So what, and why the history lesson you ask? You’re here to read about computers and hardware of course. Well interestingly enough hardware powerhouse NZXT has reinvented their simple but popular Grid fan hub. Intriguingly this new version of the hub is has been titled the Grid+. Being such a simple object we are thoroughly curious what NZXT has done to “add” to the original Grid. Indeed is the new Grid+ worthy of this new moniker?
NZXT has just announced their latest case accessory, the Sentry 3 Fan Controller. This fan controller features a pretty sleek touchscreen LCD with a re-imagined UI from the previous Sentry units. The 5.4-inch touchscreen is 33% larger than any other single-bay fan controller screen on the market. Making controlling the unit a breeze.
GELID Solutions, most commonly known for their computer hardware solutions, have introduced the “SpeedTouch 6″ fan controller which is going to form part of the GAMER product line. The fan controller is available in the market now and has been priced at USD 35 or Euro 29 and comes with a 2 year warranty.
Today’s product comes from a well-known company ThermalTake. As we all know, ThermalTake offers products from chassis’, power supplies, coolers and storage. But what about cooling? Sure they also offer a wide variety of fans but what motherboard has enough headers to connect every fan. ThermalTake has developed a multi fan controller for your custom cooling needs. The Commander F5 fan controller offers five channels at 8w per channel. Read on to see if the Commander F5 holds up to the ThermalTake reputation.
A multifunctional fan controller was recently introduced by Scythe, the Japanese based manufacturer known for its cooling accessories and innovator of the leading cooling concepts. The device is multifunctional with its ability to be used as a clock and a track for temperature. Customers can control the fans independent of one another with this 5.25 inch bay device which can perfectly be fitted into any unoccupied space with parameters confining to 5.25 inches.
Scythe just unveiled its marvelous new Kaze Chrono Fan controller model (KM07-BK), a fan controller planned for 5.25 inch drive bays and exemplified by a large LCD panel with a brick matrix similar to Tetris handhelds which can display temperature, fan speed of various channels, sense a stopped or a failing fan or simply work as a clock (which flashes alarms too).
Coming to us from the frozen north of Scandinavia is a product from Fractal Design. The Adjust 108 is a 6 channel fan controller from this award winning Swedish company. The minimalistic controller looks great on paper, but how does it perform? Follow along as we test this controller and see if it’s up to par.
With the influx of white PC chassis reaching the market, users have been asking for white-themed versions of BitFenix accessories. Today, BitFenix is pleased to announce the Recon White fan controller and Spectre Pro All White LED fan series – two perfect additions to any white-themed system.
Today’s product is from a new company out of Japan called Reeven. Their product lines include CPU Coolers, Power Supplies, Fans, Cooling Cups for overclockers, and today’s product, a Fan Controller. The Reeven Six Eyes RFC-01 Fan Controller supports up to six fans, six temperature readings and can be displayed in seven colors. Read on further to find out more.
Fan controllers come in all shapes in sizes, but it’s not every day you see one that looks like a DJ’s mixer. Today we’ll be looking at the NZXT Sentry Mix Fan Controller, which supports up to six fans. The fans can be controlled very easily with each having its own slider. Each slider is individually marked and can be easily spotted in one of five LED colors.
Feb 26, 2015 0