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Wednesday, 02 July 2008 00:31

NZXT launches Sentry LX fan controller

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Dual-bay with LCD screen

NZXT has launched its new Sentry LX dual-bay fan controller. The Sentry LX needs to squeezed into two empty 5.25-inch bays due to its unusually large LCD display.

The LCD screen of the Sentry LX shows five different temperature readouts from as many temperature probes, gives you control over five fans and shows some usual info for a fan controller, like date and time. The front bezel is made out of aluminum, so the entire device looks solid and elegant and it would probably easily blend when paired with a high-end black aluminum case.

Other noted specs are the automatic fan adjustments and a temperature alarm. The sleek looking Sentry LX should be available sometime next month at the suggested retail price of US$59.99.

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