Thermaltake 3 Pack 120mm Riing Premium Edition RGB Fan and Fan Controller
In the Riing RGB Software, users can set up a maximum of five profiles. Each profile includes three Riing RGB fans. Through the software, users can change the fan speed to either “Performance” operation or “Silent” operation. By dragging the “FAN MODE” bar, users can even adjust the fan duty cycle from 50% to 100%. In addition, with the Riing RGB Software, users can easily select a color for their Riing RGB fans by clicking the “Color Palette” or “RGB Cycle” icon. The Color Palette enables users to freely pick a color for the fans. Alternatively, users can choose RGB Cycle to switch to a 256 multicolored mode. Users can even disable the lighting by simply clicking the “LED Light” icon. Moreover, the Riing RGB Software is designed with a “LED Brightness” bar, allowing users to freely adjust the lighting effect for their Riing RGB fans. By clicking the “SAVE” icon, all preference settings, including the fan speed and the LED Lighting effect, will be stored to the software. The Real-time Fan Warning Alert is another innovative function of the Riing RGB Software. Once the fan stops operating, the control panel of the failed fan will appear grey.
Eleven Fan Blade Design
Eleven fan blades are engineered to generate large volumes of air to cool the system and create a perfect balance between silent and performance. In addition, the Riing 12 LED RGB fan is designed with a PWM function which allows the motherboard to run the fan precisely at its necessary speed. And this guarantees the required cooling performance as well as minimizes the noise level.
Hydraulic Bearing with Low-Noise Design
The hydraulic bearing self-lubricates with a high-quality, friction-reducing substance, which lowers operation noise and improves efficiency. The seal cap prevents lubricant leakage and improves the lifespan of the unit.
Wind Blocker Frame
To achieve maximum cooling performance in all applications, the wind blocker frame is designed to direct airflow towards the middle section of the blade, thereby creating a compression effect and blocking any air from escaping. This special design reduces the blade’s noise and vibration, creating a perfect balance between power and sound.
Anti-Vibration Mounting System
In-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads provide a hassle-free usage with 80% protection coverage for all corners.
Digital Fan Hub
The self-contained digital fan hub allows users to connect up to 48 Riing RGB fans. Additionally, on the back of the fan hub, there is a DIP switch for users to conveniently set a number for each hub. Features • Comes with Digital Fan Hub.
• Digitally controlled with Riing RGB software.
• Patented 256 colors RGB radiator fan.
• Numerous PWM fan speed modes.
• Support up to 48pcs fans (16 controllers).
• Real-time fan warning alert.
• Long life hydraulic bearing for reliable and silent operation.
|Edition||Riing RGB Radiator Fan|
|Fan Depth||25 mm|
|Fan Speed||500 - 1400 rpm|
|Air Pressure||1.113 mm H2O|
|Sound Level||28.8 dB|
|Bearing Type||Hydraulic Bearing|
|Manual Speed Controller||Yes|
|Connectors||1 x 4-pin|
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