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    Thermaltake Commander FT touch screen fan controller

    Its 5.5-inch screen is claimed to be the "world's largest" in such a device.
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    Re: Thermaltake Commander FT touch screen fan controller

    Awful toytown ugly device.
    You can't beat the simplicity and minimalist beauty of a Scythe Kazemaster if you want a fan controller.

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    Re: Thermaltake Commander FT touch screen fan controller

    Quote Originally Posted by Myss_tree View Post
    Awful toytown ugly device.
    You can't beat the simplicity and minimalist beauty of a Scythe Kazemaster if you want a fan controller.
    Should be a good seller to the 'enthusiast' crowd.

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    Re: Thermaltake Commander FT touch screen fan controller

    Wonder what the viewing angle of that screen is - I've found with all touch controllers that the viewing angle is not that good and when your case is to your side, you can't see the controller screen.

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    Re: Thermaltake Commander FT touch screen fan controller

    I prefer the simplicity and reliability of the analogue fan controls in my Nanoxia Deep Silence One. (The case also looks a hell of a look more professional and cancels out so much noise.)

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    Re: Thermaltake Commander FT touch screen fan controller

    Just ditched my Koolance TMS gear over the built in PWM headers, wish I had done that years ago as it responds to changes real time!

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    Re: Thermaltake Commander FT touch screen fan controller

    Quote Originally Posted by GoNz0 View Post
    Just ditched my Koolance TMS gear over the built in PWM headers, wish I had done that years ago as it responds to changes real time!
    I just ditched my Corsair Link, was just too damn buggy. Switched back to a manual fan controller I've had for probably 10 years or more - a Vantec Nexus, Hexus reviewed it in 2003.

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    Re: Thermaltake Commander FT touch screen fan controller

    Quote Originally Posted by kingpotnoodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GoNz0 View Post
    Just ditched my Koolance TMS gear over the built in PWM headers, wish I had done that years ago as it responds to changes real time!
    I just ditched my Corsair Link, was just too damn buggy. Switched back to a manual fan controller I've had for probably 10 years or more - a Vantec Nexus, Hexus reviewed it in 2003.
    If only there was an hardware alternative to Corsair Link that would provide the same control and monitoring over the PSU features...

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    Re: Thermaltake Commander FT touch screen fan controller

    Quote Originally Posted by anselhelm View Post
    I prefer the simplicity and reliability of the analogue fan controls in my Nanoxia Deep Silence One. (The case also looks a hell of a look more professional and cancels out so much noise.)
    Sorry off topic - but thanks never heard of Nanoxia before, need a replacement for my Fractal Design XL


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