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    fan controller

    does anyone know of any fan controllers that will fit with the door shut, into a coolermaster atc 220

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    What about some sort of digital solution, rather than a rheobus?

    More expensive, I know, but a suggestion nonetheless.
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    CM aerogate 1



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    would i still be able to shut the door with the aerogate 1 though

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    yeh.. the aerogate1 is VERY VERY low profile... It will fit



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    is that a def mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by psalliss
    is that a def mate
    nope.. but you wont find a fan controller any smaller than the aerogate1. It maybe worth a quick email to CM? Infact I'll email them for ya..

    edit: I've emailed them

    To: xxxxxxxx@coolermaster.co.uk
    Subject: CM220 query

    Hi xxxxxxxx

    Long time no speak. Hope you had a good Christmas and a good New Year.
    I've just been browsing HEXUS forums and one of our members has a query regarding a Cooler Master case. He owns a Cooler Master ATC220 Case and is wondering what fan controllers he can use, as the space is limited due to the door. I'd imagine the Aerogate 1 would fit without any problems since the dials are quite low profile. Would would you suggest?

    Many Thanks Craig
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    cheers xtr appreciate the help

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    Hi Craig,

    Yes, that's one problem with any door on a case. If you make a larger space between the door and the chassis, it'll look strange.

    There's about 5mm gap and the height of the control knobs on our fan controllers (ALD-V0x and LLC-U0x) are also 5mm high. The only way to fit this, is if your member recess this back a little.

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    cheers xtr, dont really want to recess it. thats a no then. oh well

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    I have an Aerogate I in my Castek Super tower, see sig for model, its basicly the same as the Xaser's with a different body work. Anyway, the controller has 2 sets of holes, for 2 different positions, the one leaves it sticking out about 2-3mm, and the other leaves it resessed about 3mm, looks ok. Maybe would look slightly better with the top of the faceplate below painted as well, instead of bear plastic.

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