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Monday, 22 February 2010 12:52

Scythe Kaze Master Ace 5.25" tested

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review:
Fan RPM controller and heat sensor in one neat package

 






Today
we’ll talk about Scythe Kaze Master Ace 5.25’’, a device used for controlling the fan speed. Many of you know about Kaze Master Ace 5.25’’ or the slightly older version of it, the Kaze Master 5.25’’. Both of these controllers are on the market for over a year now, but the efficiency and the nice looks still make them pretty popular. These devices are always in demand and we must say that it made our lives a whole lot easier.

You can use Kaze Master Ace 5.25’’ to simultaneously control up to 4 fans, where each fan is monitored via an easily accessible vacuum fluorescent display (VFD). As you can tell from the name, 5.25’’ means that the controller is mounted in the front 5.25’’ front panel slot. The display is clear and visible no matter the angle you’re viewing it from.

Kaze Master Ace 5.25’’ also features four temperature sensors and will display the readings on the display. The sensors are at the end of 70cm cable, making even the farthest components easy to reach.

Kaze Master Ace comes in two versions, one for 5.25’’ and the other for 3.5’’ slot. The smaller one allows for controlling two fans and has two temperature sensors.

 

 

 


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