Fractal Design Adjust 108 Pro Reviews
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Fractal Design Adjust 108 Reviews5
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"A fan controller is an essential computer component, the motherboard has a few fan plugs but its not going to give you six without a series of splitters, and they will not be easily adjustable on the fly like they are with the Adjust 108."
"I love a good fan controller, especially ones that have a minimalist impact on my system’s appearance. I think that fan controllers are often an oversight for many system builders and provide a great way of gaining some extra flexibility from your system, be that when you need maximum cooling for overclocking, benchmarking or gaming, or perhaps keep things quiet for watching a movie or working. Sure you can do a lot of this with software and modern motherboards offer great support over your fans, but you can’t beat the instant results and tactile feed back of using a slider control like you get with the Adjust 108."
"Overall I was impressed with the Fractal Design Adjust 108 fan controller. The elegant brushed aluminum face should blend in nicely with just about any case and the low-profile sliders will allow you to use the controller in cases with a front door where knobs would get in the way. The sliders have a sturdy action to them that gives you a sense of the overall build quality which is superb. With 6 channels and the capability of pushing 36W each, power should not be an issue, even with high-end powerful fans. My only complaint with the Adjust 108 is that you can’t completely turn off a fan, but this really isn’t a deal breaker. If you are looking for a quality fan controller in the $20-40 price range, the Fractal Design Adjust 108 would be a great choice."
"The only downside to the controller that I can see is the paint on the sliders being slightly crooked. If you are a perfectionist this might rub you the wrong way, but most I don’t think will notice. The other oddity is the way the controller starts at full speed for a second and then adjusts. Not really a problem though as much as an oddity."