• Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A

Thermaltake Riing 12 High Static Pressure Circular Ring Red LED Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Triple Pack Cooling CL-F055-PL12RE-A

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  • Patented LED ring. Air flow - 40.6 CFM. Noise level - 24.0 decibels
  • Concentrated compression blades (CCB) is engineered to focus the inner weaker circle of Air outwards, allowing the outer section to pressurize and compress the Air.
  • Hydraulic Bearing/Low-Noise design lowers operating noise and improves efficiency. The Low-Noise cable can reduce the noise level by 24% from 24.6dBA to 18.7dBA.
  • Anti-vibration mounting system equipped with In-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads provide Hassle-Free usage for 80% protection coverage, including all four corners.
  • 2 year Warranty

Customer Reviews

Decent, but overpricedDon't get me wrong, these are some of the prettiest fans money can buy. They have more LEDs than just about any other fan outside of the Quad version of the same brand. However, that doesn't mean they aren't overpriced. In fact, I almost miss my old Thermaltake Premium fans. The Rings on this are so bright, you can hardly tell the actual fan itself is lit up, and the lighting on the blades actually is one of the nicest looking parts (I included one picture of the old fans for comparison). Even if you dim the rings, the blades still don't show as good, and they only have 5 addressable LEDs for that portion, so it gives you way less options for effects. And while the LEDs can be changed individually for every single one, the software doesn't have any options to add layers like iCue from Corsair does. To top it all off, it's really irritating you have to spend $160 just to even have an option of white fans (Because $140 isn't enough already...).Overall, they push a lot of air, which keeps your system cool, if a bit loud. The software isn't quite as bad as some make it out to be in my opinion. I actually like the options you're given for effects more than what's offered by iCue or Synapse (Razer), Asus, MSI etc (outside of the no layers thing). Installation was super easy, as with all case fans. You plug the wires into the controller, and the controller into a fan header and a USB 2.0 port. There is quite a bit of cable (too much for most ATX towers), so be prepared to figure out routing before hand.I don't necessarily regret my purchase, but I do think these should be cheaper, and offered in white.4Trio puts shame to Riing Plus.These have so many more LEDs than TT Ring Pro fans, but are also much more expensive at 130 dollars currently for three.Surprisingly they are compatible with the TT motherboard LED controller (sold seperately).While I don't know if I will choose thermaltake again the next time I put a computer together from scratch due to how extremely confusing their products are as far as what you actually get and how they lump all kinds of unrelated products together causing eye strain on trying to determine which reviews or QA are for what product... these fans look amazing so I can't fault them here.Additionally, i almost regret saying the word Aura Sync because it might mislead search results but in truth these fans are only compatible when you have the sold separately motherboard controller with 9 fan hub. For me though, this is not entirely clear that the hub would work at all with these fans -- but they do.I also don't appreciate having to pay for the controller that is packaged in, which I have about 3 by now, between the cheap riing (non-pro) rgb that came with my view 71 case (which, shows riing plus fans with the updated logo on the box..), software controller which came with the 140mm riing plus premiums and these. Luckily, you can pay about the same price for 3 rgb riing plus 12's as the price for a pack of three with another controller (rolls eyes).Also, for some reason when I ordered these I received a completely sealed box with dusty old NZXT branded fans inside. I don't know if either amazon or thermaltakes' return department was at fault but it was addressed with replacements over two days.Note: in the second picture, there are riing plus fans on the top, rear and front sides of the case, the trios are visible on the vertical radiator facing the camera.5Great fan set. Bought for a 3U server using 3x 200mm intakes.These look so cool! I have these in a rig with a Ryzen 7 1700 and of course the stock cooler which has the cool red ring around it.I have the Ryzen cooler LED set to pulse the red ring and this is Solid red all the time.Makes the 3U server case look pretty sweet and also the 3 fans alone push a ton of force through a wall of mining 1050Ti's Yes they stay cool with the 3 fans alone moving air into this case.I also wanted to add how ridiculously quiet these are. Of course the 200mm are pretty relaxing on your ears but these are quiet on top of it.Pay the little bit more to get great quality and some top notch airflow.I love to write reviews and have paid full price for this item.5They look great but a cable was defectiveThey do look great. As you can see on the picture i can not connect it to my mobo because the 4pin usb connection is totally wrong size. I would love to know how did thermal take manage to do this.. Yes... I contacted them and i can RMA it but I dont want to. I used a sata to molex adapter so i wouldn't have to connect a molex strip to my psu. Not gonna lie the install manual was kinda hard to understand for the first time. Instead of writing "usb 2.0 9 pin" you could put 9 pin usb 2.0 header. Maybe even put a picture of the actual connector just for stupid people like me. It was also confusing where to put the jumpers. I thought i can set how many fans I have attached. Who the hell would think you could connect 16 controllers together. Who would even actually do that? I thought the 16 controller was a typo instead of 16 fans thats why i changed the jumper anyway.3For my first RGB fans, I'm quite pleased.I've NEVER been a fan of RGB. I think its a gimmick that gives these companies a reason to charge us 30% more for a thing because it has colored lights. I'm a PC gamer, so when I use my computer, somehow I find myself looking at the game and not the multicolored blingbling keyboard, mouse, mousepad, fans, and case lighting. Sure, if I take a step back and LOOK at my setup, the colors look cool....but I built a gaming pc to game, not look at.That being said, I bought a nice glass case and did a black/white theme. I decided I wanted some nice white light fans but they needed to be PWM and adjustable. Hard to find cheap stuff that does all that...enter the Thermaltake Riing Trio. I could care less about the 15 trillion things these can do, but the software let me make the rings the color I like, at the brightness I like, and the effects are pretty cool. I like the breathing pulses and it even reacts to your music. Pretty neat, I'll admit.5Perfect for Any LED-lit Rig!I recently purchased a DeepCool Captain EX 240mm liquid cooler to put into my first gaming rig since it would be put under a heavy workload for long periods of time. In the days of 2017, though, you can't have fans in your rig that aren't LED-lit! And for me, neither of the 120mm fans included were! Also, the fans ran quite loud, which is something that I don't mind while I'm using my computer (mainly because I am normally wearing headphones while I am gaming), but when I'm not using it, I don't want to hear a semi truck in my living room. So, in an effort to keep the static pressure in the radiator to me Captain EX high but to keep the noise level low, I tried these fans out. I was pleasantly surprised at how well they work!At full-blast, I hear a humming noise coming from my case now, and my system has been running at a personal all-time low of 28 degrees Celsius stand-by temperature for my system and 48 degrees Celsius running Skyrim at its highest settings running at 1080p. The LEDs were a nice addition to my rig since I am going for a blue LED look for this rig as it is a basic work computer turned gaming rig. When I upgrade this rig by completely building my own, I will likely update these fans to full RGB-lit fans. Hopefully, though, Thermaltlake makes those so that I can continue using their amazing products!5Holy unicorn crap!Yeah that s 9 of them in the pic in a lian li pco-11, they are phenomenal looking love the fact that they light up from behind as well, seeing as I have 6 of them as intakes and 3 exhaust. Only wish they were just a bit cheaper but not really a con, also that the wiring was a bit more modular, the cables on these things are really long which is good just wish they were extensions rather then having to hide meters of wire inside my back panel. Otherwise awesome results!5I use to like Thermaltake! These were complete junk unfortunately I have attached a video showing the only setting they will do. I even purchased a different controller (from Thermaltake, made for these) and same results. I spent hours trying to get them to work thinking I was doing something wrong.I even went back and forth with their email support for over a week (takes them 48-72 hours to respond each time) and they kept just telling me I had an unsupported motherboard. Then why didn't the controller work? And it's an ASUS Rog Strix motherboard with Aura Sync, Completely supported and I spent the $40 for their "special" controller that syncs to Aura Sync.Yet they just kept saying I either wired it wrong or my motherboard wasn't supported. Horrible customer service. Spending $160 (with special controller) for fans that barely light up and do nothing advertised was a huge bummer. They wouldn't even accept the fact that just maybe they might be bad.I expected a lot more from Thermaltake.1Perfect RGB for intake AND exhaust!I purchased 2 packs (6 fans) for my O11 Dynamic build and am super happy with the design of these fans and hub. The fans themselves have only 1 sleeved cable coming from each, which makes cable management very easy and clean.The fans and hub feel sturdy and of good quality, being bested by only the Corsair LL series IMO.The reason I bought these particular fans is because I needed something that looked good as an exhaust option. Almost all other major manufacturers only design their fans to look good from the front - not the back. These Riing Trio fans worked perfectly for my application.The software was tricky to understand at first, with an odd rotary dial type of interface to scroll through the connected fans. After some Google searching I was able to understand how to use it proficiently and it actually works quite well. The interface seems a little dated and confusing but it gets the job done.The only area I give it less than 5 stars on is the noise, simply because I had high end Noctua fans in my last build.5Cheap and fantastic qualityThe fans themselves look great if the only color you need is red. The plastic ring makes for an appearance that isn't seen much elsewhere (Corsairs usually use more of a matte appearance.) The fans themselves are obviously a little loud at 100%, but I have an open air case so I'm not sure how it would sound in an enclosed case. At lower speeds the fans are just right and imo are just as quiet as the noctua fans that I replaced. For the price, these are the best fans I've ever gotten, and as an extra bonus I got 3 more free low noise adapter cables. The only con I could give these fans is they're 3 pin, which means you won't be able to control fan speed with most software. Luckily I figured out how to use SpeedFan and have no problem turning the fans up or down by a couple percent.5
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Description
  • Patented LED ring. Air flow - 40.6 CFM. Noise level - 24.0 decibels
  • Concentrated compression blades (CCB) is engineered to focus the inner weaker circle of Air outwards, allowing the outer section to pressurize and compress the Air.
  • Hydraulic Bearing/Low-Noise design lowers operating noise and improves efficiency. The Low-Noise cable can reduce the noise level by 24% from 24.6dBA to 18.7dBA.
  • Anti-vibration mounting system equipped with In-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads provide Hassle-Free usage for 80% protection coverage, including all four corners.
  • 2 year Warranty
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Decent, but overpricedDon't get me wrong, these are some of the prettiest fans money can buy. They have more LEDs than just about any other fan outside of the Quad version of the same brand. However, that doesn't mean they aren't overpriced. In fact, I almost miss my old Thermaltake Premium fans. The Rings on this are so bright, you can hardly tell the actual fan itself is lit up, and the lighting on the blades actually is one of the nicest looking parts (I included one picture of the old fans for comparison). Even if you dim the rings, the blades still don't show as good, and they only have 5 addressable LEDs for that portion, so it gives you way less options for effects. And while the LEDs can be changed individually for every single one, the software doesn't have any options to add layers like iCue from Corsair does. To top it all off, it's really irritating you have to spend $160 just to even have an option of white fans (Because $140 isn't enough already...).Overall, they push a lot of air, which keeps your system cool, if a bit loud. The software isn't quite as bad as some make it out to be in my opinion. I actually like the options you're given for effects more than what's offered by iCue or Synapse (Razer), Asus, MSI etc (outside of the no layers thing). Installation was super easy, as with all case fans. You plug the wires into the controller, and the controller into a fan header and a USB 2.0 port. There is quite a bit of cable (too much for most ATX towers), so be prepared to figure out routing before hand.I don't necessarily regret my purchase, but I do think these should be cheaper, and offered in white.4Trio puts shame to Riing Plus.These have so many more LEDs than TT Ring Pro fans, but are also much more expensive at 130 dollars currently for three.Surprisingly they are compatible with the TT motherboard LED controller (sold seperately).While I don't know if I will choose thermaltake again the next time I put a computer together from scratch due to how extremely confusing their products are as far as what you actually get and how they lump all kinds of unrelated products together causing eye strain on trying to determine which reviews or QA are for what product... these fans look amazing so I can't fault them here.Additionally, i almost regret saying the word Aura Sync because it might mislead search results but in truth these fans are only compatible when you have the sold separately motherboard controller with 9 fan hub. For me though, this is not entirely clear that the hub would work at all with these fans -- but they do.I also don't appreciate having to pay for the controller that is packaged in, which I have about 3 by now, between the cheap riing (non-pro) rgb that came with my view 71 case (which, shows riing plus fans with the updated logo on the box..), software controller which came with the 140mm riing plus premiums and these. Luckily, you can pay about the same price for 3 rgb riing plus 12's as the price for a pack of three with another controller (rolls eyes).Also, for some reason when I ordered these I received a completely sealed box with dusty old NZXT branded fans inside. I don't know if either amazon or thermaltakes' return department was at fault but it was addressed with replacements over two days.Note: in the second picture, there are riing plus fans on the top, rear and front sides of the case, the trios are visible on the vertical radiator facing the camera.5Great fan set. Bought for a 3U server using 3x 200mm intakes.These look so cool! I have these in a rig with a Ryzen 7 1700 and of course the stock cooler which has the cool red ring around it.I have the Ryzen cooler LED set to pulse the red ring and this is Solid red all the time.Makes the 3U server case look pretty sweet and also the 3 fans alone push a ton of force through a wall of mining 1050Ti's Yes they stay cool with the 3 fans alone moving air into this case.I also wanted to add how ridiculously quiet these are. Of course the 200mm are pretty relaxing on your ears but these are quiet on top of it.Pay the little bit more to get great quality and some top notch airflow.I love to write reviews and have paid full price for this item.5They look great but a cable was defectiveThey do look great. As you can see on the picture i can not connect it to my mobo because the 4pin usb connection is totally wrong size. I would love to know how did thermal take manage to do this.. Yes... I contacted them and i can RMA it but I dont want to. I used a sata to molex adapter so i wouldn't have to connect a molex strip to my psu. Not gonna lie the install manual was kinda hard to understand for the first time. Instead of writing "usb 2.0 9 pin" you could put 9 pin usb 2.0 header. Maybe even put a picture of the actual connector just for stupid people like me. It was also confusing where to put the jumpers. I thought i can set how many fans I have attached. Who the hell would think you could connect 16 controllers together. Who would even actually do that? I thought the 16 controller was a typo instead of 16 fans thats why i changed the jumper anyway.3For my first RGB fans, I'm quite pleased.I've NEVER been a fan of RGB. I think its a gimmick that gives these companies a reason to charge us 30% more for a thing because it has colored lights. I'm a PC gamer, so when I use my computer, somehow I find myself looking at the game and not the multicolored blingbling keyboard, mouse, mousepad, fans, and case lighting. Sure, if I take a step back and LOOK at my setup, the colors look cool....but I built a gaming pc to game, not look at.That being said, I bought a nice glass case and did a black/white theme. I decided I wanted some nice white light fans but they needed to be PWM and adjustable. Hard to find cheap stuff that does all that...enter the Thermaltake Riing Trio. I could care less about the 15 trillion things these can do, but the software let me make the rings the color I like, at the brightness I like, and the effects are pretty cool. I like the breathing pulses and it even reacts to your music. Pretty neat, I'll admit.5Perfect for Any LED-lit Rig!I recently purchased a DeepCool Captain EX 240mm liquid cooler to put into my first gaming rig since it would be put under a heavy workload for long periods of time. In the days of 2017, though, you can't have fans in your rig that aren't LED-lit! And for me, neither of the 120mm fans included were! Also, the fans ran quite loud, which is something that I don't mind while I'm using my computer (mainly because I am normally wearing headphones while I am gaming), but when I'm not using it, I don't want to hear a semi truck in my living room. So, in an effort to keep the static pressure in the radiator to me Captain EX high but to keep the noise level low, I tried these fans out. I was pleasantly surprised at how well they work!At full-blast, I hear a humming noise coming from my case now, and my system has been running at a personal all-time low of 28 degrees Celsius stand-by temperature for my system and 48 degrees Celsius running Skyrim at its highest settings running at 1080p. The LEDs were a nice addition to my rig since I am going for a blue LED look for this rig as it is a basic work computer turned gaming rig. When I upgrade this rig by completely building my own, I will likely update these fans to full RGB-lit fans. Hopefully, though, Thermaltlake makes those so that I can continue using their amazing products!5Holy unicorn crap!Yeah that s 9 of them in the pic in a lian li pco-11, they are phenomenal looking love the fact that they light up from behind as well, seeing as I have 6 of them as intakes and 3 exhaust. Only wish they were just a bit cheaper but not really a con, also that the wiring was a bit more modular, the cables on these things are really long which is good just wish they were extensions rather then having to hide meters of wire inside my back panel. Otherwise awesome results!5I use to like Thermaltake! These were complete junk unfortunately I have attached a video showing the only setting they will do. I even purchased a different controller (from Thermaltake, made for these) and same results. I spent hours trying to get them to work thinking I was doing something wrong.I even went back and forth with their email support for over a week (takes them 48-72 hours to respond each time) and they kept just telling me I had an unsupported motherboard. Then why didn't the controller work? And it's an ASUS Rog Strix motherboard with Aura Sync, Completely supported and I spent the $40 for their "special" controller that syncs to Aura Sync.Yet they just kept saying I either wired it wrong or my motherboard wasn't supported. Horrible customer service. Spending $160 (with special controller) for fans that barely light up and do nothing advertised was a huge bummer. They wouldn't even accept the fact that just maybe they might be bad.I expected a lot more from Thermaltake.1Perfect RGB for intake AND exhaust!I purchased 2 packs (6 fans) for my O11 Dynamic build and am super happy with the design of these fans and hub. The fans themselves have only 1 sleeved cable coming from each, which makes cable management very easy and clean.The fans and hub feel sturdy and of good quality, being bested by only the Corsair LL series IMO.The reason I bought these particular fans is because I needed something that looked good as an exhaust option. Almost all other major manufacturers only design their fans to look good from the front - not the back. These Riing Trio fans worked perfectly for my application.The software was tricky to understand at first, with an odd rotary dial type of interface to scroll through the connected fans. After some Google searching I was able to understand how to use it proficiently and it actually works quite well. The interface seems a little dated and confusing but it gets the job done.The only area I give it less than 5 stars on is the noise, simply because I had high end Noctua fans in my last build.5Cheap and fantastic qualityThe fans themselves look great if the only color you need is red. The plastic ring makes for an appearance that isn't seen much elsewhere (Corsairs usually use more of a matte appearance.) The fans themselves are obviously a little loud at 100%, but I have an open air case so I'm not sure how it would sound in an enclosed case. At lower speeds the fans are just right and imo are just as quiet as the noctua fans that I replaced. For the price, these are the best fans I've ever gotten, and as an extra bonus I got 3 more free low noise adapter cables. The only con I could give these fans is they're 3 pin, which means you won't be able to control fan speed with most software. Luckily I figured out how to use SpeedFan and have no problem turning the fans up or down by a couple percent.5
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