Thermaltake has always been known for their custom cooling loops and spacious chassis. Fairly new to the world of CPU coolers, we have got our hands on Thermaltake’s Floe Riing 360 mm AIO.Will this large radiator and triple fan combination? Will the Floe be able to keep up with Corsair and Coolermaster’s recent AIO coolers? Lets find out.
Packaging & Contents
Straight out of Thermaltakes flashy packaging we find a molded cardboard housing to keep all the hardware and components steady.You can see the obvious attention to detail with every piece wrapped up in cellophane and the fans enclosed in cardboard.The main body of Thermaltakes Floe Riing 360 AIO is quite a sight to look at. The newly designed logo is the first thing to pop out to us. The new design has an RGB logo which is an upgrade to the previous version. You can see a very standard braided tubing with a pump 3 pin and Thermaltakes 9 pin connector coming from the pump.This cooler can support many different socket sizes and types including AMD and Intel which we will touch on later. Also included are a peripheral power connector and a USB Mobo connector for the main RGB box.An addition in this combo is 3 x Riing Plus fans which are among the top of the line for Thermaltakes cooling solution. These fans are rated for 1500 RPM as well as a 25 dBa rating for sound. Were excited to see how these babies will be able to cool our fairly warm processor.Last but not least is the instruction manual. Pictures are always better and more relate-able than words and we found this manual to be very easy to follow. Included is the warranty information as well.