Neoseeker.com Forum Thread: Neoseeker's NZXT Sentry Mesh fan controller review - page 1

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Author:   leochan
Date:   Jun 23, 11 at 10:53pm (PST)
Subject:   Neoseeker's NZXT Sentry Mesh fan controller review
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The NZXT Sentry Mesh is a fan controller that occupies in a 5.25" drive bay of your case, yet blends in with the rest of it by doing away with those fancy, colorful LCD readouts. Instead, the Sentry Mesh makes use of five 30W linear potentiometers on a mesh grill (hence the Mesh moniker) that you can slide to adjust the speeds of any connected system fans. It won't look too fancy at first glance, but hit our review to see if it's hiding any surprises during our testing!

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Author:   hiigaran
Date:   Jun 24, 11 at 3:27pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Neoseeker's NZXT Sentry Mesh fan controller review
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i did find the sliders an interesting way of controlling fans as opposed to dials, but sadly, my delta would burn that controller out before long. it definitely would have looked nice to have actually. ahh well, im just going to have to make my own fan controller if need be...

btw...might want to fix that html issue...



Author:   Supernova1332
Date:   Jun 24, 11 at 8:12pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Neoseeker's NZXT Sentry Mesh fan controller review
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Nice review. Like the plain mesh look and it's at quite an attractive price for offering 30w per channel. Most in the price range only offer about 10w. If you know you'd never like the LED on you could always snip it, but I know many won't do that for fear of breaking the warranty.



Author:   hiigaran
Date:   Jun 24, 11 at 8:14pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Neoseeker's NZXT Sentry Mesh fan controller review
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warranty on a fan controller...doesnt that seem superfluous, really? its not like a fan controller can fail, unless you exceed its amperage ratings.


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