Thermaltake debuts the Riing LED RGB Radiator Fan

Thermaltake debuts the Riing LED RGB Radiator Fan

Thermaltake has surprised its fans with a new company product that comes with an unusually long name. The new device is called Riing LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition. It is a patented LED circular 256-multicolored 120 mm radiator fan that comes with Riing RGB Software. This allows users to adjust the fan speed as well as the fan colors for up to 48 Riing RGB fans.

The new Riing LED RGB Radiator Fan offers three work modes. The first one is called Performance and when enabled the cooling fan spins at 500-1400 rpm. The second mode is called Silent and there the cooling fan spins at 500-1000 rpm. Users can also change the fan speed by dragging the Fan Mode bar, which adjusts the fan speed between the two modes. Regardless of the speed, the fan blades have been designed in such a way as to provide large air volume and the best possible cooling performance. In addition to this the fan features hydraulic bearing that promises ultra-low noise levels. Moreover the four corners of the RGB fan are equipped with anti-vibration pads.

The new Riing LED RGB Radiator Fan by Thermaltake can be used with all kinds of devices that need cooling. It will likely find its place in PC cases and various cooling solutions for hard drives, video cards, etc. Unfortunately it is not clear how much the new fan costs.

Source: Thermaltake

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