Thermaltake Water 3.0 Riing RGB 240 AIO Cooler Review
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
A Closer Look
The radiator is pretty much what you would expect, with a 240mm mounting, and support for 2 x 120mm fans on each side, with one pair of fans included in the box. There’s a small reservoir section on the ends, but overall, fairly standard stuff.
The radiator is nice and slim, which should improve compatibility with a wide range of chassis, as will the extra long and very flexible hoses, which will make it super easy to get it mounted in your system.
The hoses are fitted nice and secure and come with a durable braiding that will help keep them free from damage.
The mounts on the pump end have pivots that help you change the angle of the tubing, and this definitely make it easier to install in your system.
The pump and CPU block feel pretty durable, and with a large copper base plate, you’re certainly to get a good fit over any CPU. There’s some pre-applied thermal paste, which is great for those looking for a quick install, but we’ll be cleaning that off and using our usual testing paste.