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[NCIX] BitFenix Recon touchscreen fan controller $10 surprise special

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[NCIX] BitFenix Recon touchscreen fan controller $10 surprise special

Limit of one each. Next cheapest price is $49.99 at Newegg. Cons include loud beeps, viewing angles on the display are poor, and fan speed changes can take up to 15 seconds to apply. Pros include the low price, support for 5 channels, and the system including temperature readout. I'm sure there's more to it, but I'm willing to try it for the price.
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Dec 19, 2007
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Now sold out at the promotional price. :(
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Yeah deal is over, once you add to cart it tells you and reverts to original price.
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Isn't it better to control your fans via software?
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halhen1 wrote: Isn't it better to control your fans via software?
and if you don't have enough fan headers on your motherboard?
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fan controllers are mainly needed when you have lots of fans used for water cooling computers
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seems OOS now?
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halhen1 wrote: Isn't it better to control your fans via software?
konsensei wrote: and if you don't have enough fan headers on your motherboard?
If you don't mind multiple fans sharing the same profiles, there are fan header splitters that can be had for very cheap, allowing multiple fans to be plugged into one header. It's actually useful to have multiple fans performing identically, say all of the frontal intake fans could run off one header and run at the same speed for consistency's sake.

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