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Riing 14 RGB 3-Pack
1100 - 1400 RPM
19 - 28.1 dB
- Patented Circular LED Ring
- RGB LED with 256 unique colors
- High Static Pressure for Case/Radiator Applications
- Concentrated Compression Blade Design
- Hydraulic Bearing for Low noise/Longer Lifespan
- LNC (Low Noise Cable) Included to Reduced Noise
- Anti-vibration Mounting System
- 54 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build Unfinished Business
Great case fans with RGB, rubber mount points, and sleeved cables
- 33 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build 1440p gaming rgb build
Quiet and efficient the controller sucks but it works
- 24 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build Gaming Rig and SpaceHeater 2016-2017
Ooooh pretty lights! Yet they sound like jet engines at max speed.
- 8 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build NZXT RGB Ultra Gaming Rig (Full Tower)
Full RGB lighting, plugs into the same controllers as the Thermaltake liquid cooler so you can sync all your lighting together with the push of a button. I believe that Thermaltake is coming out with a new controller that will be software compatible so you can change colors without having to open your case. I almost want to give this a 4 star for not having software to control it but they look so perfect and work so well that I'll give it 5 stars and wait for the new controllers.
- 7 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build November 17 Erwin's Built
they are good, but they will be better if the design with brighter rgb lights
- 5 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build 64Gb MicroATX Workstation
See instructions leaflet picture. It came with bolts but without nuts for assembly. I used a system fan header splitter (see pictures) to connect it with the standard 200mm fan coming with the case. Very quiet set of fans.
- 4 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build My First Build
They're ok. Not what I was expecting, but still fine. I had to turn down the mobo, cooler, and ram LEDs to about 20% brightness so that they wouldn't overpower the weak lights these fans have. The other thing I don't like is how you have to let a color sequence play and try to pause it on the specific shade of whatever color you want. Purple is very poorly defined and it took me several tries to get it right. I bought two 3 packs, so I have six of these fans in my build, which means I had to do this process twice and still haven't been able to match both sets. They're also a bit louder than I would like, but whatever.
tl;dr | The lights are too dim and the method for color selection blows. I wouldn't buy these again.
- 4 points
- 19 months ago
from completed build Home Ryzen Build
Yes, they provide a nice ring of color. They do get pretty noisy at full speed. These fans are not Aura Sync compatible. Do not get these fans if you are wanting to utilize your Aura Sync. These fans also have a proprietary 5-pin system that you will have to plug into Thermaltake's fan hub. From there you have to connect the fan hub to your motherboards 3/4-pin headers. With the lighting, you have to use Thermaltake's controller that allows you to set the color and lighting style (ie. static, breathing, etc.). You will need to have this controller sticking out of your computer in order to change lighting settings without opening up your computer.
- Intel Core i7-6700K (@4.7GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1080
- Intel Core i7-5960X
- GeForce GTX 980 Ti (x2)
- Intel Core i7-7700K
- GeForce GTX 1080 Ti