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DOUBLE LED RGB EFFECT COOLING FANS WITH SMART FAN CONTROLLER: 2 X 120mm RGB radiator fans with high static pressure design for superior cooling performance. Thermaltake smart fan controller can play/pause 5 LED color modes and cycle through 256 colors.
HANDLE YOUR HEAT: 240mm RADIATOR doubles the cooling surface and supports 4x 120mm fans.
DURABLE SLEEVED CABLE AND WATER BLOCK: The high performance copper base plate accelerates the heat conductivity. the pre-refilled coolant reduces any stress from liquid replenishment hassle.
HIGH QUALITY PUMP: Thermaltake provides the most reliable pump enables the maximum amount of water circulation, keeping the copper plate continuously cool. The low evaporation tube effectively
WARRANTY: 3 years
AM4 bracket is not included.
Style:Water 3.0 AIO RGB Riing Fans
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Riing RGB 240 Edition PWM AIO Tt LCS Certified Liquid Cooling System 3 Year Warranty CL-W107-PL12SW-A
Take your CPU to new heights with the Thermaltake Water 3.0 Riing RGB 240 Edition AIO Enthusiast Liquid Cooling System. From stock to overclock, the Water 3.0 Riing RGB Series fits the needs for CPU cooling performance with minimal maintenance for an all-in-one solution. With a high performance copper base plate, Patented Riing RGB LED Fans, universal socket compatibility and 240mm large surface radiator, gain up to 3X in cooling performance over stock CPU coolers. Experience extreme cooling performance and low noise to protect your most vital component from heat with the Water 3.0 Riing RGB Edition from Thermaltake.
- Patented PWM Riing 12 RGB LED Fans
- 240mm Aluminum Radiator
- Sleeved Tube with Copper Cold Plate
- Maintenance Free Operation
- 3 Year Warranty
Intel LGA 2011-3/2011/1366/1156/1155/1151/1150
Rated Voltage: 12 V
Rated Current: 175 mA
Dimension:120 x 120 x 25 mm
Speed:800 ~ 1500 R.P.M
400 ~ 1000 R.P.M (Low Noise Mode)
Noise Level:18.5 ~ 26.4 dB-A
Rated Voltage:12 V
Max. Air Flow:22.14 ~ 40.6 CFM
Max. Pressure:0.57 ~ 2.01 mm-H2O
Dimension:270 x 120 x 27 mm
Style:Water 3.0 AIO RGB Riing Fans
|Item model number||CL-W107-PL12SW-A|
|Item Weight||3.31 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.8 x 4.7 x 1.1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12.8 x 4.73 x 1.06 inches|
386 customer reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars
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|Shipping Weight||3.75 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Domestic Shipping||Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.|
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|Date First Available||December 7, 2015|
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I installed the 360mm version in my media server this morning and then ran the Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool to see how it fared.
Intel i7 4790k processor
ASRock Z97 Extreme 6 board
16 GB Ripjaws PC3 12800 RAM
Corsair RM850X power supply
MSI GeForce GTX 1070 video card
10 hard drives (9 internal and 1 external)
Pioneer BDR-209DBK Blu-ray drive
Thermal take Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB 360 water cooler
— IPDT64 – Temperature Monitor Results
— Temperature Test —
57 degrees C below maximum
Test Result – PASS
Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max
Received 57 degrees below max
This result is amazing, and I cannot say how happy I am with it. The cooler was purchased for my media server that is used for transcoding 1080p video. Before adding this cooler, I could get over 200F when transcoding multiple streams with the processor NOT overclocked. This was unacceptable, so I sought out a better solution. With this cooler, my maximum reading (on only one core) has been 170F when transcoding multiple streams AND overclocking the processor to 4.7ghz.
I have been stress testing the server this whole afternoon with the processor overclocked and the temperature has never gotten above 176F. This result was with all cores of the processor pegged to maximum.
Installation is not terribly difficult, but it does take a bit of time. You will need to remove the fans from the top of your case, to prepare for the install. The radiator comes without the fans attached, so you can choose to push or pull air through it. You will need to attach the fans to the radiator, then I would recommend installing the radiator to the case before connecting the pump to your processor. Attaching the pump to the processor is simple, as the unit comes with clever brackets that can be configured for basically everything. You will attach a backplate on the back of your motherboard; it attaches with sticky tape. You will need to choose the proper ring for either Intel or AMD, then follow the directions for setting the width of the screw holes. Select the proper thumbscrews for your processor, and press them into the holes on your connector ring. Once you have the connector ring set up for your processor, remove the protective cover from the pump and carefully attach it to the connecting ring, then put the locking ring over it to secure it in place. The pump comes with thermal paste already properly applied to the face, so you can now put the pump up in place, locating the screws into the screw holes in the backplate and screw the pump down securely. Simply connect the pump to your CPU fan connector, connect the light/fan controller to another CPU fan connector on your board, then connect the fans to the controller.
This process took me about 20 – 30 minutes, as I was careful, and took my time. You should be able to do it in about the same time if you are careful… faster if you are in a hurry. 🙂
I cannot recommend this cooler highly enough.
March 14, 2016
The awesome thing about this is the radiator is thin enough to fit between the chassis and top enclosure of the be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 case, despite all the articles I’ve read on compatibility. I currently like to hide my radiators from view. An even more awesomER thing is because of that, I can still have my 5.25in drive bays, because for some reason, I still use those, even though I don’t have anything in them at the moment. However, one of the fans will not be in full view because about 1/5 of it is hiding in the drive cage. Doesn’t bother me. Also, mounting this on a 2011-v3 mobo is super easy. Don’t need to attach any bracket in the back. Well I suppose it’s probably like that for all 2011v3. IDK.
In the end, my only REAL complaint is, the water block is really really ugly AF.
AMD FX 9590 – Thermaltake v71 TG case
H80i Extreme V2 – 19C
H100i – 11C
H150i Pro – 5C
Water – 12C
H80i Extreme V2 – 53C
H100i – 44C
H150i Pro – 41C
Water – 49C