Thursday, April 18th 2019

Thermaltake Rolls Out Floe Riing RGB 360 TR4 Edition CPU Cooler

Thermaltake today rolled out the Floe Riing RGB 360 TR4 Edition, a variant of this closed-loop liquid CPU cooler for AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors. Although its pump-block has the same dimensions as the original Floe Riing series, the TR4 Edition features an enlarged, rectangular copper base for more coverage of the Ryzen Threadripper integrated heatspreader (IHS).

The cooler features a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator with three included Riing Plus RGB TT Premium Edition fans, which each spin between 1,000 to 2,000 RPM, pushing 26.35 to 54.42 CFM of air-flow, with a noise output ranging between 21.8 to 33 dBA. The three fans and the pump-block feature 16.7 million-color addressable RGB embellishments, which are controlled by the included addressable RGB LED controller. The cooler can handle high enough thermal loads to support 250W TDP Threadripper WX processors with high core-counts. TR4 is also the only socket type supported by this cooler. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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13 Comments on Thermaltake Rolls Out Floe Riing RGB 360 TR4 Edition CPU Cooler

#2
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Its basically a rebadged Asetek unit
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NdMk2o1o
FreedomEclipse, post: 4033192, member: 38411"
Its basically a rebadged Asetek unit
The majority of aio's are
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robert3892
NdMk2o1o, post: 4033194, member: 83825"
The majority of aio's are
That's because Asetek owns the patents
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#6
yakk
That plate & mounting looks pretty ghetto hack job to me...
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#7
jmcslob
I want it in the Riing plus and not the Riing plus premium.
I like the halo look more than the spread flower.
Also it would match the block.
Don't get me wrong this is cool AF...I'm just saying.
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Chloe Price
yakk, post: 4033242, member: 158293"
That plate & mounting looks pretty ghetto hack job to me...
Agree. Why the hell there are those four holes in the coldplate here and there?
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#9
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I wish Asetek could see how much they are stifling growth and innovation in the AIO department with their patent. Though I guess they dont care as they are the primary OEM to 99% of the brands out there.
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#10
yakk
Chloe Price, post: 4033379, member: 123719"
Agree. Why the hell there are those four holes in the coldplate here and there?
Looks like the holes are needed to access that second outer ring of screws. Essentially it looks like they just used their standard cooler, added the same adapter bracket found in the Threadripper box, and put a bigger rectangular cold plate on the same round pump found on their standard products.

Don't know what to say to that except they ghetto hacked their own system and are trying to sell it. At least make the pump cover match the plate...
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Chloe Price
yakk, post: 4033446, member: 158293"
Looks like the holes are needed to access that second outer ring of screws. Essentially it looks like they just used their standard cooler, added the same adapter bracket found in the Threadripper box, and put a bigger rectangular cold plate on the same round pump found on their standard products.

Don't know what to say to that except they ghetto hacked their own system and are trying to sell it. At least make the pump cover match the plate...
Yeah, I guess you're right. Looks just so ghetto modded.
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#12
bogami
What is the meaning of this during a little partial cooling and a lot of decorative illumination. Such products should be banned due to inefficiency and loss of materials.Ideas of insanity and profit for ignorant !
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#13
bonehead123
Oh my gawd, what a friggin hachet job, soooo fuuuggggly it hurts my eyes to even look at it :kookoo: :eek: :mad: :cry:
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