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Thermaltake Riing Trio 12 RGB TT Premium Edition (3-Fan) 41.13 CFM 120 mm Fans

(2 Ratings, 4.5 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Model

Riing Trio 12 RGB TT Premium Edition (3-Fan)

Part #

CL-F072-PL12SW-A

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Size

120 mm

Color

Black

RPM

500 - 1500 RPM

Airflow

41.13 CFM

Noise Level

25.2 dB

PWM (4-Pin)

Yes

LED

Multicolor

Static Pressure

1.4 mmH₂O

Price History

    Reviews

    chrisjmartini
    • 12 points
    • 7 months ago

    from completed build The White Kraken (2019)

    I was a little worried when the plan was to include 9 of these fans in my new build. I was prepared for the possibility that the machine would sound like a jet taking off. It didn't. In fact it's very quiet at normal speeds. Even when gaming and the temps start to rise, the fan noise never rises to such a db level as to become annoying. Part of this is due to the bearing design, as well as the noise dampening rubber surrounding the mounting holes on all corners. The semi opaque white plastic surrounding the fan blades serves to diffuse some of the light from the LEDs, softening the appearance and creating the effect of the LEDs appearing as one continuous ring of light. Very impressive! I think the accompanying software to control the RGB effects could use a bit of user experience polish, but there are some great lighting profiles and probably more control over these fans than one would ever need...

    glyphicality
    • 8 points
    • 4 months ago

    from completed build Oracle α

    These things are almost nonsensically expensive, BUT they're surprisingly quiet and they are, as the price would imply, probably the most gorgeous looking fans on the market. If you're willing to swallow a heavy price tag, and that's a big if, they're going to meet or exceed what you expect from them. However, make sure you're careful to rig them up right and get the correct fan controllers for them.

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