Thermaltake showed some brilliant colours through it’s new RIING Plus 12LED RGB Radiator fans. Along with good performance, the company focused on lighting effects more than any other.
These fans have 12LED’s each and can be controlled through a software called Patented Riing Plus RGB Software. There are a total of 16.8 million different colours with different effects such as pulse, wave, spectrum, flow etc.
You can make upto 4 fan profiles for easy customization of lighting effects and can load anyone anytime. Another good feature is the light sync with sound. You can make different effects to match the sounds running at your background and can also control the brightness level.
It comes with a Digital fan controller with a DIP switch at the back and you can install upto 5 fans in your case which can be controlled easily by software.
Specs wise, the fans are made specially for increased air pressure and low noise. The max air pressure is 1.54mm and the max air flow is 48.34 CFM which is ideal and is just like most of the fans available in the market. Furthermore, if you want low noise and fine cooling at the same time, the 500RPM will work perfectly with noise less than 20DBA.
However, the max noise level stated by thermaltake is 24.7 dB-A which is definitely lower than the most of the case fans. Comparing it’s air pressure to the Corsair SP 120mm fan, it’s more effective in static air pressure but the air flow is a little lower.
These fans are having In-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads which is a good feature not find in many fans and will provide lesser noise because of lesser vibration. The 9 blades and the hydraulic bearing are reliable for it to run for a long time. The blades may not have a unique new design but it’s performance can be compared to the best static pressure fans available today.