Thermaltake Riing 12 Series 120mm LED PC Case Cooling Fan - White
- Quiet 120mm cooling fan allows PC to operate at peak performance
- Concentrated compression blades use high static pressure to displace warm air
- Hydraulic bearings and built-in anti-vibration mounting system keeps fan quiet in motion
- Patented LED ring provides illumination which enhances the look of your system
- Specifically designed for case/radiator applications
- Plastic Bag
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Of the 655 reviewers who responded, 631 would recommend this product.
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- A better buy now than when I bought mine- December 21, 2018
If memory serves me well, the "white" model cost more than its counterparts in other colors. I didn't want to buy another because I already had two white light fans (different brand). So far, I can't complaint. It is quiet, and just as good as the other (supposedly better) brand. I can't remember exactly what I paid for, but it appears that they are a bit cheaper (around $3 less) now than when I bought them. Of course, you can always buy a cheaper fan. If you don't care about the light, you can buy yourself a $5 fan. But my experience with those cheaper fans has been terrible. Those noisy fans tend to draw more current and run slower (i.e. the stock Corsair fans that came with my computer case).Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Affordable quality fan- May 20, 2019
I purchased this fan on sale for around $14. Normally I order generic 120mm fans from Newegg in 4 packs. The project required a little more pizzazz and better cooling performance as it was a clients new gaming pc. The white led’s are really nice looking and not overly bright. As is the fan is not loud, the included “quiet” mode cord is silly and just means you don’t get access to the fans full cooling potential. It’s a pwm 4 pin header so using any fan control software will allow you to regulate the fan/fans speeds directly. If you only need a few fans for a project these single packs are worth the price when on sale. For full single fan price I’d recommend looking into 2/3 packs of Corsair/Noctua/Be quite etc in store and online.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Just What I needed- December 13, 2015
I have a Thermaltake H23 case. I was running 2 Antec fans in front, and I determined that they were (by far) the loudest of the 5 120 MM fans I had. sounded like a small jet was taking off, when spinning at full speed. I bought a pair of these, installed them (BTW, Thermaltake includes 2 small extension cables-- thru some kind of black magic, the cables reduce noise considerably, and you Want to use them). Result? Just what's advertised, a much quieter set of fans. If you want silence, this is just the make and model you want!!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.