When you think of components for cooling, one of the larger names that comes readily to mind is Thermaltake. Starting business back in 1999, they brought innovation to the enthusiast from the beginning. Though not an immediate success in the cooling arena, they soon worked out their growing pains and have become a force to be reckoned with.
Since that humble beginning, Thermaltake has come up with several very effective coolers and have also branched out into other areas for the enthusiast as well. One example of this is the subject of today's article, the X-Tunner Fan Speed Controller.
So sit back and relax as we take a look at this new innovation from the folks at Thermaltake. There are a huge number of fan controllers available so we'll be looking at what this one has to offer that makes it different from any other rheostat-type device you can buy.
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