Thermaltake debuts two new LED radiator fans

Thermaltake debuts two new LED radiator fans

Summer is still here, which means you are likely to see high temps outside and inside your house, not to mention your PC case, which gets heated by the hardware components inside too. As you know heat is an archenemy of hardware so you should deal with it no matter the season. The good news is that Thermaltake is here to help – the company has introduced the new Riing 12 (120 mm) and Riing 14 (140 mm) LED Radiator Fan Full Series that comes with various improvements for better airflow and lower temperatures.

The new Riing fans will surprise you with the innovations that they have. They come with an innovative wind blocker frame that 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. The fans also have Concentrated Compression Blades (CCB), which are engineered to focus the inner weaker circle of air outwards, which allows the outer section to pressurize and compress the air. In addition to this the fans have hydraulic bearings with a high-quality, friction-reducing substance that lowers the operating noise and improves efficiency; the substance is held inside thanks to a seal cap that keeps it inside the fan. The fans use low noise cables that further reduce the noise level by 23 per cent on average. Finally there are in-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads that provide hassle-free usage for 80% protection coverage, including all four corners.

The new Thermaltake Riing Fan Series is available in six different LED versions that include orange, blue, green, red, yellow and white colors so no matter what your PC case color is, you will find a suitable Riing fan.

No word on pricing.

Source: Thermaltake

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