: It's ghastly #rgbdonewrong #rgbdontyolo
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#2
natr0n
All they did is slap on an enclosed rgb strip with double sided adhesive to a radiator.
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#3
TXST Guardian
Why does everything need RGB!? Please stop the madness !
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#4
zo0lykas
To finish this madness need just RGB cables
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#5
GreiverBlade
and hater going mad ....


when will they finally recognise that RGB is no plague and is rather practical when you want to accord all your light to one color ... (or just turn it off if not needed, or buy something without it ... after it's not like an obligation ... pfeh.)

Totally, post: 3714356, member: 90126"
#rgbdonewrong #rgbdontyolo
so much ridiculous, it almost make the RGB option to be more sensed than that ...

zo0lykas, post: 3714551, member: 152086"
To finish this madness need just RGB cables
errr ... that would be nice ... tho my actual rig has enough RGB (set on White) and with the cable management ... only the PCIeX 8pin would need it :laugh:

TXST Guardian, post: 3714503, member: 170399"
Why does everything need RGB!? Please stop the madness !
no need to stop it .... it's a perfectly fine and practical option.

natr0n, post: 3714430, member: 102496"
All they did is slap on an enclosed rgb strip with double sided adhesive to a radiator.
actually,, it seems so .... (more sensed post than the rest :laugh: :toast: )
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#6
phanbuey
I generally have a terrible experience with anything that has a ThermalTake logo on it.
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#7
BumbleBee
rgb lol

we've certainly come along way from these days..

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#8
PowerPC
natr0n, post: 3714430, member: 102496"
All they did is slap on an enclosed rgb strip with double sided adhesive to a radiator.
Doesn't look glued on at all. It seems to be built in properly.

I actually like how this looks. A far cry from plain old boring radiators.
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#9
bonehead123
Will somebody, somewhere, just take the plunge and make a case and all of it's panels, windows, fan mounts, hdd mounts, mobo tray, psu tray completely out of a molded RGB light strip and be done with it.

Seems like thats where its headed anyways, just get it over with :)
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#10
PowerPC
bonehead123, post: 3714683, member: 139670"
Will somebody, somewhere, just take the plunge and make a case and all of it's panels, windows, fan mounts, hdd mounts, mobo tray, psu tray completely out of a molded RGB light strip and be done with it.

Seems like thats where its headed anyways, just get it over with :)
Someone just needs to invent a material that can change color and shine in the dark.
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#11
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
I will not be satisfied until my RGB LED light strips have RGB led light strips on them!
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