• Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
  • Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
  • Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
  • Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
  • Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
  • Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
  • Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
  • Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB High Static Pressure Fans 360 AIO Liquid Cooling System CPU Cooler CL-W108-PL12SW-A

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  • Smart Fan Controller : Switches between 5 LED modes including solid colors of red, blue, white, green or disable and cycle through 256 colors
  • Riing 12 LED RGB 256 Colors Radiator Fan : The patented circular multicolored 120mm RGB radiator fans with high-static pressure design, producing impressive cooling performance
  • High Efficiency Radiator: 360mm large surface radiator supports up to 6 x 120mm fans for additional heat dissipation
  • Durable Sleeved Cable and High Performance Waterblock : Cable sleeve design delivers the best durability and prevents the tubing surface from any damages and scratches
  • High Reliability Pump: Enables the maximum amount of water circulation, keeping the copper plate continuously cool
  • Simple Setup
  • Tt LCS Certified: Liquid Cooling Supported. Compatible with extreme liquid cooling configurations

Customer Reviews

Amazing AIO Hello, welcome to my review of the Thermaltake Water 3.0 280 red edition. This is my first liquid cooler so I was excited to receive it. Installation was irritating for me at least but I was relieved when it was finally installed. Like I said it's my first AIOHow I installed: I had to install the radiator in the front of the case because my case won't allow a top installation. Usually when I see aio installed at the front the fans are on the outside and the radiator is inside so when you look into your case through your side panel you see the radiator and not the fans. I thought that there's no reason to use cool led fans if you can't see them so I put the fans on the inside which I believe is a pull configuration.If you look at the images I posted the logo is upside down, which looks cool but was not intentional. If I wanted to have the logo facing the right way then the radiator hoses would have to come out of the bottom, I tried it that way but they wouldn't reach the CPU and my video card got in the way. And so I flipped it to where the hoses come out from the top and that's why the logo is upside down lol.How it performs: This is what really matters. How good is this cooler? It's awesome. It cools the cpu extremely well. Without overclocking at idle I was getting temps around 18c, my old Cryrorig H5 universal which was a great cooler would have an idle temperatures of around 28c. I stress tested the CPU using Intel Extreme Utility software I let it run for a few hours and at 100 percent load the temperatures didn't go over 70 degrees. I then decided to overclock the CPU to 4.6 GHz in the bios my temps were hitting 25 to 38 degrees idle which is nothing to worry about.Obviously as good as the cooler is there are other factors you need to consider such as the temperature of the room your PC is in, cable management, rpm speeds and so on. I'm very pleased with the performance of this liquid cooler, it looks really nice and was well worth the money. Thanks for reading. 5Incredible cooling performance This unit works perfectly, and it drops the temperature radically.I installed the 360mm version in my media server this morning and then ran the Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool to see how it fared.SERVER INFORMATION:Intel i7 4790k processorASRock Z97 Extreme 6 board16 GB Ripjaws PC3 12800 RAMCorsair RM850X power supplyMSI GeForce GTX 1070 video card10 hard drives (9 internal and 1 external)Pioneer BDR-209DBK Blu-ray driveThermal take Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB 360 water coolerPERFORMANCE:--- IPDT64 - Temperature Monitor Results--- Temperature Test ---...Version 1.0.12.64b.W...57 degrees C below maximumTest Result - PASSExpected Greater than 1 degrees below maxReceived 57 degrees below maxThis 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: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.FIVE STARS 5Perfect for Thermaltake P3 / Ryzen 1600 AM4 / GTX 1080 build Perfect to go with Thermaltake P3 build. Install was straight forward per the picture directions in box (there's also a YouTube video that shows how to do the full install step by step). If you are using a bigger GPU, you may need to vertically mount using EZDIY riser cable. This was my first ever computer build and took an hour to install. Glad this AIO came with the AM4 bracket in the box for Ryzen 5 1600 unlike most other air/water coolers that require you to prove purchase of the fan and CPU/mobo to get an AM4 bracket.The RGBs are bright! And the RGB on the block cooler is a nice touch too. The software is fine and does what it needs to do. Changing the RGB light color and pattern is a breeze through the application as well downloaded from the site on directions. The fans are also really quiet. I have all 3 running on performance mode all the time and on an open case I don't hear them.Zero issues or complaints with the water cooler. 5Juan Jos Suarez C. Great product, the performance is great with the new AMD Ryzen 7, where I live, the ambient temperature is approximately 28 (centigrade) and after 15 minutes of a bench test with the CPU at 100% load the CPU temp maintain at 64.50 (centigrade ) is a great product that has the support for AM4, great choice for the ones that wants liquid cooling solutions.I have a ryzen 1700x at 3.5 with XFR at a constant voltage of 1.3750I hope this review help other to decide. Thanks. God bless you all ! 5Definitely a performer So I purchased this with the explicit purpose of cooling my MSI 1080 OC graphics card. From the factory this card runs pretty hot (75-80c) in games and while acceptable, I wanted to drop the temps to a more comfortable level. Well using this and the Kraken G12 adapter as well as MX-4 Artic compound, my underload temps have dropped drastically (45-55c) and stays there allowing the card to run its boost frequency full time and with plenty of thermal space to overclock if I feel so inclined. On the first power up the pump made a lot of bubbling noises which implies that there is air in the system, but after a few seconds it quieted down and performance has been steady since. Kind of irrelevant but idle temps also dropped considerably from around 40c down to 28-30c range.My only complaints are that a) the hoses feel a little thin/small and b) they are a tad short. Granted if you were using this with a CPU instead of a GPU it would likely be fine but most cases can only fit a radiator this size in the front so hose length does matter. 4Beware does not honer stated 3-year warranty I liked the performance and the price. Don't like that the product has quit working and they don't honor their 3-year warranty stated here on the site. 1Pump failed, almost burned out my chipset I originally bought this liquid cooler with a Pentium G4560 and didn't have any issues. I recently upgraded to a I7-7700k. About 2 weeks after I upgraded the pump started making a whining noise. Then, my computer started crashing unexpectedly. After some research, I decided to read my CPU temps and they were over 90 C with the computer at idle (no gaming or internet). At this point, the pump was not making any noise, the radiator was cool, and the water block was burning hot, all indicating that the pump had failed. I was lucky enough that only the pump failed and not a seal on the radiator. I just recently switched to a decent air cooler and its working fantastic (noctua NH-D15S). If you want a liquid cooler, go with a higher end one, otherwise just stick to air coolers. Simpler is better.UPDATE:I have contacted thermaltake and sent my unit back, as it was under warranty. What I got as a "new" replacement was a beat up box, used parts in disgusting shredded bags, and a unit that is questionably used. Beware of this company, will never buy from again. 1Stay away from this. Thermaltake is out to lunch with broken software and incompatibility. UPDATE#2: After several updates and changing thermal pastes and software updates - the last one in Chinese or something similar - I have submitted an official complaint about the misleading practices relating to this and other Tt products. This riing will not keep up with the thermal load of a Ryzen nor a Threadripper. The latest update Which I had to get from their website actually broke both my audio drivers. I had to remove the Tt software and reinstall my audio and video drivers today. I have put in for an RMA with Thermaltake but who cares. I will never get my $150.00 back.Why is it not yet compatible with Aorus or have an adapter for any motherboard maker to allow control of the LEDs and fans? Why say they support processors that they can't keep cool? Both an AMD 1920X, and ryzen 7 2700X system - both vanilla - crashed from thermal max - BSOD and reboot to BIOS. I have tried everything to manage the temps but in the end it was futile. The temps look good for a few minutes or at 0% processor load, but as thermals build from demand this AIO just cannot keep the processor cool enough to keep running.FYI: I convert and compress video, photos and create music. I watch films and streaming services. I game lightly.Do yourself a favor and stay away from this brand for a while. It is currently out to lunch. I ordered two Cooler master tower fans to cool my Threadripper and Ryzen cpus. Yes I am have gone back to pipes and fans. They work great and keep thermal loads in check below or at 60C overnight and beyond.Thank you for reading this true rant. I am sorry if it ends up disappointing some folks.regards.UPDATE#1: The software continues to crash during boot, after an update to fix issues that were not even on the list of things broken... What are you doing Thermaltake? Sometimes it works and sometimes not - GAH! Sometimes my fans make up their own mind what to do. Next month I think I am going to replace this with a different cooler. Actually the only reason for going liquid was NOT cooling but decibels and excitement factor. At this point I think I am going back to hard pipe cooling. This liquid CLS-AIO is for the birds. As far as I can tell Liquid cooling is for bragging rights - not technically needed for thermal management. I am disappointed. I know I got ripped off by the misrepresentation of the product.HISTORY: My system build starts with an AMD 1920X on a Gigabyte Designare X399 Mo-Bo. With the latest bios update. The system is stable with G. Skill RGB 3200 ram. I have implanted an NVMe Pci-e Samsung EVO 960 drive and power from a Corsair RM850i - the non RGB version of their power supply. All of this is a vanilla system with NO overclocking and a stable OS, viewed on a Sceptre UHD monitor.THE COOLER: One of the recommended cooler manufacturers for this processor, on AMD's website, was Thermaltake closed loop AIO coolers. I chose this cooler on recommendation from Thermaltake and the lighting ability of it. I was not convinced of its efficacy for the first 48 hours after the install. I almost took it out because of temperature control issues. 71C to be exact, and BSODs every 20 minutes.Suspecting the Tt software controller was to blame, I reinstalled the awful stuff.THE SOFTWARE: this interface is just idiotic. Great idea - childish implementation. It is alpha software at best. I played around with it and noticed that - though workable - the control software was greatly flawed as follows, and not enjoyable to use.THE INTERFACE: is not resizable; there is no drag and expand, so on a UHD monitor, the whole interface is quite small unless one sets the windows text settings to a larger size. That causes the text to become cut off because the interface itself does not expand to fit the text.THE INITIAL SETUP: forces the selection of the 4th fan controller first. The interface will not work correctly if you don t select interface 4 first. Then it allows selection of the first monitor...FAN CONTROL: NO FAN SPEED CONTROL on the interface for Floe Riing RGB drop down selection. It is only available in the Riing-Plus selection from the drop-down menus of the monitors which shouldn't work since this is the Floe dual riing RGB - not the Riing-Plus..Guess what? That can only be selected on monitors down lists NOT related to where the actual pump is plugged into the CPU position - monitor 1, The software balks with an error in red text stating no connected device if you change the pump/cpu monitor to anything but what it actually is. The rest of the monitors apparently do not care if some other hardware is selected instead. Crazy stuff yeah?TEXT SIZE: None of the text on a UHD monitor is legible unless face planting the screen, or in my case using magnifying glasses, remember, The GUI is not resizable - but whatever is done to Windows resizing is mostly mirrored INSIDE the GUI frame so stuff gets cut off and overlaps. Truly I should not have to resize windows interface and resolution, etc. to make the interface usable, but if they require it of the user, then the GUI should expand to fit the required changes.TWEAKING RESULTS: After all of the playing around and reinstalling, and playing around more, I finally managed to control the temperature better. Now I span temps in C from about 35C to 65C depending on the load.BEFORE TWEAKING: the temperature spanned from 45C to 71C. Under a sustained load it grew roots at 71C.THE LIGHTS: are nice on the radiator and the noise level is lower than the tower air cooler I used on my old AMD FX-8350 Black processor.THE PUMP: Yet another big issue is the pump speed. As beautiful as it is with the RGD-LED factor, the pump speed/rpm is NOT controllable through the software or anywhere else. There is no real time data on how the pump is performing - not even rpm. I suppose they need that pump speed to stay static to fully disperse water against the fins of the water block? At a minimum, builders need to know if the rpm on the pump is correct.INITIAL ROUND-UP :>Does it keep the system running? Yes of course.Is it where I think it should be for that much money? Hell no.The software needs a total rework by someone who cares about control interfaces.The LED's need better flow control within the factory set patterns.The controls need to be fully legible on a UHD screen.There is a continuous disconnect between manufacturers for the AORUS LED controls.Even GIGABYTE apps have disconnects between their own control software. Some apps don't work on the new X399 chip-sets, even though they have advertised their app control center as compatible.ASUSs AORUS controls are not compatible with any builders except those that are in partnership with them.THE END RESULTS: I don t feel like I won the battle. I like the hardware - truly. But there is no warm and fuzzy feeling for those who adopt early. There is still much wrong with the software control from Thermaltake that I have not even touched on, such as memory loss, glitchy selection processes, and support. Thermaltake and others are already getting ready to release (or are they already released?) new AIO cooling systems so watch for those and wait to adopt if you can..I cannot wholly support this cooler because of the initial cooling control disconnect between hardware and the software interface. I have higher expectations for that much time and money invested. 1Love the product, two replacements so far that leak. Update if third does not. So don't get me wrong, I love this AIO. The colors are great and the setup wasn't difficult at all.The first one I received was packaged horribly, box was twice the size of the cooler, which resulted in half the box being crushed and stamped as received damaged. Opened the box and to my dismay, right where the hoses connect to the CPU block, leaking right at the seals. Ordered my replacement, packaging is fine. Installed and everything seems to finally be alright, after noticing however the pump making constant swishing sounds. I decided to inspect the AIO and noticed that once again there is a leak, but this time at the radiator where the hoses connect.My entire build is focused on this AIO, I have the Thermaltake P5 with the AIO brackets. Without this AIO the case would look completely empty.My 3rd replacement should be here on my birthday, November 4th.Since there isn't many reviews yet, and most people seem to be happy. I gave this a chance, I can only hope that I'm just having some bad luck.Crossing fingers that 3rd times a charm, and the AIO will not leak.Advertised as a completely closed system, I assumed that this would be a great alternative to water cooling. As well as a safe alternative.Even if this one doesn't leak, I have now considered doing away with this case and using an air cooler.2500 dollars is way too much to spend on a build, to have it ruined by a product that is not reliable.I will however change my review to 5 stars and give an update once my return has arrived without any issues.Update - Keeping my promise and updating to five stars. After receiving my 3rd replacement in the mail, this one hasn t given me any issues at all. Most importantly, no leaks ! I have been using this build for almost a year now and no hiccups at all. This is a great product, and I wouldn t hesitate to use it on another build. 5Nice Try TT, but you didn't pull it off, again *Update (11/2018) for 3 months now TT has fixed the 0 C glitch on the software and now the PWM control can be used on the rad fans, so I will increase my review to 3 stars. I can't say if TT has improved their product packaging (and manual instructions) as I haven't purchased another one of these rads so I can't update my review based on that, but the software has significantly improved.________________________________________Original reviewI think TT managed to perform a descent upgrade over the previous generation of CPU coolers (Water 3.0 Riing) and they certainly listened to consumers suggestions regarding the design. However, this unit is unfortunately plagued with critical hardware/software issues. Here I go:(1) Some spots in the radiator fins arrived with partial dents that luckily didn't go through the entire rad. Upon unpacking the rad, I noticed that some other packaged components (the usb hub and some cables) were contacting those bent spots so it was clearly poor packaging management.(2) The build materials of the rad and hosing doesn't feel as sturdy and premium compared to Corsair's and NZXT's comparatively priced models (i.e. Kraken)(3) Instructions regarding the connection of the fans (including the water block) to the usb hub were lacking and confusing, with mere pictograms and no verbal description given in a very short manual. For example, there were 2 cables coming out of the water block, one 3-pin connector (obviously the 3-pin water pump (non variable speed pump) that can go into any 3 or 4 pin fan header in the mobo (I put it in CPU_fan) and another one with connections similar to the rad fans but the manual didn't mention what to do with that cable (does it go to the motherboard USB, the hub?). BTW, if you connect that multiple-pin cable to the motherboard, it will destroy the RGB lights in the water block! It must be connected to the provided hub, along with all 3 rad fans.(4) Upon starting the software, I get a temperature reading of 0 Celsius in the only sensor that the software is reading. No one part of the motherboard or chasis, not even the liquid coolant inside the pump, will ever be at 0 C so it's clearly a software glitch. Therefore, I have to turn off PWM regulation of the 3 rad fans and use manual RPM % values for the rad fans! That's just unacceptable for a 2017 product at this price point.The worst part is that you can't plug in the 3 rad fans to motherboard fan headers since they are NOT 4 pin PWM fan connectors (they are proprietary 5 or 9 pin connectors) so you're forced to use the proprietary adapter/hub that comes with the set.Overall, not very pleased at all with this product and would definitely not recommend it to anyone. You're better off with Corsair, NZXT or other brand. If I hadn't spent so much time building my new gaming rig I'd definetly return these and get some other brand but I'll just keep them bc I don't have the time. 3
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Amazing AIO Hello, welcome to my review of the Thermaltake Water 3.0 280 red edition. This is my first liquid cooler so I was excited to receive it. Installation was irritating for me at least but I was relieved when it was finally installed. Like I said it's my first AIOHow I installed: I had to install the radiator in the front of the case because my case won't allow a top installation. Usually when I see aio installed at the front the fans are on the outside and the radiator is inside so when you look into your case through your side panel you see the radiator and not the fans. I thought that there's no reason to use cool led fans if you can't see them so I put the fans on the inside which I believe is a pull configuration.If you look at the images I posted the logo is upside down, which looks cool but was not intentional. If I wanted to have the logo facing the right way then the radiator hoses would have to come out of the bottom, I tried it that way but they wouldn't reach the CPU and my video card got in the way. And so I flipped it to where the hoses come out from the top and that's why the logo is upside down lol.How it performs: This is what really matters. How good is this cooler? It's awesome. It cools the cpu extremely well. Without overclocking at idle I was getting temps around 18c, my old Cryrorig H5 universal which was a great cooler would have an idle temperatures of around 28c. I stress tested the CPU using Intel Extreme Utility software I let it run for a few hours and at 100 percent load the temperatures didn't go over 70 degrees. I then decided to overclock the CPU to 4.6 GHz in the bios my temps were hitting 25 to 38 degrees idle which is nothing to worry about.Obviously as good as the cooler is there are other factors you need to consider such as the temperature of the room your PC is in, cable management, rpm speeds and so on. I'm very pleased with the performance of this liquid cooler, it looks really nice and was well worth the money. Thanks for reading. 5Incredible cooling performance This unit works perfectly, and it drops the temperature radically.I installed the 360mm version in my media server this morning and then ran the Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool to see how it fared.SERVER INFORMATION:Intel i7 4790k processorASRock Z97 Extreme 6 board16 GB Ripjaws PC3 12800 RAMCorsair RM850X power supplyMSI GeForce GTX 1070 video card10 hard drives (9 internal and 1 external)Pioneer BDR-209DBK Blu-ray driveThermal take Water 3.0 Triple Riing RGB 360 water coolerPERFORMANCE:--- IPDT64 - Temperature Monitor Results--- Temperature Test ---...Version 1.0.12.64b.W...57 degrees C below maximumTest Result - PASSExpected Greater than 1 degrees below maxReceived 57 degrees below maxThis 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: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.FIVE STARS 5Perfect for Thermaltake P3 / Ryzen 1600 AM4 / GTX 1080 build Perfect to go with Thermaltake P3 build. Install was straight forward per the picture directions in box (there's also a YouTube video that shows how to do the full install step by step). If you are using a bigger GPU, you may need to vertically mount using EZDIY riser cable. This was my first ever computer build and took an hour to install. Glad this AIO came with the AM4 bracket in the box for Ryzen 5 1600 unlike most other air/water coolers that require you to prove purchase of the fan and CPU/mobo to get an AM4 bracket.The RGBs are bright! And the RGB on the block cooler is a nice touch too. The software is fine and does what it needs to do. Changing the RGB light color and pattern is a breeze through the application as well downloaded from the site on directions. The fans are also really quiet. I have all 3 running on performance mode all the time and on an open case I don't hear them.Zero issues or complaints with the water cooler. 5Juan Jos Suarez C. Great product, the performance is great with the new AMD Ryzen 7, where I live, the ambient temperature is approximately 28 (centigrade) and after 15 minutes of a bench test with the CPU at 100% load the CPU temp maintain at 64.50 (centigrade ) is a great product that has the support for AM4, great choice for the ones that wants liquid cooling solutions.I have a ryzen 1700x at 3.5 with XFR at a constant voltage of 1.3750I hope this review help other to decide. Thanks. God bless you all ! 5Definitely a performer So I purchased this with the explicit purpose of cooling my MSI 1080 OC graphics card. From the factory this card runs pretty hot (75-80c) in games and while acceptable, I wanted to drop the temps to a more comfortable level. Well using this and the Kraken G12 adapter as well as MX-4 Artic compound, my underload temps have dropped drastically (45-55c) and stays there allowing the card to run its boost frequency full time and with plenty of thermal space to overclock if I feel so inclined. On the first power up the pump made a lot of bubbling noises which implies that there is air in the system, but after a few seconds it quieted down and performance has been steady since. Kind of irrelevant but idle temps also dropped considerably from around 40c down to 28-30c range.My only complaints are that a) the hoses feel a little thin/small and b) they are a tad short. Granted if you were using this with a CPU instead of a GPU it would likely be fine but most cases can only fit a radiator this size in the front so hose length does matter. 4Beware does not honer stated 3-year warranty I liked the performance and the price. Don't like that the product has quit working and they don't honor their 3-year warranty stated here on the site. 1Pump failed, almost burned out my chipset I originally bought this liquid cooler with a Pentium G4560 and didn't have any issues. I recently upgraded to a I7-7700k. About 2 weeks after I upgraded the pump started making a whining noise. Then, my computer started crashing unexpectedly. After some research, I decided to read my CPU temps and they were over 90 C with the computer at idle (no gaming or internet). At this point, the pump was not making any noise, the radiator was cool, and the water block was burning hot, all indicating that the pump had failed. I was lucky enough that only the pump failed and not a seal on the radiator. I just recently switched to a decent air cooler and its working fantastic (noctua NH-D15S). If you want a liquid cooler, go with a higher end one, otherwise just stick to air coolers. Simpler is better.UPDATE:I have contacted thermaltake and sent my unit back, as it was under warranty. What I got as a "new" replacement was a beat up box, used parts in disgusting shredded bags, and a unit that is questionably used. Beware of this company, will never buy from again. 1Stay away from this. Thermaltake is out to lunch with broken software and incompatibility. UPDATE#2: After several updates and changing thermal pastes and software updates - the last one in Chinese or something similar - I have submitted an official complaint about the misleading practices relating to this and other Tt products. This riing will not keep up with the thermal load of a Ryzen nor a Threadripper. The latest update Which I had to get from their website actually broke both my audio drivers. I had to remove the Tt software and reinstall my audio and video drivers today. I have put in for an RMA with Thermaltake but who cares. I will never get my $150.00 back.Why is it not yet compatible with Aorus or have an adapter for any motherboard maker to allow control of the LEDs and fans? Why say they support processors that they can't keep cool? Both an AMD 1920X, and ryzen 7 2700X system - both vanilla - crashed from thermal max - BSOD and reboot to BIOS. I have tried everything to manage the temps but in the end it was futile. The temps look good for a few minutes or at 0% processor load, but as thermals build from demand this AIO just cannot keep the processor cool enough to keep running.FYI: I convert and compress video, photos and create music. I watch films and streaming services. I game lightly.Do yourself a favor and stay away from this brand for a while. It is currently out to lunch. I ordered two Cooler master tower fans to cool my Threadripper and Ryzen cpus. Yes I am have gone back to pipes and fans. They work great and keep thermal loads in check below or at 60C overnight and beyond.Thank you for reading this true rant. I am sorry if it ends up disappointing some folks.regards.UPDATE#1: The software continues to crash during boot, after an update to fix issues that were not even on the list of things broken... What are you doing Thermaltake? Sometimes it works and sometimes not - GAH! Sometimes my fans make up their own mind what to do. Next month I think I am going to replace this with a different cooler. Actually the only reason for going liquid was NOT cooling but decibels and excitement factor. At this point I think I am going back to hard pipe cooling. This liquid CLS-AIO is for the birds. As far as I can tell Liquid cooling is for bragging rights - not technically needed for thermal management. I am disappointed. I know I got ripped off by the misrepresentation of the product.HISTORY: My system build starts with an AMD 1920X on a Gigabyte Designare X399 Mo-Bo. With the latest bios update. The system is stable with G. Skill RGB 3200 ram. I have implanted an NVMe Pci-e Samsung EVO 960 drive and power from a Corsair RM850i - the non RGB version of their power supply. All of this is a vanilla system with NO overclocking and a stable OS, viewed on a Sceptre UHD monitor.THE COOLER: One of the recommended cooler manufacturers for this processor, on AMD's website, was Thermaltake closed loop AIO coolers. I chose this cooler on recommendation from Thermaltake and the lighting ability of it. I was not convinced of its efficacy for the first 48 hours after the install. I almost took it out because of temperature control issues. 71C to be exact, and BSODs every 20 minutes.Suspecting the Tt software controller was to blame, I reinstalled the awful stuff.THE SOFTWARE: this interface is just idiotic. Great idea - childish implementation. It is alpha software at best. I played around with it and noticed that - though workable - the control software was greatly flawed as follows, and not enjoyable to use.THE INTERFACE: is not resizable; there is no drag and expand, so on a UHD monitor, the whole interface is quite small unless one sets the windows text settings to a larger size. That causes the text to become cut off because the interface itself does not expand to fit the text.THE INITIAL SETUP: forces the selection of the 4th fan controller first. The interface will not work correctly if you don t select interface 4 first. Then it allows selection of the first monitor...FAN CONTROL: NO FAN SPEED CONTROL on the interface for Floe Riing RGB drop down selection. It is only available in the Riing-Plus selection from the drop-down menus of the monitors which shouldn't work since this is the Floe dual riing RGB - not the Riing-Plus..Guess what? That can only be selected on monitors down lists NOT related to where the actual pump is plugged into the CPU position - monitor 1, The software balks with an error in red text stating no connected device if you change the pump/cpu monitor to anything but what it actually is. The rest of the monitors apparently do not care if some other hardware is selected instead. Crazy stuff yeah?TEXT SIZE: None of the text on a UHD monitor is legible unless face planting the screen, or in my case using magnifying glasses, remember, The GUI is not resizable - but whatever is done to Windows resizing is mostly mirrored INSIDE the GUI frame so stuff gets cut off and overlaps. Truly I should not have to resize windows interface and resolution, etc. to make the interface usable, but if they require it of the user, then the GUI should expand to fit the required changes.TWEAKING RESULTS: After all of the playing around and reinstalling, and playing around more, I finally managed to control the temperature better. Now I span temps in C from about 35C to 65C depending on the load.BEFORE TWEAKING: the temperature spanned from 45C to 71C. Under a sustained load it grew roots at 71C.THE LIGHTS: are nice on the radiator and the noise level is lower than the tower air cooler I used on my old AMD FX-8350 Black processor.THE PUMP: Yet another big issue is the pump speed. As beautiful as it is with the RGD-LED factor, the pump speed/rpm is NOT controllable through the software or anywhere else. There is no real time data on how the pump is performing - not even rpm. I suppose they need that pump speed to stay static to fully disperse water against the fins of the water block? At a minimum, builders need to know if the rpm on the pump is correct.INITIAL ROUND-UP :>Does it keep the system running? Yes of course.Is it where I think it should be for that much money? Hell no.The software needs a total rework by someone who cares about control interfaces.The LED's need better flow control within the factory set patterns.The controls need to be fully legible on a UHD screen.There is a continuous disconnect between manufacturers for the AORUS LED controls.Even GIGABYTE apps have disconnects between their own control software. Some apps don't work on the new X399 chip-sets, even though they have advertised their app control center as compatible.ASUSs AORUS controls are not compatible with any builders except those that are in partnership with them.THE END RESULTS: I don t feel like I won the battle. I like the hardware - truly. But there is no warm and fuzzy feeling for those who adopt early. There is still much wrong with the software control from Thermaltake that I have not even touched on, such as memory loss, glitchy selection processes, and support. Thermaltake and others are already getting ready to release (or are they already released?) new AIO cooling systems so watch for those and wait to adopt if you can..I cannot wholly support this cooler because of the initial cooling control disconnect between hardware and the software interface. I have higher expectations for that much time and money invested. 1Love the product, two replacements so far that leak. Update if third does not. So don't get me wrong, I love this AIO. The colors are great and the setup wasn't difficult at all.The first one I received was packaged horribly, box was twice the size of the cooler, which resulted in half the box being crushed and stamped as received damaged. Opened the box and to my dismay, right where the hoses connect to the CPU block, leaking right at the seals. Ordered my replacement, packaging is fine. Installed and everything seems to finally be alright, after noticing however the pump making constant swishing sounds. I decided to inspect the AIO and noticed that once again there is a leak, but this time at the radiator where the hoses connect.My entire build is focused on this AIO, I have the Thermaltake P5 with the AIO brackets. Without this AIO the case would look completely empty.My 3rd replacement should be here on my birthday, November 4th.Since there isn't many reviews yet, and most people seem to be happy. I gave this a chance, I can only hope that I'm just having some bad luck.Crossing fingers that 3rd times a charm, and the AIO will not leak.Advertised as a completely closed system, I assumed that this would be a great alternative to water cooling. As well as a safe alternative.Even if this one doesn't leak, I have now considered doing away with this case and using an air cooler.2500 dollars is way too much to spend on a build, to have it ruined by a product that is not reliable.I will however change my review to 5 stars and give an update once my return has arrived without any issues.Update - Keeping my promise and updating to five stars. After receiving my 3rd replacement in the mail, this one hasn t given me any issues at all. Most importantly, no leaks ! I have been using this build for almost a year now and no hiccups at all. This is a great product, and I wouldn t hesitate to use it on another build. 5Nice Try TT, but you didn't pull it off, again *Update (11/2018) for 3 months now TT has fixed the 0 C glitch on the software and now the PWM control can be used on the rad fans, so I will increase my review to 3 stars. I can't say if TT has improved their product packaging (and manual instructions) as I haven't purchased another one of these rads so I can't update my review based on that, but the software has significantly improved.________________________________________Original reviewI think TT managed to perform a descent upgrade over the previous generation of CPU coolers (Water 3.0 Riing) and they certainly listened to consumers suggestions regarding the design. However, this unit is unfortunately plagued with critical hardware/software issues. Here I go:(1) Some spots in the radiator fins arrived with partial dents that luckily didn't go through the entire rad. Upon unpacking the rad, I noticed that some other packaged components (the usb hub and some cables) were contacting those bent spots so it was clearly poor packaging management.(2) The build materials of the rad and hosing doesn't feel as sturdy and premium compared to Corsair's and NZXT's comparatively priced models (i.e. Kraken)(3) Instructions regarding the connection of the fans (including the water block) to the usb hub were lacking and confusing, with mere pictograms and no verbal description given in a very short manual. For example, there were 2 cables coming out of the water block, one 3-pin connector (obviously the 3-pin water pump (non variable speed pump) that can go into any 3 or 4 pin fan header in the mobo (I put it in CPU_fan) and another one with connections similar to the rad fans but the manual didn't mention what to do with that cable (does it go to the motherboard USB, the hub?). BTW, if you connect that multiple-pin cable to the motherboard, it will destroy the RGB lights in the water block! It must be connected to the provided hub, along with all 3 rad fans.(4) Upon starting the software, I get a temperature reading of 0 Celsius in the only sensor that the software is reading. No one part of the motherboard or chasis, not even the liquid coolant inside the pump, will ever be at 0 C so it's clearly a software glitch. Therefore, I have to turn off PWM regulation of the 3 rad fans and use manual RPM % values for the rad fans! That's just unacceptable for a 2017 product at this price point.The worst part is that you can't plug in the 3 rad fans to motherboard fan headers since they are NOT 4 pin PWM fan connectors (they are proprietary 5 or 9 pin connectors) so you're forced to use the proprietary adapter/hub that comes with the set.Overall, not very pleased at all with this product and would definitely not recommend it to anyone. You're better off with Corsair, NZXT or other brand. If I hadn't spent so much time building my new gaming rig I'd definetly return these and get some other brand but I'll just keep them bc I don't have the time. 3
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