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Thermaltake has released the new Riing 12 LED Series, a 120mm fan fitted to enhance static pressure that produces impressive cooling performance with an optimized fan blade. Hydraulic bearings for silent operation guarantee ultra-low noise. In addition, an anti-vibration mounting system strengthens the stability during operation.
The patented LED Ring maintains color and brightness uniformity. The multi-colored LED ring (in yellow, orange, blue, red, white, and green) adds style to the chassis. FeaturesTt LCS Certified “Tt LCS Certified” is the hallmark that ensures first-class performance from the best features and fitment. A certification exclusive to Thermaltake, it sets the benchmark for all true LCS chassis and is applied only to products that meet our stringent design standards for delivering what hardcore enthusiasts demand. The Tt LCS certification is a way for Thermaltake to designate to all power users the chassis which have been tested for best compatibility with extreme liquid cooling configurations.
Better Performance Compared to the standard case fan, the combination of three Riing 12 radiator fans and RL360 radiator delivers 40% better cooling performance.
Concentrated Compression Blade Custom designed for high-static pressure requirements of demanding applications such as radiators, the Concentrated Compression Blade (CCB) is engineered to focus the inner weaker circle of air outwards, allowing the outer section to pressurize and compress the air.
Wind Blocker Frame To achieve maximum static pressure in all applications, the wind blocker frame is designed to work with the Concentrated Compression Blade’s (CCB) pressure mechanism by directing airflow towards the middle section of the blade, thereby creating a compression effect and blocking any pressure from escaping. This reduces the blade’s noise and vibration, creating a perfect balance between power and sound.
Hydraulic Bearing with Low-Noise Design The hydraulic bearing self-lubricates with a high quality, friction-reducing substance which lowers operating noise and improves efficiency. The seal cap prevents leakage of the lubricant, and improves the lifespan of the unit. The LNC (Low-Noise Cable) can reduce the noise level by 24% from 24.6dBA to 18.7dBA.
Anti-vibration Mounting System In-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads provide hassle-free usage for 80% protection coverage, including all four corners.
Multiple Colours of the Patented LED Versions Available Riing 12 LED Series is also available in different LED versions (yellow, orange, red, blue, green, and white), adding cooling aesthetics to the chassis.
Riing 12 LED Yellow
2.01 mm H2O
Manual Speed Controller
1 x 3-pin
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