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ThermalTake Riing Silent 12 Pro Cooler Review

Rating: 8.0.

ThermalTake are back with a new air cooler – the Riing Silent 12 Pro. As the name suggests, this cooler comes fitted with one of ThermalTake’s own Riing LED fans, something which should be well received as these fans have certainly proved popular with consumers in the past. How does the Riing Silent 12 Pro stack up against the competition?

Having reviewed several good-quality air coolers from ThermalTake in the past, we certainly have high hopes for the new Riing Silent 12 Pro. Whether or not it lives up to these expectations is another matter, though, so read on for the full review where we assess the cooler’s features, installation process and performance before giving our final verdict.


Specification

  • Dimensions (total): 140 x 160 x 102 mm (W x H x L)
  • Material: Copper (heatpipes), aluminium (slats)
  • Weight: 884 g
  • Heatpipes: 5x Ø 6 mm
  • Fan Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm (W x H x T)
  • Colour: Black / Blue
  • LED lights: Blue
  • Volume: 12 – 19 dB (A)
  • Speed: 300-1400 U / min
  • Air flow: 90.05 m³ / h
  • Static pressure: 1.23 mm H2O
  • Power (Watt): 2.52 W
  • Life expectancy: 40,000 hours
  • Connector: 4-pin PWM + LNC (low Noise Cable)
  • Compatibility: Intel Socket 775, 115x, 1366, 2011 2011 V3 & AMD Socket FM1, FM2, AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+

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