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Aerocool Touch-2100 Fan Controller Review - Accessories and Documentation

Aerocool Touch-2100 Fan Controller Review
A new touchscreen fan controller hits the market as Aerocool brings forth the Touch-2100. Let's dive in and take a close look at it.
| Fan Controllers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 13, 2013 1:31 am
TweakTown Rating: 96%Manufacturer: Aerocool

Accessories and Documentation

 

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All of this is packed inside of a bag that you will find with all the tied up cabling from the fan controller. In this bag you will locate two additional fan leads in case you do damage to the ones on the controller, and the same is offered with the pair of extra thermal probes. You are also given eight mounting screws to be sure this isn't going anywhere, and you are also given nine yellow stickers to apply the thermal probes to things with.

 

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Then we were also given this 11 language user's manual that was shipped on top of the plastic inner packaging.

 

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Inside of which you will find a safety warning next to a list of all the included parts and components, and it then gives some parameters of what this devices is capable of.

 

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It then moves on to dimensional drawings above how to install this fan controller into a chassis. The right page delivers information on where to make all of the connections from the Touch-2100 to your motherboard, as well as the power and fan connections.

 

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The last two pages cover the way you should use and place the thermal sensors. Of course with seven options and only five leads, you pick which ones are best for your needs. The right page then offers a quick tutorial on how to work the controls, and if you do things right, you get an audible beep to let you know something has changed, and it will flash to allow you to change the setting.

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