Thermaltake Technology presents its newest cooling fans at the 2022 Thermaltake Expo January virtual exhibit the TOUGHFAN RGB Series and new Riing Trio 12 RGB fans.
TOUGHFAN RGB 12 and TOUGHFAN RGB 14
The TOUGHFAN Series will be getting a touch of RGB lighting with the new TOUGHFAN RGB 12 and TOUGHFAN RGB 14 cooling fans in 120mm and 140mm fan form-factor, respectively. Thermaltake only demoed a prototype of the fans at the virtual expo. The TOUGHFAN RGB 12 and TOUGHFAN RGB 14 will be sporting 24 ARGB LEDs around the fan frame an uncommon RGB design in cooling fans. The TOUGFAN RGB Series fans will have a maximum speed of 2000 RPM.
The Thermaltake TOUGHFAN RGB Series fans can be customized, controlled, and synchronized using the TT RGB PLUS 2.0 software and the NeonMaker Light Editing software. Thermaltake did not mention support for popular motherboard RGB sync technologies as of this writing.
Riing Trio 12 RGB Transform Radiator FanThe Riing Trio 12 RGB is deemed the worlds first cooling fan with three independent RGB LED rings. This fan has the ability to transform with its two detachable fan blades which provides flexibility in fan setup explains Thermaltake. The Riing Trio 12 RGB Transform features 30 addressable LEDs in total (Outer front: 12; Inner front: 6; Outer Back: 12) with great light coverage in uniform colour and brightness. The TT RGB PLUS 2.0 and NeonMaker Light Editing Software can be supported at the same time, and synchronize with other compatible software such as TT AI Voice Control and Amazon Alexa.
Learn more about the new fans and other new products presented at the 2022 Thermaltake Expo January here.