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Thermaltake takes the wraps off its Water 3.0 AIO coolers

By Bryan Chan & Koh Wanzi - on 8 Dec 2015, 10:42am

Thermaltake takes the wraps off its Water 3.0 AIO coolers

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Thermaltake has just announced its new Water 3.0 Riing RGB AIO series of coolers, complete with RGB-illuminated fans for a bit of aesthetic flourish.

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The Water 3.0 Riing RGB AIO coolers are available in 240mm and 360mm (much like the Water 3.0 Ultimate) variants, and include Thermaltake Riing 12 LED RGB radiator fans that are designed to deliver high static pressure for pushing air through the radiator fins. The LED ring that circles each fan can deliver up to 256 different colors.

The Thermaltake Water 3.0 Riing RGB AIO coolers are available in 240mm and 360mm variants. They also comes with braided, sleeved tubing and a fan controller. (Image Source: Thermaltake)

The Riing 12 LED RGB fans can also be purchased separately, so you’ll have the option to add more fans for a push-pull configuration. They use hydraulic bearings and come with built-in anti-vibration mounts for quieter operation. They are also rated to operate up to 1,500RPM in standard mode and up to 1,000RPM in low-noise mode.

Five LED modes are supported, including the option to display solid red, blue, white, green, or cycle through all 256 colors. There’s also the option to disable the lights entirely if you aren’t quite feeling it. The included smart fan controller comes with three buttons – Speed, Play/Pause, and Mode – that allow you to quickly lower the fan speeds for less noise, cycle through all 256 colors and lock it at your preferred one, or just toggle between the different modes.

The fan controller comes with Speed, Play/Pause, and Mode buttons. (Image Source: Thermaltake)

The radiator itself is 27mm thick, and the fans add an additional 25mm to that, so be sure to check that you have enough clearance in your case to install it.

There’s no word on price and availability yet.

Source: Thermaltake