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  1. Riing 120 RGB fan control

    The View 28 RGB Riing edition came with one Riing RGB fan and a controller at the back that runs at constant 12V through molex, but is there a way to run the fan at a lower rpm and keeping the RGB? I saw some packs came with a controller but I can't find any seperate controllers to buy. I'm trying to just lower the rpm as the fan is just a bit too loud. I can't attach them to PWM headers on the motherboard as the fan uses a 5-pin instead of a 3 or 4-pin.
  2. Good Time of the day everyone! I would like to share my own experience of connecting Riing RGB fans together in 1 controller. This guide will divide in two parts: One of them is how to connect 4 fans in 1 controller, using only your hands and pin extractor (or any thin tools like needle). Second part will be about connecting up to 6 fans using same tools as in first case plus 4-pin Molex cable and electric tape (or shrinking tube or soldering iron + tape). A little Preface: Why I decided to divide in two parts? The answer is very simple. MB in most cases provides 12V @1Amp. Usually it will run up to 3 fans at max speed without any drawback (loosing RPM). However in some cases you can connect 4-th and you won't notice any difference. Firstly, (too obvious) power off your PC. (Don't forget that you are doing at your own risk, this is not official Thermaltake guide) We need tool to extract pins from the head. You can use basically anything thin enough to fit a little hole on top of the head. I used this tool: The idea is very simple, we need to extract pins from one head and insert them into another head, so there will be two fans goes into 1 4-pin head. There is enough room to fit 2 wires in 1 head slot. See little holes? Press on them and pull wires. Very simple. Do you see that there is enough space in the socket? We need to insert each extracted wire into proper slot. It would go snug and fit secure. At the end we will get this: Done! Just plug it back to controller and you are good to go! Video to demonstrate: https://youtu.be/jn-x7rH3Pwg Second part! Connecting up to 6 fans. We have to follow same process as before, BUT the big difference is that we need 4-pin molex cable. How it works: 4-pin PWM MB port has 4 pins (oh man, thanks Cap. Obvious!) You can see pinout below: We will utilize power from Molex cable (it's peripheral cable goes directly in PSU) and PWM signal from Motherboard. From the power cable, which goes with fans, you need to extract only two pins +12V and GND .Other 2 leave in the head. Extracted pins you need to connect to molex +12V and GND correspondingly. Here is pinout: Just in case: MOLEX has 2 grounds and it doesn't matter which to connect. What we'll get at the end: Just plug PWM to 4-pin MB fan port and Molex ... to molex, lol. No video yet, but it works If you'll have questions, don't hesitate to ask. Maybe I just forgot to mention something... Cheers!
  3. Recently, Thermaltake announced their new Thermaltake Riing 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium edition with a new digital fan controller and RGB software at Computex. I am curious as to if these new fans and the new controller/software are compatible with the 1st gen Riing 12/14 RGB LED fans? For more info on these new fans see: http://computex2016.thermaltake.com/news_view_th_531_3.html
  4. I recently bought 3 Thermaltake Riing12 RGB fans and have installed them and they work and look great, however I was wondering if there was any way I could sync the RGBs on these fans to the ones on my motherboard header. My motherboard is a Gigabyte Z270 Ultra Gaming and has a 5-pin RGBW header on it, currently using a Phanteks RGB adapter to connect a LEDMO LED strip to my case. I was wondering if there was any way for me to sync the RGB fans to the RGBs on my motherboard, and the ones currently in my case? The RGB controller included with the fans uses a 4-pin fan header, from what I can tell. Would it break anything if I were to try and connect this to the 5-pin RGBW header on my motherboard? Or connect it to the spare end of the Phanteks adapter I have, would either of these work and if not, what would?
  5. So i just added another RGB fan pack to my case for a total of 9 fans overall. 3 x 140 for the case 6 x 120 for the radiator. I used to have all the fans connected to the CPU fan headers but now the case fans are connected to the sysfan2 header which is PWM but for some reason leaves the fans black on wake every time. I swapped out the controllers and did try to use a splitter only for frightening results. My case has a PWM splitter that splits one pwm connection into several three pin connections though this would often leave one set of fan's without power after a short time. Mother board is an MSI z97 Gaming 5, splitter I tried was the included Phanteks splitter for the Luxe Tempered glass (will hunt down better link)
  6. I lost my Riing rgb controller 4pin power cable, can anyone tell where to buy a replacement?
  7. RGB fittings and Riing Fans

    I have RGB fittings (with a controller) and 3 Riing Fans (same controller?). Can I plug all devices into one controller and have them work in sync? The controllers look the same? While the controllers only have 5 pwm ports, the RGB fittings can be daisy chained together, so I can get everything plugged in. Is there a limit to the number of fittings that can be plugged into one of the controller ports? Thanks, Ernest
  8. Good Morning. I was searching the Thermaltake Commander FT user's Manual but i didn't find it. So, if you guys can help me with a simple question about the Fan Controller, I will really appreciate it. The Thermaltake Commander FT can control Turn on-off FAN LED? Thank You for the help and sorry for the english! I'm speak Portuguese.
  9. CONTOUR – Mobile Gaming Controller – The new complete mobile gaming revolution officially MFi certified by Apple, bringing awesome console-style experience to the next level and providing high-quality control to console gamers. With the exceptional design that makes it the absolute precise mobile controller for iPads, iPhones and iPods connects wirelessly via Bluetooth™, CONTOUR allows you to play the way you want play! Easily outclass your opponents with fluid controls and button input across a wide range of games that ensure you’re always gaming at your peak!
  10. Multiple Control with ease Commander F5 – Multi Fan Controller Owner’s Club Multiple Control with ease Commander F5 – Multi fan controller is the ideal device to control and adjust the speed of fan in case. With a honeycombed mesh grilled front panel and smooth moving sliders, cooling performance can be controlled also minimize the noise efficiently. Features with five separate channels with an ample 8W available on each of them, fan speed can be adjusted independently or simultaneously. Commander F5 comes with all necessary cables to connect up to 5 fans with standard 3-Pin or PWM connector. Simply just an empty 5.25” driver bay and you are ready to go. Individual LED indicator Commander F5 provides individual LED indicators with access indication. Independent channel sliders Easily to set up and use, it features 5 separate sliders for absolute airflow control. Comprehensive Control of fan cooling and noise Comprehensive control of fan whilst cooling performance and reduce noise effectively. Easy installation for 5. 25” drive bays Commander F5 fits in a standard 5.2 5” drive bay for easy installation, compact and handy. Compatible with 4-Pin connector fans User can flexibly connect with standard 3-Pin, 4-pin or PWM connector, which enables easy fan speed control via front panel Share your builds with Commander F5 - Multi Fan Controller to be added to the list! For more information: Link Members
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