Thermaltake offers Riing Silent 12 CPU cooler

Thermaltake offers Riing Silent 12 CPU cooler

The popular maker of PC components and cooling solutions Thermaltake has unveiled a new CPU cooler known as Riing Silent 12. The device is available in two versions – with red or blue LED backlights and colorful cooling fans. As expected the Riing Silent 12 CPU cooler is a universal solution – it works with all Intel and AMD processors starting with the Intel LGA 775 and AMD AM2 sockets, respectively.

The radiator of the Riing Silent 12 CPU cooler is 48 mm thick and made entirely of aluminum, while the height of the cooler is 159 mm. The cooler, which weighs 825 grams, features four copper heat pipes that are 6 mm wide and that are firmly attached to each other. The Riing Silent 12 CPU cooler also has a cooling fan that spins at 500-1400 rpm but users can slow it down to 300-700 rpm by using a special controller. As with many other such coolers the Riing Silent 12 CPU cooler comes with thermal grease in the retail box too.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Thermaltake

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