I'm not sure why fans need very long product names, but ThermalTake seems to think there's a good reason to make the product name as long as possible as the company just introduced the "Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition". As the name suggests, this is a high-static pressure fan designed for watercooling radiators and it has 12 RGB LEDs that can be controlled via the ThermalTake software.
These 120mm PWM fans spin at 500 to 1500RPM, with a maximum airflow of 48.34CFM, maximum air pressure of 1.54mm-H2O and a noise level of up to 24.7dBA.
Shipments start in February but ThermalTake is already taking pre-orders for a 3-fan pack for $109.99. It seems these fans will not be sold individually but exclusively in a pack of three with one controller. Very expensive these fans, that's more than the price of a lot of computer cases.
Thermaltake, the leading brand in the PC DIY and CaseMOD market, combines gorgeous LED light with cutting-edge technology to deliver a brand new experience for PC cooling. The Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition is a 120mm high-static pressure fan with a patented 16.8 million colors LED ring and 12 controllable single LEDs. The Riing Plus 12 RGB features compression blades, hydraulic bearing and a digital fan controller which can be controlled through the patented Riing Plus RGB Software. Functions within the software allow users to personalize colors for each LED, and also provide users with numerous lighting schemes, such as Ripple, Wave and RGB Spectrum. The lights can even sync with music by applying Sound Control. Other basic functions are also designed in the software, including Color Palette, LED Brightness, Fan Speeds, PWM Mode, and CPU temperature monitoring. Paint your system with the new Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition! The new Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition 120mm high-static pressure fan is available for pre-order on TT Premium.com, and will be on the market around the beginning of February.