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Thermaltake Launches Riing Quad 120 mm and 140 mm RGB Radiator Fans with NeonMaker Light Editing Software at CES 2020


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Thermaltake, the leading premium brand of DIY PC components for Cooling, Gaming Gear and Enthusiast Memory solutions has announced Riing Quad 12 RGB Radiator Fan and Riing Quad 14 RGB Radiator Fan, the world's first 16.8 million 4-ring design radiator fan with 54 addressable RGB LEDs. Supports NeonMaker Light Editing Software and TT RGB PLUS Software, up to 20 of Riing Quad RGB Radiator Fan can be controlled at the same time.

The Riing Quad works with Amazon Alexa and can Sync with Razer Chroma Lighting as well as Thermaltake AI Voice Control. With a 9-Blade High-Airflow design, the Riing Quad utilizes 120 mm and 140 mm high-static pressure blade design, long-life hydraulic bearing and a PWM controlled motor to deliver remarkable acoustic and cooling performance to elevate the aesthetics of custom PC build.

The NeonMaker Light Editing Software is a new advanced approach for adjusting RGB colors and effects on Riing Quad and offers a 16.8 million color palette with a multifunction panel. It allows users to choose from over 200 different lighting effects and access to further customizable lighting options such as variation timelines and the direction of lighting cycles. Share the lighting profile with friends and allow them to merge multiple lighting effects into a single profile and modify the lighting timeline until they are satisfied with the order. All will drag and drop.

Combined the inner and outer light loops contain 54 LEDs, the Riing Quad can deliver detailed and colorful lighting effects that will impress from any angle. High-Airflow 9 Fan Blade allows stronger flow, while the hydraulic bearing provides a sustainable and silent operation. Using TT RGB PLUS Software, lighting schemes switch between 16 "Light Mode", Twinkle, Firefly, Heartbeat, Stack, Roundabout, Swirl, Copy Color, Full Lighted, Sound Control, Flow, RGB Spectrum, Ripple, Blink, Pulse, Wave, and Thermal, along with 3 "Color Modes", RGB, Single and Off, as well as 4 "Light Speeds", Slow, Normal, Fast and Extreme.

Thermaltake AI Voice Control allows users to control lights on Riing Quad easier and faster by talking to TT RGB PLUS App. Ask it to turn the lights on or off, switch lighting modes, dim the lights, change light colors, or adjust lights/fan speeds. The Riing Quad also works with Amazon Alexa Voice Service, allowing users to control the lights or fan speeds by talking to any Alexa-enabled devices, offering a visual cue of current weather conditions in your location or anywhere in the world. All you have to do is say "Alexa, tell Thermaltake," and the lighting color will change to match the weather condition. The Ring Quad can also connect to Razer Chroma products providing synchronized gaming and RGB lighting effects on any Riing Quad equipped gaming systems and Razer gaming gear when gamers install both TT RGB PLUS Software and Razer Synapse 3.

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These are really cool and I would enjoy having them, but in order to put 9x fans in my Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic, I'd have to spend $450, and that's ridiculous considering I'd be able to get the highest performing Noctua fans for less, so in the end I suppose I'd be paying for the "Neon" software since addressable LEDs are as cheap as dirt.
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These are really cool and I would enjoy having them, but in order to put 9x fans in my Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic, I'd have to spend $450, and that's ridiculous considering I'd be able to get the highest performing Noctua fans for less, so in the end I suppose I'd be paying for the "Neon" software since addressable LEDs are as cheap as dirt.
I hear you on that and that is why I use ARGB frames. I don't think they have 140MM ARGB frames yet but the 120MM variants are like $11.99 Canadian on Amazon. I paired them with some Arctic F12 fans for a PC I recently built and the customer was "blown away" by the looks. If you bought 2 F12 5 Packs for $80 and 10 frames at $11.99 each it would be a cool $200 Canadian to get that.