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Thermaltake - Water 3.0 Riing RGB 240 40.6 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

( 4.2 Average / 13 Ratings )





Water 3.0 Riing RGB 240

Part #


Supported Sockets


Liquid Cooled


Radiator Size


Noise Level

26.4 dB


800 - 1500 RPM

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mttkzk 14 points 36 months ago
from completed build Sabranco

Works great for now, the fans are quieter than expected and look good. The controller is a bit iffy but it may be my BIOS setup not recognizing it.

OccamAsylum 60 points 35 months ago
from completed build Blue Ice 2.0 - The Reimagining

This was the first water cooler I'd ever installed. That being said, it was pretty simple up until the point I had to mount it onto the CPU. It was a bit of a pain getting it lined up correctly and holding it still. It looks fantastic however. I wish the logo was LED lit, but the fans look great. Overall pretty quiet. I can't hear it over the sound of my other fans. The most important part however, is that it keeps my CPU very cool. Under 100% load for 5 minutes it didn't climb above 63C.

The included fan controller is nice, as you can change the LED color/pattern and fan speed of your radiator fans.

For my ASUS Z97 Pro mobo, I plugged the pump into the CPU OPT port and the Fans into the CPU Fan port.

Vdimolfetta 8 points 27 months ago

The lights and the cooling work flawlessly. You can see the lighting from any angel and it links with your other thermaltake fans. Great piece for a great price.

kerit 12 points 25 months ago
from completed build The Light Show

Very nice AIO cooler. Draw-back on this AIO is no customization of fan curve and the controller that comes with it only give you 2 speeds, plus the pump is not as quiet as the previous AIO I had from Corsair (H80i GT). Other than the fan curve draw-back, the LED show is nice and extremely easy to install.

zitrussCEx 5 points 24 months ago

Excellent cpu cooler with matching aesthetics. keeps my 7700k on low temperatures.

BurgAr 8 points 24 months ago
from completed build Monochrome Monolith

Looks great and runs great. The only con I have for this is the hoses could be a bit longer to accommodate for cases that have a little more space between the front and where the processor sits.

Nekuro 6 points 21 months ago

Definitely a great CPU cooler. It keeps the temp pretty damn low and noise so quiet, my ceiling fan was literally the only thing I can hear. The only reason this does not get a 5 Star is because the customize-able elements of the fans are limited (even though its "RGB" ) and has no software to control it.

lallo29 5 points 16 months ago
from completed build My uncle's build

good AIO, very good temperatures and silent, but the fans are controlled only with the thermaltake's fan controller, with very few colors and effects.

0110110101100101 2 points 14 months ago

so far, all good. easy to set up. high quality. nice ring effect to match the other fans in my case. keeps it pretty cool considering i keep it on low speed constantly. the fact that its on low speed is because the colored indicator light for the speed setting is blue for high and red for low, and the theme is red black.

bdaydog 3 points 13 months ago
from completed build Not half bad

Good cooler, nice coming from a Noctua NH-D9L (even though that's a good tower cooler). Pump cables are a tad stiff and awkward, and rubber sealing things feel a little flimsy, which is scary. I got this when it was a little cheaper on Amazon, a few months ago. Keeps temps down, and has a copper heatsink if you ever want to use conductonaut.