• Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
  • Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
  • Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
  • Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
  • Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
  • Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
  • Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
  • Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White
Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White

Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14WT-A White

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  • Great Thermal Image Test Result: Compared to the standard case fan, the combination of three Ring radiator fans and RL360 radiator delivers 40% better cooling performance. (Inlet and outlet temp. are 49 and 44.5 in respective, T= 4.5). Air flow - 51.15 CFM. Noise level - 24.1 decibels
  • Concentrated Compression Blade: Custom designed for high-static pressure requirements of demanding applications like radiators, the CCB is engineered to focus the inner circle of air outwards, allowing the outer section to pressurize and compress.
  • Wind Blocker Frame: To achieve maximum static pressure in all applications, this reduces the blade's noise and vibration, creating a perfect balance between power and sound by creating a compression effect and blocking any pressure from escaping.
  • 3 years warranty.

Customer Reviews

its so soPurchased this to replace a Corsair SP120 as my thermaltake case came with all ring style 140 fans but my Hybrid gpu has a 120 AIO attached. My fans are RGB but choose red as my theme and could not find a compatible 120 rgb ring.The Corsair SP120 has a db rating of 26 with a 1400 +/- 10% rpm and moves 52 CFMthis thermaltake has a db rating of 24.6 with a 1500 rpm but only moves 40 CFMOnce inside the case u cannot tell the difference between 1.5db of noise however the Corsair moves about 25% more air at the roughly the same RPMs and sound level. Based on the actualy specs of the fan its hard to recommend a fan that doesnt compete. However i purchased for aesthetic reasons as buying just one $12 fan was a way more cost effect option then having to redo my entire case with the corsairs3No vibration on all metal top of caseI have a Thermaltake plain black case that is all metal and my old top exhaust fan (just a cheap up here) was rattling pretty bad and driving me crazy. I ended up getting this solely for the anti vibration feature and it being about half the price of a noctua. Anyway it's working great absolutely no vibration and no rattling noise, the fan itself does seem to be faster so I do hear that a bit more but it's not bad and not nearly as bas as my old rattling noise.It came with a few cables the main 4 pin connected to it a 3 to 4 pin and one you can connect to the power supply so that's nice. I would say my only complaint is not having a no light option I don't care about lights and really would just rather not have them, I ended up getting the blue and it is a inoffensive enough color kind of dim looks good so it ended up ok.5Beautiful, high quality fan.I wanted to upgrade the aesthetics of my 600T since I managed to get my hands on an acrylic side panel for it. I'd seen some ring LED fans before and thought they looked awesome, so I went looking to see what there was. I actually nought two brands: This for my PC and Aigo Halo fans for another PC.Both are nice fans. The Aigos have a thicker halo which is also a bit brighter and have semi-transparent blades. This Riing fan has a thinner halo, but it can be seen from either side of the fan while the Aigo fan's halo is acing on direction.First thing I noticed when opening it up was how heavy it felt compared to the Aigo fans. It's not a brick, but it has a reassuring heft to it. it feels like a really high quality fan,, backed up by it's hydraulic bearing (vs the sleeve bearing Aigo uses). Nice rubber pads (which both have), and quiet operation. Looks amazing in my case. If I could fit more in there I would!My only complaint is that it's not PWM, but I can live with it. At least it doesn't have a MOLEX connector coming off of the 3-pin like the Aigos do.54.5 out of 5 starsWhile not the best, these are still great fans. I would like to give them a 4.5/5 stars, but that's obviously not an option. There build isn't as durable as an equivalent fan, but it's still really good. I installed 3 of these as the intake fans in my InWin 303 case, and they pull air wonderfully. This is actually a big deal, for those who aren't familiar with this case, as it's unusual design requires it to draw cool air from underneath the case which is a restrictive location for airflow. I do have a standard ATX motherboard, and there was plenty of space between the fan shroud and the bottom of the mobo to allow adequate clearance for the wiring harnesses to pass by cleanly.4Just okFor higher end name brand fans I thought the color and lighting would be more profound. These fans consist of just two yellow LED lights positioned in a clear tube. For the price I would ve liked more LEDs positioned around the fan itself . I would ve liked the yellow to look as good as it does in the picture. Don t let the picture fool you the yellow isn t as bright as it looks. It would have been nice if the illuminated tube would have been thicker like the aigo fans. As performance they perform as any other fan I would ve expect. They are quiet and they get the job done. I was going for a black and yellow build. Single color yellow fans are really hard to find as I didn t want to buy RGB fans with a controller just more junk inside my clean case. As for a performance and material I would give them a 5 star but as far as color and lighting a one star which brings my review to a three star.3Inexpensive and works wellInstalled this to replace my failed fan that was part of a CPU liquid cooling system. It is quiet, lights up a nice, blue glow, and keeps the radiator/cooling system working as well as the original.4High-Quality high-static fans with dim lights.Pros and general overview: These are very nice high-static fans. They are well-balanced and have several fan/shroud features that help them maintain airflow in high static use cases. The vibration-dampening pads (the colored rubber pieces in the corners) also work very well. The engineers really put a lot of work into the design of these fans! I use them to pull air through carbon filters (in a box I made) for soldering and when 3D printing ABS and other stinky filaments. These are high-quality fans. After I used them for my box I ended up buying some more to upgrade my case fans on my computer.Cons:The lights are relatively dim, despite what the computer-generated product pictures show. They just add a warm glow to the area, and not an eye-burning LED madness that you might think from the product pictures here. The lights run on the same power line as the fan- there is no dimmer or off switch. I don't need the lights so I deleted the LED's on mine. But it is something to keep in mind if you want the lights. I would highly recommend just getting an LED strip if you want *bright* lights.Also, the LED's are on one side, and they use a plastic light-pipe style tube to bring it around... but it doesn't work well. Most of the light is concentrated around the LEDs and it's dimmer everywhere else.I attached a picture of this fan (orange light) nest to an actual bright LED (red light) fan light of the same size and voltage. I had to turn up the exposure so much to see the orange in the same picture that it made my very red lights look white.. The orange glow is a nice color, but don't get this if you are wanting bright light.Also, as others mentioned, the light-pipe style ring around the fan came cracked in several places. You can see it in the image. Since I only need it for sound and airflow purposes, the fan is still great for me.5Very quiet and appealingThis fan looks great and it's whisper quiet. This is without using the low noise cable. It is almost inaudible compared to my original case fans. I purchased one to try it out and I'm completely satisfied. I might end up swapping a few more. Thanks to the high static pressure, they are ideal to mount on your CPUs liquid cooler or air cooler. Some reviews may state that the fan does not provide enough LED lighting. Please keep in mind that the ring is more of an accent than an actual light meant to shine down on your whole case. Buy LEDs for that. There's also a reviewer stating that since it's not a PWM fan, it is at 100% all the time, making it loud. Although this may be true to some, there are many boards that allow you to control the RPMs manually. I currently have my fan running at 50% and the RPMs increase as the temps increase thanks to the software my board came with. Im sure there's software out there that can help others without this feature.5Looks nice, feels good quality, but noisy when they wear out and comes with major cons!Update :Get Arctic P12 PWM for CPU cooler, instead of thisI know they look amazing and feels like a high quality fans, but sadly...There's a Major Cons:- I never used them as a CPU Fan, duo to their noise & lack of controlling their speed.- You can't control the speed of the fan by motherboard, only fan controller, and even on lowest setting of my fan controller..it's still noisy, and when they worn out you can't lower RPM enough to lower the noise + you can't lube them.When these fans wear out.. oh my god the noise and humming is very annoying and cause me a headache.I unplugged them until I got new fans.There is low noise adapter cable, but I don't like these as they get hot.Even out of the box they are little bit loud if you compare it to normal fans.I started to hate all "static optimized fans" because of these.. until I tried Arctic P12 PWM (Black/Transparent) for my 212 EVO- You can't lube themForgot about static pressure fan for front fans, unless it's really close to the fan + using filters.just get a (normal or air flow optimized) fans for any case fan location.Static pressure only for CPU cooler.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------review after 2 months using these fans ..i recommend these :)i like these fans .. it comes with everything you needyou don t have to worry about fan speed or vibration or sleeving cables( i forget if they come with screws or not .. im not sure .. sorry lol )first of all this is 3 PIN fan .. NOT 4 PIN PWM fanPros + :+ high-static pressure (good for radiator or heat sink or if you have restricted front intake " HDD cage - lot of Hard Drives - Filter " )for me im using 2 of these fans in the (front intake of the case with Thermaltake FINE "small holes" filter + HDD cage + 3 Hard drives and i will add more maybe) and these fan doing good job cooling them even though im running them at low rpm with fan controller+ unique ring led light (note: if you lower the voltage of the fan .. LED light will also dim "lower brightness" )+ Anti-vibration Rubber Pads Mounting+ it comes with {sleeved} Low-Noise Cable (LNC) = 13 cm = 5.1 inches lengthit drop the fan speed from 1500 RPM to 1000 RPM and noise from 24.6 dB-A to 18.7 dB-A+ also it comes with {sleeved} 4 Pin Molex (male/female) to 3 Pin male = 32cm =12.59 inches length+ also the cable of the fan itself sleeved = 46 cm length+ 3 years warranty+ available with different LED versions (red, blue, green, white) , make sure to select the correct color before buying itcons - :- it s 3 PIN fan not PWM fan .. for me its not big deal# length of cables :* fan cable = ( 46 cm , 18.11 inches )* Low-Noise Cable "LNC" = ( 13 cm , 5.1 inches )* 4 Pin Molex "male/female" to " 3 Pin male " = (32cm , 12.59 inches)after 2 months.. so far so good and im happy with 2 of these fansif you find this review helpful .. feel free to click yes belowit will motivate me to add more reviews and updates3Gorgeous in my Core X71 Case and Keeps it Cool! Good Price for the Combination of Aesthetics and Performance!Let me start by saying these things look beautiful (which is why Tt can charge so much for them). I got the Core X71 case to fit my new GTX 1070 which came with 2 of these in Blue. I recently did an upgrade to Intel from AMD and as such wanted to add a fan or two and replace some old fans. I got a pair of Corsair SP 120s in blue (I should have spent the extra $5-10 and got the 140s since my case fits em but oh well) which btw are great fans for the money. I put those in the top of my case, but something still felt like it was missing. I have my hard drive bay in the very bottom section of my case and so I wanted to get a third fan for the front of the case. Basically what I am saying is that there just wasn't another choice; I already had two blue Riing 14s in the front of my case so obviously a third one was the way to go. I could not be more pleased with the way these look, and their performance. I have always been an advocate for Thermaltake PSUs (they're the only ones I will buy), but I am very pleased to say the rest of their products are no joke. These things have nice airflow even with my Thermaltake Commander Touch fan controller keeping them around 40% because my case runs so cool currently (haven't started overclocking yet). As a final note, don't spend the money on these unless they are going to be seen. If you just want a high performance fan I would actually recommend Corsair SPs. But for the combination of performance and aesthetic the Riing fans cannot be beat (which is pretty much the point). Hope this review is helpful.5
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  • Great Thermal Image Test Result: Compared to the standard case fan, the combination of three Ring radiator fans and RL360 radiator delivers 40% better cooling performance. (Inlet and outlet temp. are 49 and 44.5 in respective, T= 4.5). Air flow - 51.15 CFM. Noise level - 24.1 decibels
  • Concentrated Compression Blade: Custom designed for high-static pressure requirements of demanding applications like radiators, the CCB is engineered to focus the inner circle of air outwards, allowing the outer section to pressurize and compress.
  • Wind Blocker Frame: To achieve maximum static pressure in all applications, this reduces the blade's noise and vibration, creating a perfect balance between power and sound by creating a compression effect and blocking any pressure from escaping.
  • 3 years warranty.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

its so soPurchased this to replace a Corsair SP120 as my thermaltake case came with all ring style 140 fans but my Hybrid gpu has a 120 AIO attached. My fans are RGB but choose red as my theme and could not find a compatible 120 rgb ring.The Corsair SP120 has a db rating of 26 with a 1400 +/- 10% rpm and moves 52 CFMthis thermaltake has a db rating of 24.6 with a 1500 rpm but only moves 40 CFMOnce inside the case u cannot tell the difference between 1.5db of noise however the Corsair moves about 25% more air at the roughly the same RPMs and sound level. Based on the actualy specs of the fan its hard to recommend a fan that doesnt compete. However i purchased for aesthetic reasons as buying just one $12 fan was a way more cost effect option then having to redo my entire case with the corsairs3No vibration on all metal top of caseI have a Thermaltake plain black case that is all metal and my old top exhaust fan (just a cheap up here) was rattling pretty bad and driving me crazy. I ended up getting this solely for the anti vibration feature and it being about half the price of a noctua. Anyway it's working great absolutely no vibration and no rattling noise, the fan itself does seem to be faster so I do hear that a bit more but it's not bad and not nearly as bas as my old rattling noise.It came with a few cables the main 4 pin connected to it a 3 to 4 pin and one you can connect to the power supply so that's nice. I would say my only complaint is not having a no light option I don't care about lights and really would just rather not have them, I ended up getting the blue and it is a inoffensive enough color kind of dim looks good so it ended up ok.5Beautiful, high quality fan.I wanted to upgrade the aesthetics of my 600T since I managed to get my hands on an acrylic side panel for it. I'd seen some ring LED fans before and thought they looked awesome, so I went looking to see what there was. I actually nought two brands: This for my PC and Aigo Halo fans for another PC.Both are nice fans. The Aigos have a thicker halo which is also a bit brighter and have semi-transparent blades. This Riing fan has a thinner halo, but it can be seen from either side of the fan while the Aigo fan's halo is acing on direction.First thing I noticed when opening it up was how heavy it felt compared to the Aigo fans. It's not a brick, but it has a reassuring heft to it. it feels like a really high quality fan,, backed up by it's hydraulic bearing (vs the sleeve bearing Aigo uses). Nice rubber pads (which both have), and quiet operation. Looks amazing in my case. If I could fit more in there I would!My only complaint is that it's not PWM, but I can live with it. At least it doesn't have a MOLEX connector coming off of the 3-pin like the Aigos do.54.5 out of 5 starsWhile not the best, these are still great fans. I would like to give them a 4.5/5 stars, but that's obviously not an option. There build isn't as durable as an equivalent fan, but it's still really good. I installed 3 of these as the intake fans in my InWin 303 case, and they pull air wonderfully. This is actually a big deal, for those who aren't familiar with this case, as it's unusual design requires it to draw cool air from underneath the case which is a restrictive location for airflow. I do have a standard ATX motherboard, and there was plenty of space between the fan shroud and the bottom of the mobo to allow adequate clearance for the wiring harnesses to pass by cleanly.4Just okFor higher end name brand fans I thought the color and lighting would be more profound. These fans consist of just two yellow LED lights positioned in a clear tube. For the price I would ve liked more LEDs positioned around the fan itself . I would ve liked the yellow to look as good as it does in the picture. Don t let the picture fool you the yellow isn t as bright as it looks. It would have been nice if the illuminated tube would have been thicker like the aigo fans. As performance they perform as any other fan I would ve expect. They are quiet and they get the job done. I was going for a black and yellow build. Single color yellow fans are really hard to find as I didn t want to buy RGB fans with a controller just more junk inside my clean case. As for a performance and material I would give them a 5 star but as far as color and lighting a one star which brings my review to a three star.3Inexpensive and works wellInstalled this to replace my failed fan that was part of a CPU liquid cooling system. It is quiet, lights up a nice, blue glow, and keeps the radiator/cooling system working as well as the original.4High-Quality high-static fans with dim lights.Pros and general overview: These are very nice high-static fans. They are well-balanced and have several fan/shroud features that help them maintain airflow in high static use cases. The vibration-dampening pads (the colored rubber pieces in the corners) also work very well. The engineers really put a lot of work into the design of these fans! I use them to pull air through carbon filters (in a box I made) for soldering and when 3D printing ABS and other stinky filaments. These are high-quality fans. After I used them for my box I ended up buying some more to upgrade my case fans on my computer.Cons:The lights are relatively dim, despite what the computer-generated product pictures show. They just add a warm glow to the area, and not an eye-burning LED madness that you might think from the product pictures here. The lights run on the same power line as the fan- there is no dimmer or off switch. I don't need the lights so I deleted the LED's on mine. But it is something to keep in mind if you want the lights. I would highly recommend just getting an LED strip if you want *bright* lights.Also, the LED's are on one side, and they use a plastic light-pipe style tube to bring it around... but it doesn't work well. Most of the light is concentrated around the LEDs and it's dimmer everywhere else.I attached a picture of this fan (orange light) nest to an actual bright LED (red light) fan light of the same size and voltage. I had to turn up the exposure so much to see the orange in the same picture that it made my very red lights look white.. The orange glow is a nice color, but don't get this if you are wanting bright light.Also, as others mentioned, the light-pipe style ring around the fan came cracked in several places. You can see it in the image. Since I only need it for sound and airflow purposes, the fan is still great for me.5Very quiet and appealingThis fan looks great and it's whisper quiet. This is without using the low noise cable. It is almost inaudible compared to my original case fans. I purchased one to try it out and I'm completely satisfied. I might end up swapping a few more. Thanks to the high static pressure, they are ideal to mount on your CPUs liquid cooler or air cooler. Some reviews may state that the fan does not provide enough LED lighting. Please keep in mind that the ring is more of an accent than an actual light meant to shine down on your whole case. Buy LEDs for that. There's also a reviewer stating that since it's not a PWM fan, it is at 100% all the time, making it loud. Although this may be true to some, there are many boards that allow you to control the RPMs manually. I currently have my fan running at 50% and the RPMs increase as the temps increase thanks to the software my board came with. Im sure there's software out there that can help others without this feature.5Looks nice, feels good quality, but noisy when they wear out and comes with major cons!Update :Get Arctic P12 PWM for CPU cooler, instead of thisI know they look amazing and feels like a high quality fans, but sadly...There's a Major Cons:- I never used them as a CPU Fan, duo to their noise & lack of controlling their speed.- You can't control the speed of the fan by motherboard, only fan controller, and even on lowest setting of my fan controller..it's still noisy, and when they worn out you can't lower RPM enough to lower the noise + you can't lube them.When these fans wear out.. oh my god the noise and humming is very annoying and cause me a headache.I unplugged them until I got new fans.There is low noise adapter cable, but I don't like these as they get hot.Even out of the box they are little bit loud if you compare it to normal fans.I started to hate all "static optimized fans" because of these.. until I tried Arctic P12 PWM (Black/Transparent) for my 212 EVO- You can't lube themForgot about static pressure fan for front fans, unless it's really close to the fan + using filters.just get a (normal or air flow optimized) fans for any case fan location.Static pressure only for CPU cooler.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------review after 2 months using these fans ..i recommend these :)i like these fans .. it comes with everything you needyou don t have to worry about fan speed or vibration or sleeving cables( i forget if they come with screws or not .. im not sure .. sorry lol )first of all this is 3 PIN fan .. NOT 4 PIN PWM fanPros + :+ high-static pressure (good for radiator or heat sink or if you have restricted front intake " HDD cage - lot of Hard Drives - Filter " )for me im using 2 of these fans in the (front intake of the case with Thermaltake FINE "small holes" filter + HDD cage + 3 Hard drives and i will add more maybe) and these fan doing good job cooling them even though im running them at low rpm with fan controller+ unique ring led light (note: if you lower the voltage of the fan .. LED light will also dim "lower brightness" )+ Anti-vibration Rubber Pads Mounting+ it comes with {sleeved} Low-Noise Cable (LNC) = 13 cm = 5.1 inches lengthit drop the fan speed from 1500 RPM to 1000 RPM and noise from 24.6 dB-A to 18.7 dB-A+ also it comes with {sleeved} 4 Pin Molex (male/female) to 3 Pin male = 32cm =12.59 inches length+ also the cable of the fan itself sleeved = 46 cm length+ 3 years warranty+ available with different LED versions (red, blue, green, white) , make sure to select the correct color before buying itcons - :- it s 3 PIN fan not PWM fan .. for me its not big deal# length of cables :* fan cable = ( 46 cm , 18.11 inches )* Low-Noise Cable "LNC" = ( 13 cm , 5.1 inches )* 4 Pin Molex "male/female" to " 3 Pin male " = (32cm , 12.59 inches)after 2 months.. so far so good and im happy with 2 of these fansif you find this review helpful .. feel free to click yes belowit will motivate me to add more reviews and updates3Gorgeous in my Core X71 Case and Keeps it Cool! Good Price for the Combination of Aesthetics and Performance!Let me start by saying these things look beautiful (which is why Tt can charge so much for them). I got the Core X71 case to fit my new GTX 1070 which came with 2 of these in Blue. I recently did an upgrade to Intel from AMD and as such wanted to add a fan or two and replace some old fans. I got a pair of Corsair SP 120s in blue (I should have spent the extra $5-10 and got the 140s since my case fits em but oh well) which btw are great fans for the money. I put those in the top of my case, but something still felt like it was missing. I have my hard drive bay in the very bottom section of my case and so I wanted to get a third fan for the front of the case. Basically what I am saying is that there just wasn't another choice; I already had two blue Riing 14s in the front of my case so obviously a third one was the way to go. I could not be more pleased with the way these look, and their performance. I have always been an advocate for Thermaltake PSUs (they're the only ones I will buy), but I am very pleased to say the rest of their products are no joke. These things have nice airflow even with my Thermaltake Commander Touch fan controller keeping them around 40% because my case runs so cool currently (haven't started overclocking yet). As a final note, don't spend the money on these unless they are going to be seen. If you just want a high performance fan I would actually recommend Corsair SPs. But for the combination of performance and aesthetic the Riing fans cannot be beat (which is pretty much the point). Hope this review is helpful.5
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