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Thermaltake - Floe Riing RGB 240 TT Premium Edition 42.34 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

( 4.0 Average / 4 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Model

Floe Riing RGB 240 TT Premium Edition

Part #

CL-W157-PL12SW-A

Supported Sockets

AM2
AM2+
AM3
AM3+
AM4
FM1
FM2
FM2+
LGA1150
LGA1151
LGA1155
LGA1156
LGA1366
LGA2011
LGA2011-3
LGA2066
TR4

Liquid Cooled

Yes

Radiator Size

240mm

Noise Level

19.8 dB - 24.7 dB

Fan RPM

500 - 1400 RPM

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Prices

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Amazon $113.00 Free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime In stock $113.00
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Reviews

aburrell23 7 points 12 months ago

I got these after I couldn't find a Corsair H100i V2 at my local Micro Center. They thankfully Price Match so I got it for $10 of store price. I love the color and I love that they match the fans that came with the Thermaltake v71 RGB. What I didn't love was that the website is ambiguous as to which software to download so you may wind up as I did downloading the incorrect software and then cursing at the computer because no hardware was recognized. After digging around and realizing that I wasn't to use the software for the ohh so cleverly and closely named, Floe Riing Premium 240 tt Radiator software which I had downloaded. I then downloaded the correct software, the Floe Riing Premium 240 tt RGB Software. 1 egg cracked.

aburrell23 13 points 12 months ago

Software suck hairy man pillows. If it works, it's great. It is beautiful. To be clear, the rad and aio portion work great...its just that darn software.

Tenikov 14 points 1 month ago
from completed build Compy 2.0 - RGB

Mesmerizing light display, easy to use TT RGB Plus software, and oh yeah, it's a whisper quiet AIO liquid CPU cooler. I installed mine as an intake in the front of my case to cool my i7-8600k. I was unable to fit it above the motherboard as an exhaust due to having a smaller case (Corsair 460X), but in practice I think I like it better mounted as intake. Cool, fresh air over radiator means better CPU temperatures, which means slower fan speed, which means this thing is silent. Super easy to install as well. Note that mounting it as an intake will mean that warmed air is pushed into the case, but the two pieces of gear that is going to impact most are the CPU (which is cooled by this cooler) and the GPU. If the GPU is an open model it will have a negligible increase in temperature in this configuration, however temps could rise slightly more if using a blower-model GPU, as the air being blown is "pre-warmed". If I could nitpick to find a complaint, I'd say that having the 12 addressable LEDs on the fans while there are 6 on the actual block uhh... is less than 12? In standard spinning rainbow pattern, you can notice the lack of all 12 colors if you're really looking for it... Don't get too in the weeds, it's a fantastic AIO cooler and very pretty to boot!

Fr0stbourne 6 points 12 days ago
from completed build Cool Blue

As far as cooling goes, it's great, since it's basically the exact same pump and rad that you see on 90% of the other AIOs on the market. however needing a separate controller for the RGB and fans, one that isn't backwards compatible with older Thermaltake Fans is a big negative for me. It adds more cable clutter, and reduces the ability to truly sync your color scheme together