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Thermaltake - Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360 40.6 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

( 4.2 Average / 5 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Model

Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360

Part #

CL-W108-PL12SW-A

Supported Sockets

AM2
AM2+
AM3
AM3+
AM4
FM1
FM2
FM2+
LGA1150
LGA1151
LGA1155
LGA1156
LGA1366
LGA2011
LGA2011-3
LGA2066
TR4

Liquid Cooled

Yes

Radiator Size

360mm

Noise Level

26.4 dB

Fan RPM

800 - 1500 RPM

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Prices

Merchant Base Promo Shipping Tax Availability Total
Custompc €249.90 In stock €249.90+

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Reviews

sean.planche 13 points 30 months ago

First off I love how quiet these bad boys are. The RGB lighting looks amazing and I'm really happy with my choice in CPU cooler.

Can use the controller easily and is very straight forward.

Teldarian 33 points 21 months ago
from completed build Teldarian's i9 1080ti sli

So I'm new to liquid cooling in general. If you look at my parts list, you can understand that I'm not going to risk blowing up my processor or dousing it in a shower of liquid, so I figured I would get an AIO, BFD solution. Performance wise I would give it 4..5 stars, it keeps the unit extremely cool (around 29C idle) and playing most games I sit in the 30's. That said, I really don't think the ramp-up curve in speed is appropriate, it either sounds dead silent or like a plane is taking off. Truthfully, the largest mark against the product is the instruction manual. Google Thermaltake Water 3.0 RIING 360 and you'll see a ton of people complaining about the same thing. I spent a long while trying to figure the thing out, and had to hold my breath while I turned on my computer.

Spoiler alert: It takes power from the motherboard. TL;DR: A solid pick for a solution, the provided manual is terrible, online support isn't much help, and for something that should be a balance of ease to install with performance I found it annoyingly vague and ambiguous. It is a pretty cooler and the LED's are very well done, but between cable texture, ambiguous instructions, and poor choices of fan speed, I think they could do better.

aorick 7 points 19 months ago
from completed build My first multi media/gaming beast

Stock fans are a bit noisy. Throw on some noctua fans and presto. Arguably the best AIO solution. Great for keeping OC'd chip temps down.

thecianinator 26 points 9 months ago
from completed build Office PC

This thing is massive overkill for the CPUs it's compatible with but those lights sure are pretty, also it comes with its own RGB controller so that's nice. The mounting bracket also has a very neat trick of being able to mount diagonally in small increments - I have mine slightly crooked so the hoses can reach around the inconveniently positioned RAM on my motherboard, and around the corner of my egregiously opulent and impractical case. It's only mildly strained. Also, I can hear the water gurgle in it sometimes.