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Saturday, 02 February 2008 11:57

Scythe announces Kaze Master fan controllers

Written by Slobodan Simic

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In 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch versions

 

Scythe has announced its new fan control and temperature monitor drive bay, called Kaze Master. This new Kaze Master will be available in 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch versions, depending on your need to control and monitor either two or four fans and temperatures.

The 3.5-inch model with LCD dimensions of 60 x 15.5mm can be powered at either 5V or 12V and monitor up to two temperatures and control up to two fans with speed range from zero to 7500RPM. The larger 5.25-inch version has the LCD with dimensions of 114 x 20mm and has control for four fans and can monitor temperature from four temperature probes.

Both versions will be available in either silver or black color, depending on your case. The larger version has the suggested price of US$39.80 or €35, while the smaller one will cost US$34.80 or €32 in Euroland.

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