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  1. Thermaltake this is to you, and I am sure I am not alone in this ask. Please make the software for your fan controllers have a fan curve. I am tired of my PC spooling up and sounding like its going to fly off my desk when my PC briefly hits 60 degrees. I know that there are options to adjust the fan speed in conjunction with the PWM setting but, I don't want to have to create 3 different profiles just for cooling scenarios. I feel that you got so caught up on the RGB portion of the fan you forgot what its main function is...to cool my PC components. I feel that the profiles should be for RGB elements of the fans but there should be separate menu to have the fan curve adjustments with a few presets thrown in the mix (ie. normal, silent, performance, and custom) custom should allow for at least 5 points of adjustment on a simple linear graph chart each point should reflect CPU temp to fan speed and for those of us (me included) have a separate linear graph chart for GPU temps as well. I know it sounds like I am asking a lot but since you have taken the MOBO WPM connections out of the picture fine tuning a cooling preset has become lacking. If you really feel like being over achievers (and I know you do) allow us to put fans into zones 3 is fine more is better but this will allow us to make only the fans that need to spool up while the others remain quiet. A perfect example for this would be if you had a dual or triple radiator setup (I have a dual). Most enthusiast PC builds (don't kid yourself if you paid $100 for 3 fans you are an enthusiast) like mine will have a radiator for their GPU and one for their CPU, so the zones would allow the fans to spool up only on the associated radiator to the component that needs the cooling. This would also help those that have AIO coolers, and standard heat sinks. So I am asking you Thermaltake to please make a change on how you customize these fans and make your software more intuitive. You are asking a premium price for these fans but are not delivering to the premium PC owners. I also ask you, the community to chime in and add anything I missed or just agree so Thermaltake knows that these features are what we want.
  2. I tried install and reinstall for like 20 times the software cannot recognize the fans and causes my system to crash. Can I return it and have my money back? I trusted your brand coz i am using your psu and your case. But your fans are fail. So fail. I even download the mobile software and it also fail. I really don't know what to say. I spend 2 days checking my system and everything and realize it's the fans. The fans and the leds are working but I cannot control the speed and the lighting. Might be a faulty control unit or something.
  3. 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)
  4. So when I got these fans I was hoping to have just a little bit more control over what the leds do. I think for me the only thing missing is the color options for the "flow" mode. Instead of it covering the RGB spectrum why not allow us to choose which colors overlap. I can see that the software is designed only to select the colors of the individual leds, but why not add a "color/order" mode in addition to just the color selection, similar to how NZXT does their software (sorry for bringing up the competition). HOPE SOMEONE SEES THIS.
  5. I bought 6 TT Riing Plus 12 LED RGB fans and installed them in my new system and have 3 each on each digital controller. They are spinning and lighting up, but in the software(V1.0.2 and 2.1.2) they are not detected. I can't select a Hub number in the upper left corner. The fans are shown as 0 rpm and I cant change the color either The internal USB 2.0 header works fine with everything else i connect to it. The motherboard I use is the Gigabyte Z170X gaming 5. Does anyone have an idea why this is? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  6. 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!
  7. I lost my Riing rgb controller 4pin power cable, can anyone tell where to buy a replacement?
  8. Hello im Anyone Mod Monkey, this is my first mod on this community. I want to present this project, Overwatch X71, below the render as you can see the theme of this mod is the last game of blizzard on core x71. changes I'm going to perform are: custom loop, new paint, new front, light box, aluminum logos, lcd with pc statistics, custom tank, and more.. all arrived, soon new updates! Thanks! See you soon.
  9. Greeting to all Smart Pro RGB owners: Welcome to the Smart Pro RGB Bronze Owners Club. Once again you have made the right decision...and we thank you for that. Smart Pro RGB Bronze series is our first fully modular bronze power supply alone with the best features and most affordable price ever. Welcome to share your builts and ask questions here, we are looking forward to see all amazing works around the world.
  10. Hi All, I've been thinking of picking up some RGB fans for my watercooling setup. Before I buy something, I always do my homework. Previously, I was thinking of getting NZXT AER RGB's, They are also about 30$ a pop, but their RGB light ring would be facing the rad(and defeat the purpose of RGB) if I did push-pull. I happened on TT's Riing line, but their product line is confusing and all over the place. So I dove in and tried to make sense of the situation. Please feel free to correct me if I have any details incorrect. Here is a summary of my findings so far. There are three lines of RGB fans: Riing RGB(12cm/14cm), Ring Premium RGB (12cm/14cm) and Ring Plus Premium RGB (12cm only). All are advertised as high static pressure and suitable for radiator use. The software for the Riing Premium and Riing Plus seems to suck pretty badly compared to other vendors. Note: Do not beleive Tt's pictures of the Riing RGB and Riing Premium RGB fan pictures. These fans CANNOT show more than one color on a fan at one time!! This feature is only available on the Riing Plus. macst34 Riing RGB: - Central Light guide which shows leds from both sides of the fan (as opposed to AER) - Individual Leds are NOT addressable, so one fan can only show one color for all LEDs at one time. - fans use proprietary 5 pin connector to hub - Simple 3 button controller hub (3 fans per hub) ; can daisy chain controller hubs. Riing RGB premium - Central Light guide - Individual Leds are NOT addressable, so one fan can only show one color for all LEDs at one time. - fans use proprietary 5 pin connector to hub; Fan motor seems to be the same as Ring RGB fans - USB controller hub / no buttons software control only (3 fans per hub) ; can daisy chain controller hubs. - uses "Ring RGB Tt Premium Edition" software, current version 2.1.2 - *seems the software hub and fan fin profile are the major differences compared to the Riing RGB line. Riing Plus RGB premium - Central Light guide - Individual Leds are addressable, the fan can show different colors LEDs at same time on a single fan. - proprietary 9 pin connector to hub - USB controller (different from Riing RGB premium) - uses "Ring Plus RGB Tt Premium Edition" software, current version 1.0.2 - no 14cm size. Specifications: Riing RGB** ------ (size) / (SKU)* / (fan model number) / (max pressure) / (max airflow) / (# fins) 12cm / CL-F042-PL12SW / A1225L12S / 2.01 mm-H2O / 40.60 CFM / 26.4 dB / 7 fins 14cm / CL-F043-PL14SW / A1425L12S / 1.58 mm-H2O / 51.15 CFM / 28.1 dB / 7 fins ------ Riing RGB Premium*** ------ 12cm / CL-F049-PL12SW / A1225L12S / 1.11 mm-H2O / 48.79 CFM / 24.8 dB / 11 fins 14cm / CL-F051-PL14SW / A1425L12S / 1.38 mm-H2O / 73.91 CFM / 29.4 dB / 11 fins ------ Riing plus RGB Premium**** ------ 12cm / CL-F053-PL12SW / A1225S12S / 1.54 mm-H2O / 48.34 CFM / 24.7 dB / 9 fins 14cm / unreleased? ------ *SKUs with -A include hub. SKU-B do not include a hub. references: **http://www.thermaltake.com/microsite/Riing12RGB/spec.html **http://www.thermaltake.com/microsite/Riing14RGB/spec.html ***http://www.thermaltake.com/MICROSITE/Riing12RGBRadiatorFanTTPremiumEdition/spec.html ***http://www.thermaltake.com/MICROSITE/Riing14RGBRadiatorFanTTPremiumEdition/spec.html ****http://www.thermaltake.com/Case_Fan/Case_Fan_/Riing/C_00003016/Riing_Plus_12_RGB_Radiator_Fan_TT_Premium_Edition_3_Fan_Pack_/Specification.htm
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  12. Who's here's excited for our new Poseidon Z RGB mechanical keyboard! It's coming out soon and features 16.8 million RGB colours through each individual keycap LED. In addition - models will be available with both a Tt Blue Switch and Tt Brown Switch, and are fully backed by our World First 5 Year Warranty on a mechanical keyboard. I know I'll be getting one! Which switch type with you be getting and why? For more information: http://www.ttesports.com/Keyboard/201/POSEIDON_Z_RGB_Brown_Switch_Edition_/productPage.htm?a=a&g=ftr#.V58MqPl96M8
  13. Hi Community! I've recently bought the ThermalTake Poseidon Z RGB (Cherry Brown) and I had installed the software and set it up perfectly on my Windows 8 Pro machine. I had tested all lighting functions within the Effect Control section of the software (Fully Lighted, Reactive, Arrow Flow, Wave and Ripple) which worked beautifully. Although from what it seems now, after updating to Windows 10, the lighting on the keyboard is either non-existent or seems like it's got a mind of its own. >> Here's a quick summary of issues: - There are no longer any proper full colours displaying (Red, Blue, Green, Yellow etc) - it's all very light colours depending on the effect control set - The programming behind setting a Effect Control function seems to apply, but the lighting is complete screwed. Eg: Certain areas of the keyboard light up, some appear randomly and are also inconsistent. Like stated above, a mind of its own - The key that disables the Windows key (Button above the keypad - 2 arrows) makes the keyboard light up crazily. The light display outcome is always different. When pressed, a lot of times the light will display around the keypad area - I had to plug and unplug my keyboard multiple times for it to even detect on the pc - The second time I had updated the firmware to 36 from 30, the lights aren't even displaying at all when changing Effect Controls. I've manually reset it a few times, still to no avail. >> Further Testing: - After testing thoroughly for another 30 minutes, I've managed to somehow not display any colours at all on the keyboard no matter what Effect Control function I select. Resetting it brings the keyboard back to Red, but after choosing an effect, all colours disappear. Also refer to my 'Settings' attachments to see how it looks like. >> What's been done that didn't resolve the issue: - Re-installing the software several times, updating firmware etc - Fn+Esc hardly works, I have to manually click the Refresh button within the software to no avail - Removing the keyboard device and trying different USB ports I have a 40 second clip which shows the incorrect colours but is too big to attach. If you require it, please let me know the best way I can display it accordingly. Thanks. - Wilfred.
  14. Dear forum, it is my first entry here, so please dont blame me for any mistakes i make So, first of all, i own an NZXT S340 and i am planning to use the riing RGB fans as an intake. I am looking at buyng the 3-pack, because then i could mount two as an intake and i would have one spare fan left. So, if i want to put it on my CPU-heatsink, i would have to connect it to the splitter that is included, but then i couldnt control my CPU-fan individually, but if i connected it to the MB, i could change the speed without a problem, but how would the lighting react? Would there even be any light? I really dont wanna buy 3 individual fans / 3 pack +1 fan because it would be 20€ more expensive just to have one more small controller... Thanks for any help! Have a nice day ~ CheeZe
  15. I Just built this, and I'm building 2 more. This one scored 12880 on Time Spy. 99% on all Passmark, and Futuremark test. I have red opaque coolant, for it and of course the acrylic cover. Just don't want to open the coolant, and remove the protective covering from the acrylic prior to shipping to the buyer. There are videos on you tube. Here is a link that shows off the RGB's in the dark. <iframe width="854" height="480" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/1BQvNYfvx-c"frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> <iframe width="854" height="480" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/WHIkSS9Da_M"frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> I know the videos aren't great but they serve the purpose. Please tell me what you think of the build though.
  16. So I was at my local Best Buy yesterday, and picked up a Poseidon Z RGB with blue switches. I got home, unboxed it, plugged it into my Mac, and everything worked great. There was some glitches with key rollover on while connected to the Mac, so I just left it off. Then I connected it to my PC, and downloaded Thermaltake's software. It prompted to do a firmware update to version 22, which I did, and everything seemed to be working fine. Today, I plugged it back into my Mac, and... Nothing. It doesn't illuminate, and no keypresses are registered. I went to "Change Keyboard Type" in System Preferences, and the wizard did not recognize any keypresses. I tried with several other Macs, rebooting, and still - nothing. Deleted the plist file for keyboard settings too. It works great while connected to a PC, but not at all while connected to a Mac. I re-flashed the firmware again, and it still does not work on Mac - it was working great before the firmware update (I believe it had version 11 originally though I'm not completely sure). Any suggestions? I really like the keyboard and don't want to return it, but I can't have a PC-only compatible keyboard, especially if it was working out of the box, then the firmware update took away that functionality. Thanks!
  17. i recently got these fans. the software is a joke. it doesnt even have a "open minimized/hidden button". you guys really screwed us over with the "premium" fans. when bought them i was under the impression they were the same as the "dumb" rgb fans, as in the controller had the buttons and it can plug directly to a pwm port. but instead i get a really dumbed down hardware controller that connects to the motherboard via usb2 header. this means that in a few years these fans will be useless when there arent any usb2 headers on motherboards any more and i wont be able to use it "normally". there is no reason any more for the controller to do ANYTHING other than pass the correct settings from the api to the correct fan. some suggestions: make an api for the fans. something like: (and please let it be able to be done from cmd prompt etc, added bonus will be cross system compatibility not just windows if the api and software front end are coded in a universal language) ttprem -color <red>,<green>,<blue> -brightness <brightness 0-100> -speed <set speed number 1 -100> ttprem -color cycle -brightness 100 -speed pwm ttprem <controller number>:<fan number> -color cycle ttprem 1:1,2,3 2:2,3 -color cycle (controller 1 all 3 fans, controller 2 only fans 2 and 3) ttprem.exe -color <r,g,b> -brightness <0-100> -speed <0-100> -duration <seconds> (added duration, how long it must take from last settings to new settings) this could allow for some pretty neet setups. everything from rainmeter events to bat files to the fans being able to be changed based on other "measures" the software you ship with purely interacts with the api. all the fans need to be shown. no needing to jump between controllers. the software must handle it all seamlessly. define groups of fans. can be a mix and match from different controllers. a fan can be a part of more than 1 group. settings can be applied to individual groups. no limit on how many groups you want allow the pwm feature to listen to other measures like GPU / hard drive / case temp with custom sliders. when "measure value = 50" then "fan speed = 60%" etc (custom curve). you guys use HWinfo in anycase. should be easy to program (imagine having a fan blink like a hard drive notification light, or fans changing colour based on an open app). i'll add more if i think about them
  18. Hello everyone, I've just finished my latest project of fixing the old Thermaltake Riing RGB Fans, because I was quite unsatisfied with them out of the box, not remembering the color settings. So I have decided to create an software controlled solution for them using basic components, which were quite cheap. If you want to see how it looks, check out this Video, where I have started and stopped the controlling software, loading the settings from the config file: YouTube Video Note: I am not responsible for breaking any of your parts if you try to rebuild this neither for guranteeing its going to work. This is a quite uncomplete Guide at the Moment and will get expanded if there is an demand. To fix that I've got an GPIO Breakout by Adafruit for USB and attached the Riing RGB Controllers to it using the Extension Port using these JST Cables from Ebay. I was pretty quick at reverse engineering their protocol, which isn't more than applying voltage to trigger a button press, in the case the state LOW on the GPIOs. If you get the exact same cables, then the wiring is the following: White Wire - Mode Switch Red Wire - Start/Stop Switch Black Wire - Speed Switch Hooking them up to the GPIO Breakout is quite easy, but the C3 pin didnt work well for me on my 4th Controller, as it seemed to be LOW from the start. On the software side I have used the python libraries by Adafruit for making an simple wrapper for triggering the buttons by pin id. I have coded an NodeJS Service for controlling the Colors after that, which is quite basic at the moment and doesn't features an user interface yet. The settings are stored in a config file and loaded on boot and stored on shutdown/reboot. If you are interested in obtaining the software, feel free to drop me an PM and I will give you instructions on how to install it. spyfly
  19. Hello my Fellow TT Army: Welcome to the Toughpower Grand RGB Gold Owners Club. Once again you have made the right decision...and we thank you for that. Toughpower Grand series is one of our best series so far and this ATX PSU contain all the best features and most affordable price ever. Welcome to share your builts and ask questions here, we are looking forward to see all amazing works around the world.
  20. Hi Guys, Apologies if I have done something wrong or posting in the incorrect place, Im struggling to find any information about how to remove the front panel off my chassis as I want to install the fans and need to screw them in from the front from what I can see
  21. This is the place for all our fans and friends with the POSEIDON Z RGB to share their customize lighting profiles! You can customize your special lighting profiles and share it here! You just have to save the profiles from the software and post the files here for everyone to download! We will also be sharing some of the lighting profiles we have customized! Let's start and share the amazing colors! HERE'S MY LIGHTING PROFILES: CLICK HERE! You can share yours at the comments below!
  22. 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
  23. Hello Everyone New to the Forums! Been Building systems for 19 years now and I Decided to build A Thermaltake Build My Myself and My Computer Repair Shop. I was so excited to get started forgot to take pictures in the very beginning . Couldn't decide on one standard color so decided to take advantage of RGB options. So that's what I did. But Stuck With Red Meets Blue concept (AMD + Intel). Cpu type - Intel Core i7 4790K Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-z97MX Gaming 5 System Ram - 16 GB 2x8 DDR3 Corsair Vengeance 2400MHz Video (GPU) - Asus Matrix-R9280X-P-3GD5 Drive #1 - Samsung SSD 840 Pro (240GB) Drive #2 - Samsung SSD 850 Evo (500GB) Drive #3 - WD Black 2TB Cooler - Thermaltake Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360 Fans - Riing Triple 120mm RGB LED Fan kit/Fan Controller x2 Rear Fan - Corsair ML140 Pro LED Magnetic Levitation Fan Front Fans - Bitfenix Spectre Pro LED 140mm x2 Power Supply - Thermaltake Tough Power 850w Gold Still Waiting on Y-Connector Cables for the Fan controllers! Wants to thank Donny on Tech Support for Thermaltake for answering my questions I had during my Build! Great jobs and Thank you! Ok now for the pics! I Plan on doing full Liquid Cooling on this case but I'll do next year! Ok I don't know why my pics are all upside down and not right but hopefully this can be fixed?
  24. 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
  25. Hello! I am planning to buy the Posiedon Z rgb keyboard. It has everything I need, but I have one question. I'm a programmer and would love to be able to code my own lighting profiles, is that possible? I took a look at the .prof files and the binary is really difficult to decode. The software is very cool but I want to be able to do extremely advanced and interactive lighting profiles. If such a feature is available it would be the perfect keyboard. If anyone was able to find a way to edit the .prof files or maybe link the keyboard to visual studio please let me know -Ron