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Thermaltake - Riing 12 RGB Triple Pack 40.6 CFM 120mm Fans

( 4.3 Average / 10 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Model

Riing 12 RGB Triple Pack

Part #

CL-F042-PL12SW-B

Size

120mm

Color

Black

LED Color

Multi-Color

Air Flow

40.6 CFM

Noise Level

26.4 dbA

RPM

1000 - 1500 RPM

Bearing Type

Hydraulic

Features

Patented Circular LED Ring
High Static Pressure for Case/Radiator Applications
Concentrated Compression Blade Design
Hydraulic Bearing for Low noise/Longer Lifespan
256 Color 3 Packs customized LED lighting effect
Anti-vibration Mounting System

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Reviews

jimmyruffo 8 points 18 months ago
from completed build First PC Build (2015 Dec)

Very Quiet Fans! Very good looking especially the LEDs on the fans, would recommend them to anyone!

BinaryLife 24 points 15 months ago
from completed build LightBox

Looks wise, these things are fantastic. One of the fans in the set does seem a little noisier than the rest, but I have them on the low speed setting, so its less noticeable. I did have issues with the included controller unit not remembering its settings when plugged into a fan header on the MB (Asus Gene VIII) , but after searching around on various forums, this seemed to point to the fan header on my MB not supplying enough power to the controller unit. So I bought a fan to molex adapter, and plugged the controller unit directly into the PSU. Now the controller is remembering its settings, but the fans are no longer controlled by the MB, and always run at a set speed. This is fine for now, but not ideal.

incognito213 24 points 12 months ago
from completed build What's in the box?!?!

More is always better. Triplets please.

Owenage 13 points 11 months ago
from completed build The Bottlenecker

Great case fans. Fan controller helps with both rgb colors and fan speed. This helps set the right balance between noise and performance.

dsbak1 39 points 8 months ago

Great price for 3 LED PWM fans.

The hub, whilst it serves an understandable purpose adds unnecessary annoyance for wanting to change the LED color as it cannot be done through software. Paying more for the pack that includes being able to use software is not worth it in my opinion however.

Maxxed 15 points 5 months ago

RGB! I love them, they add a great theme to my build, whichever color I choose to go. Fairly quiet.

steventaylor702 34 points 4 months ago
from completed build 1440p gaming rgb build

Quiet and efficient the control sucks but it works

bwebster 7 points 2 months ago
from completed build Deepcool Genome MSI Gaming G5

I use these fans for my 360mm Deepcool rad in the Genome case and I'm kind of on the fence with them. Aesthetically, these are definitely one of my favourite fans and the RGB lighting looks fantastic. The software makes it handy to change colours (but needs work, more on that after) opposed to a fan controller that might not be easily accessible if within a case.

The downside is I'm not really happy with the hub connector, the plugin, and the functionality of the software. The hub only has 3 ports (Corsair's RGB lighting kit has 6 ports), but you can still daisy chain another hub so that's a minor gripe. I prefer Corsair's wiring though. Each Corsair fan has one 4 pin to the motherboard and one to the hub for the RGB. TT fans plug in to the hub only and the hub then uses a 9 pin USB plugin on the motherboard. So I'm unable to set any fan curve for these fans through bios or something like MSI Command Centre. The software is very basic and needs more advance features when it comes to the fan control. It does allow for a performance, silent, or PWM setting. Also you can manually adjust the RPM if you choose to do so. Personally I'd rather be able to set a fan curve based on temperatures monitored by the system and forget about it. If I had known this ahead of time I may have thought twice about buying them.

In the end I'm no expert and if my gripes wouldn't bother you (maybe I'm just weird) then I say go for it because they do look awesome!

super8520 13 points 1 month ago

These are the best things in the my computer, they are quiet and bright i love it.