• Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
  • Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A
Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A

Thermaltake 120mm Pure 12 Series Red LED Quiet High Airflow Case Fan CL-F019-PL12RE-A

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  • Air flow - 40.997 CFM. Noise level - 19.5 decibels
  • Pure 12 LED fan is designed to cool silently, so user can keep his mind focused on the task at hand without bothering
  • 9 fan blades create a torrent of air without creating excess noise
  • Long-life bearing offers better reliability and extends life span
  • Easy to install
  • Ideal for the PC case, power supply and CPU heat sink

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Alexa skill Geolocked! Be warned!If you're an international buyer and want to use as part of Alexa be warned that the skill is only available for USA Alexa accounts. I've no idea why this skill is gridlocked as its clearly not rebroadcasting radio or music or other copyright material.You will have to migrate your Alexa account from your home country to a USA account. This is painful as you will need to re discover all your third party devices, set up your groups, skills and routines again.Thanks for making it so easy Thermaltake. :(Update:So, i've gone through the PAIN of migrating everything to a USA Amazon account to discover that the Skill is rubbish. The biggest problem with the Skill is that it will NOT allow you to "discover" devices and put them in a device group. I REALLY wanted to have all the lights in my gaming room, including the PC fans, to change to the colour of my choosing with one command but, sadly, this is simply not possible as you can't put them in an Alexa group.Also, as I migrated to a USA Amazon account I lost access to Amazon Music as it requires a USA CC and address. 3Fans are great, controller software is terribleI really like the fans, but the software is so horrible I'm giving it just one star. I may change that if they fix the problems. The biggest thing is the popup warning you get if you don't specifically turn off the unused ports. That's easy enough to fix - assuming you only do that for one profile. Apparently you have to turn off the unused ports for EACH PROFILE, otherwise you get stuck in an endless loop of popup warnings and the program WILL NOT OPEN to allow you to fix the problem. Also, not all the fans may get oriented the same way when you install them - it would be nice to have an easy way to rotate the color profiles to have each fan match, instead of having to change all 12 LEDs manually.I tried to fix the issue by going in through the app on my phone, but that didn't work. It will switch between profiles, but it will not address the individual fans nor save profiles. Maybe it will if the popups will stop, but at this point it's not happening.(UPDATE) After uninstalling, rebooting, and reinstalling, I finally got the software working. Upgraded to 3 stars. If there is a decent fix for the software I might consider going higher.(UPDATE 2 - 12/29/18)Oh my goodness. I don't know what they are doing at ThermalTake, but fan controller software doesn't seem like it would be that difficult. TT RGB Plus versions 1.2.52 and 53 don't work at all. They just hang and don't do anything. Apparently there is a compatibility issue between the software and ASUS AMD platforms. Looking for alternate controllers.(UPDATE THE THIRD) I'm going to leave the rating where it is because the software has been making my system crash. After uninstalling everything is running fine. I did break down and order another ThermalTake product to get things working again. It was the controller that lets you use the fans with ASUS Aura Sync, thus getting rid of the TT RGB program. So far, that has been working flawlessly. 2High Quality FanI was impressed by the quality of this fan. It's not just "quiet"; it doesn't make any sound at all.The airflow is excellent. It replaced a CoolerMaster fan that developed a wobbly bearing after less than 1 year of use. I no longer sit at my computer and wonder, "What's that noise? Is a disk drive failing?"Unfortunately, however, I could not use this fan for the front intake opening because it is too thick. It's 30mm, whereas I need a 20mm fan for that position. So I use this Thermaltake Pure 20 for the ceiling exhaust in my computer case. I wish that Thermaltake would make a version of this fan that's 20mm thick so I could use it in both positions.FYI, design note: In your computer case, Use the fan with the most CFM airflow in the exhaust position (usually the ceiling), and lower CFM fan(s) for intake. Also tape or stuff any holes that serve no purpose. This way the fans don't fight with each other, and you get less dust buildup.The Thermaltake fan is powerful enough to allow you to filter the incoming air with a thin duct filter too (but clean it often). 5Pictures don't do these justiceI'll start by saying I'm a Razer fan and been wanting the Thermaltake Riing Trios for a while now, but they NEVER go on sale. I've had them on my wish list for 7 months now. The reason I want thermaltake is because they sync with Razer Synapse 3. These Pure Plus syce with Razer and they look great. When I'm playing games like Apex Legends all the lights from my Razer peripherals and now Thermaltake fans sync up together. I also have the Lian Like O11 Dynamic Razer Edition case and Pacific Lumi light strips, which sync with Razer Synapse as well.The noise isn't noticable at all to me, but when I'm playing games my headset is on, so I wouldn't hear it anyway.As for Thermaltake's software, I don't have any problems with it. It controls my lighting effects when I don't have it synced to razer and allows me to choose a few fan speeds. Yes it could look better, but it gets the job done. 5it's quiet the light is not so bright as to be obnoxious but puts out a good glow. I also liked the plug included for ...not using for a computer case so this review is a bit different. I used this to make a vapor trap for a saudering station. it's quiet the light is not so bright as to be obnoxious but puts out a good glow. I also liked the plug included for conversion to molex (4 pin) power I used it to make my splice so I could keep the fan cable in good shape. Note this fan will only work with a 12v supply. Initially I planned on running it on a usb port but the voltage was not high enough to turn the fan. 5Fourth, I've had, and the bestMy case is missing a strip of plastic near the top, and it's so old I'd probably never find a replacement. As a result, I've had "issues" with the top fan, it being so large. This is the fourth one I've had. The first three didn't have good shielding, would never sit quite straight, and eventually the fan blades would catch and start beating on the side until it locked up and died. This latest version of the Thermaltake fan, cannot get stuck as they changed the way it is housed. It took a bit of figuring out, to get it mounted, but once I did, it was rock solid. And is silent. Between that and the water-cooling, my computer is running at a steady 29 degrees C despite the fact that it is a gaming rig with I-7 processor, 16 gigs of RAM, and an Nvidia 1070 video card. 5Looks good and works well, if you work at it I am reluctant to write this review as my last one was rejected, and nobody seems interested in telling me why. Fingers crossed, here goes.I don't particularly care about RGB, but it seems those parts now cost about the same as non RGB parts, and what the heck, my case has a glass panel anyway. For the most part, I love these fans, but I hated them for the first four hours. It's important for me to be able to turn off the lights, and at first I couldn't do that. I feel the instructions are a little confusing for a first time PC builder. I got them working as advertised, but it took as long as my entire computer build (about an afternoon). I watched videos, I read articles, I tried all kinds of things. Apparently, I'm not the only one that had problems. I tried to get on the Thermaltake forum for help. I jumped through all the hoops, then despite trying 3 times each with 2 email accounts, I could never receive their confirmation link.Finally I decided to pull everything and send it back, and that's when it occurred to me to review step number 4 in the instructions. It says to connect the USB cable to the controller and motherboard. Well it comes with 2 possible cables for this. Both are micro (or mini?) USB. The one I wanted to use is about 8 inches long, and plugs perfectly into the RGB control on my motherboard. Seems appropriate, right? Wrong. I needed to use the splitter cord that's about 20 feet long, and plug it into a USB port on the motherboard. Step 6 says that if I want to connect 2 or more controllers, I use the splitter (or bridge) cable. Well I have one controller, so I hope you see how this might be a little confusing.At least for my build, which I consider pretty typical, there is way too much cord, and I'm having difficulty finding places to stuff it in to. I don't exactly want to complain about this, because too much cord is better than not enough. I'd have been more than happy to pay an extra $10 to get some sort of shorter cord option. Also, 2 of the pins came out of the power cord housing when I was being very gentle. Still not 100% sure I got them back in correctly.I see people are saying the software is crap. I don't understand. The software is very nice and works just like it's supposed to. The problem is the error code you're likely to see when you first see the software. There are many options for color schemes. I especially like the idea of the color changing depending on the temperature. I don't know yet if this is the temperature of the fans, or the air in the computer case, or what.The fans look nice from either side, but of course they look better from the front (intake position, not exhaust). They're plenty quiet and they're moving more air than the fans that came with the case.5 stars for the pretty colors, software, and fan quality. 1 star for the hassle and the cords. So I guess that's a 3.I'm really trying to help, so please don't ban my review without cause. 3Product not as describeddescription on page is as follows "Thermaltake 200mm Pure 20 Series Black 200x30mm Thick Quiet High Airflow Case Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F015-PL20BL-A" there is no Anti-Vibration Mounting System in packaging. no rubber mounts. Amazon needs to change the description on this product. 1Excellent hardware, terrible softwareThe fans work well and look great the TT RGB software is atrocious to use though. It has awesome features and with the fact you can pair with Razer now some issues have been alleviated. Still though changing fan profiles and lighting ideas are rough. I appreciate the unique voice commands and Alexa compatibility but the software uses an abnormal amount of resources when running in the background and desperately needs a better UI. For now I have purchased the TT Sync adapter so that I can just use Asus Aura which isn t great software either but it s simple and less clunky than TT RGB. 4Great fans for a custom case. These are 1krpm by the way.There are a few mixed opinions on here, so i wanted to weigh in with a fairly experienced point of view. The people who have mentioned the amount of air these push are correct in that 1krpm is a minimum. If you go any slower the fan will likely not even turn smoothly and will make a ton of noise while pushing zero air.So who would want these fans and why? I use these fans for exhaust in places where I know they will be seen. For the exact same money on amazon you can get the "sickleflow" models which are lighted and they are 2k rpm. They have a black frame however and if you want to run them silently you will have to leave them around half power. This means half the led light plus the opaque, black frame takes a lot away. You will not get the effect you want out of those. With these fans I put them in places where 1krpm is enough, and as an added bonus because they are fully transparent and running at max power they glow prodigiously.If it is your first build heed my advice. 2krpm is good for inlet and if you have a controller you shouldn't have any issue finding the right speed for them. Once you've got air coming in then you can use these for exhaust. If you play your cards right you can have a bunch of these running at full speed without a fan speed controller and it will still be whisper quiet plus you will have a really glowey case.Good luck to all you homebrewers and remember that with these fans you do not even need the fan speed controller. They are gonna be running at max power anyways, so think of them as freebies if you don't have anymore room on your controller. 5
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Description
  • Air flow - 40.997 CFM. Noise level - 19.5 decibels
  • Pure 12 LED fan is designed to cool silently, so user can keep his mind focused on the task at hand without bothering
  • 9 fan blades create a torrent of air without creating excess noise
  • Long-life bearing offers better reliability and extends life span
  • Easy to install
  • Ideal for the PC case, power supply and CPU heat sink
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Alexa skill Geolocked! Be warned!If you're an international buyer and want to use as part of Alexa be warned that the skill is only available for USA Alexa accounts. I've no idea why this skill is gridlocked as its clearly not rebroadcasting radio or music or other copyright material.You will have to migrate your Alexa account from your home country to a USA account. This is painful as you will need to re discover all your third party devices, set up your groups, skills and routines again.Thanks for making it so easy Thermaltake. :(Update:So, i've gone through the PAIN of migrating everything to a USA Amazon account to discover that the Skill is rubbish. The biggest problem with the Skill is that it will NOT allow you to "discover" devices and put them in a device group. I REALLY wanted to have all the lights in my gaming room, including the PC fans, to change to the colour of my choosing with one command but, sadly, this is simply not possible as you can't put them in an Alexa group.Also, as I migrated to a USA Amazon account I lost access to Amazon Music as it requires a USA CC and address. 3Fans are great, controller software is terribleI really like the fans, but the software is so horrible I'm giving it just one star. I may change that if they fix the problems. The biggest thing is the popup warning you get if you don't specifically turn off the unused ports. That's easy enough to fix - assuming you only do that for one profile. Apparently you have to turn off the unused ports for EACH PROFILE, otherwise you get stuck in an endless loop of popup warnings and the program WILL NOT OPEN to allow you to fix the problem. Also, not all the fans may get oriented the same way when you install them - it would be nice to have an easy way to rotate the color profiles to have each fan match, instead of having to change all 12 LEDs manually.I tried to fix the issue by going in through the app on my phone, but that didn't work. It will switch between profiles, but it will not address the individual fans nor save profiles. Maybe it will if the popups will stop, but at this point it's not happening.(UPDATE) After uninstalling, rebooting, and reinstalling, I finally got the software working. Upgraded to 3 stars. If there is a decent fix for the software I might consider going higher.(UPDATE 2 - 12/29/18)Oh my goodness. I don't know what they are doing at ThermalTake, but fan controller software doesn't seem like it would be that difficult. TT RGB Plus versions 1.2.52 and 53 don't work at all. They just hang and don't do anything. Apparently there is a compatibility issue between the software and ASUS AMD platforms. Looking for alternate controllers.(UPDATE THE THIRD) I'm going to leave the rating where it is because the software has been making my system crash. After uninstalling everything is running fine. I did break down and order another ThermalTake product to get things working again. It was the controller that lets you use the fans with ASUS Aura Sync, thus getting rid of the TT RGB program. So far, that has been working flawlessly. 2High Quality FanI was impressed by the quality of this fan. It's not just "quiet"; it doesn't make any sound at all.The airflow is excellent. It replaced a CoolerMaster fan that developed a wobbly bearing after less than 1 year of use. I no longer sit at my computer and wonder, "What's that noise? Is a disk drive failing?"Unfortunately, however, I could not use this fan for the front intake opening because it is too thick. It's 30mm, whereas I need a 20mm fan for that position. So I use this Thermaltake Pure 20 for the ceiling exhaust in my computer case. I wish that Thermaltake would make a version of this fan that's 20mm thick so I could use it in both positions.FYI, design note: In your computer case, Use the fan with the most CFM airflow in the exhaust position (usually the ceiling), and lower CFM fan(s) for intake. Also tape or stuff any holes that serve no purpose. This way the fans don't fight with each other, and you get less dust buildup.The Thermaltake fan is powerful enough to allow you to filter the incoming air with a thin duct filter too (but clean it often). 5Pictures don't do these justiceI'll start by saying I'm a Razer fan and been wanting the Thermaltake Riing Trios for a while now, but they NEVER go on sale. I've had them on my wish list for 7 months now. The reason I want thermaltake is because they sync with Razer Synapse 3. These Pure Plus syce with Razer and they look great. When I'm playing games like Apex Legends all the lights from my Razer peripherals and now Thermaltake fans sync up together. I also have the Lian Like O11 Dynamic Razer Edition case and Pacific Lumi light strips, which sync with Razer Synapse as well.The noise isn't noticable at all to me, but when I'm playing games my headset is on, so I wouldn't hear it anyway.As for Thermaltake's software, I don't have any problems with it. It controls my lighting effects when I don't have it synced to razer and allows me to choose a few fan speeds. Yes it could look better, but it gets the job done. 5it's quiet the light is not so bright as to be obnoxious but puts out a good glow. I also liked the plug included for ...not using for a computer case so this review is a bit different. I used this to make a vapor trap for a saudering station. it's quiet the light is not so bright as to be obnoxious but puts out a good glow. I also liked the plug included for conversion to molex (4 pin) power I used it to make my splice so I could keep the fan cable in good shape. Note this fan will only work with a 12v supply. Initially I planned on running it on a usb port but the voltage was not high enough to turn the fan. 5Fourth, I've had, and the bestMy case is missing a strip of plastic near the top, and it's so old I'd probably never find a replacement. As a result, I've had "issues" with the top fan, it being so large. This is the fourth one I've had. The first three didn't have good shielding, would never sit quite straight, and eventually the fan blades would catch and start beating on the side until it locked up and died. This latest version of the Thermaltake fan, cannot get stuck as they changed the way it is housed. It took a bit of figuring out, to get it mounted, but once I did, it was rock solid. And is silent. Between that and the water-cooling, my computer is running at a steady 29 degrees C despite the fact that it is a gaming rig with I-7 processor, 16 gigs of RAM, and an Nvidia 1070 video card. 5Looks good and works well, if you work at it I am reluctant to write this review as my last one was rejected, and nobody seems interested in telling me why. Fingers crossed, here goes.I don't particularly care about RGB, but it seems those parts now cost about the same as non RGB parts, and what the heck, my case has a glass panel anyway. For the most part, I love these fans, but I hated them for the first four hours. It's important for me to be able to turn off the lights, and at first I couldn't do that. I feel the instructions are a little confusing for a first time PC builder. I got them working as advertised, but it took as long as my entire computer build (about an afternoon). I watched videos, I read articles, I tried all kinds of things. Apparently, I'm not the only one that had problems. I tried to get on the Thermaltake forum for help. I jumped through all the hoops, then despite trying 3 times each with 2 email accounts, I could never receive their confirmation link.Finally I decided to pull everything and send it back, and that's when it occurred to me to review step number 4 in the instructions. It says to connect the USB cable to the controller and motherboard. Well it comes with 2 possible cables for this. Both are micro (or mini?) USB. The one I wanted to use is about 8 inches long, and plugs perfectly into the RGB control on my motherboard. Seems appropriate, right? Wrong. I needed to use the splitter cord that's about 20 feet long, and plug it into a USB port on the motherboard. Step 6 says that if I want to connect 2 or more controllers, I use the splitter (or bridge) cable. Well I have one controller, so I hope you see how this might be a little confusing.At least for my build, which I consider pretty typical, there is way too much cord, and I'm having difficulty finding places to stuff it in to. I don't exactly want to complain about this, because too much cord is better than not enough. I'd have been more than happy to pay an extra $10 to get some sort of shorter cord option. Also, 2 of the pins came out of the power cord housing when I was being very gentle. Still not 100% sure I got them back in correctly.I see people are saying the software is crap. I don't understand. The software is very nice and works just like it's supposed to. The problem is the error code you're likely to see when you first see the software. There are many options for color schemes. I especially like the idea of the color changing depending on the temperature. I don't know yet if this is the temperature of the fans, or the air in the computer case, or what.The fans look nice from either side, but of course they look better from the front (intake position, not exhaust). They're plenty quiet and they're moving more air than the fans that came with the case.5 stars for the pretty colors, software, and fan quality. 1 star for the hassle and the cords. So I guess that's a 3.I'm really trying to help, so please don't ban my review without cause. 3Product not as describeddescription on page is as follows "Thermaltake 200mm Pure 20 Series Black 200x30mm Thick Quiet High Airflow Case Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F015-PL20BL-A" there is no Anti-Vibration Mounting System in packaging. no rubber mounts. Amazon needs to change the description on this product. 1Excellent hardware, terrible softwareThe fans work well and look great the TT RGB software is atrocious to use though. It has awesome features and with the fact you can pair with Razer now some issues have been alleviated. Still though changing fan profiles and lighting ideas are rough. I appreciate the unique voice commands and Alexa compatibility but the software uses an abnormal amount of resources when running in the background and desperately needs a better UI. For now I have purchased the TT Sync adapter so that I can just use Asus Aura which isn t great software either but it s simple and less clunky than TT RGB. 4Great fans for a custom case. These are 1krpm by the way.There are a few mixed opinions on here, so i wanted to weigh in with a fairly experienced point of view. The people who have mentioned the amount of air these push are correct in that 1krpm is a minimum. If you go any slower the fan will likely not even turn smoothly and will make a ton of noise while pushing zero air.So who would want these fans and why? I use these fans for exhaust in places where I know they will be seen. For the exact same money on amazon you can get the "sickleflow" models which are lighted and they are 2k rpm. They have a black frame however and if you want to run them silently you will have to leave them around half power. This means half the led light plus the opaque, black frame takes a lot away. You will not get the effect you want out of those. With these fans I put them in places where 1krpm is enough, and as an added bonus because they are fully transparent and running at max power they glow prodigiously.If it is your first build heed my advice. 2krpm is good for inlet and if you have a controller you shouldn't have any issue finding the right speed for them. Once you've got air coming in then you can use these for exhaust. If you play your cards right you can have a bunch of these running at full speed without a fan speed controller and it will still be whisper quiet plus you will have a really glowey case.Good luck to all you homebrewers and remember that with these fans you do not even need the fan speed controller. They are gonna be running at max power anyways, so think of them as freebies if you don't have anymore room on your controller. 5
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