The Aerogate II is stunning at best. All parts, down to the very dial, are well manufactured, smooth and completely edgeless. On the left (refer to picture below), a built-in fan grill is housed. This area shares the backlight from the middle of the device, which holds the actual status-display screen. On the right side, there are six round-table buttons surrounding a large dial. These buttons allow you to select which of your PC's pre-selected components you wish to monitor. The dial in the middle allows you to adjust the RPM of various Aerogate-connected fans inside your computer.
On the reverse-side (refer to image below) of the device is where you can expect to see the numerous on-board ports, for both the thermal sensors and the fan connections. On the right of the unit, you can spot its built-in cooling fan, while to the left you can see the various wire interconnects.
The Aerogate II fits into one of your PC's free 5.25" device bays, at the front of your computer. It is recommended that you house this product at the top most 5.25" bay available, as in any other position the product may be rendered useless; keep in mind that the actual visual-range of this product is very limited.
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