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Wednesday, 12 May 2010 13:24

Scythe shows its new fan controllers

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Kaze Master Pro series


Scythe has rolled out two new fan controllers, the Kaze Master Pro series. The new fan controllers will be available in a 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch form factors, both featuring a display and the ability to monitor temperatures and to control a couple of fans.

The Kaze Master Pro 5.25 has and ability to control six fans (12W per channel) and six temperature probes with a rather wide voltage adjustment ranging from 3.7 to 12V. It has a fan speed range from 0 to 9,999RPM in 30rpm steps and has a blue-backlight Vacuum Fluorescent Display.

The smaller, Kaze Master Pro 3.5, features four fan control channels (12W per channel) and can monitor up to four different temperatures. This one also has a blue illuminated VF-Display and as its names suggested, fits in a 3.5-inch bay.

Both of the new Kaze Master Pro series fan controllers should be available pretty soon with a suggested price tag of US $45/€29.25 for the 5.25-inch model and US $36/€21 for the 3.5-inch one.

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