Let's start off with the controller itself, without any of the goodies involved. We looked at the low-end and the top end of power delivery, messed around with all the options, and here is what we found. It's hard to get to the thermal alarm option. Most times, we were given the fan speed adjustment option instead, but using a smaller pinky or capacitive pointer seemed to lessen the issue. As to the rest of the touchscreen options and functionality, we have no issues to mention at all. One thing we would like to mention, and we do appreciate the SATA plug, rather than another lead to manage, but when we tried to unplug our power lead, the clip wanted to come off. Be careful when or if you decide to disconnect the power.
We found that the lowest we could get the slider was it showing four bars at the left side, and at this time the digital multi-meter was reading a solid 4.10V. Moving the slider into the middle with 50 percent of the power applied, we then got a reading of 8.16V. Then with the slider all the way to the right, we were getting 12.12V to the multi-meter. On top of that, this controller can handle 120W of fans across all of its channels. 30W per channel is a lot and plenty for anyone, as it takes a ton of fans to reach that amount of power draw. Also, getting them connected is a breeze, and with 28" of fan leads, you can control anything in basically any chassis. Also, the sensor wires are just as long. You can route them anywhere and get HDD, memory, GPU, etc. readings, as the wiring will certainly get there.
We liked this product, and even if our fingers were a little too fat to get the job done right all the time, the capacitive stylus came in super handy and fixed our fat finger issue. We like all the color options, so if we change builds, the fan controller can stay and adapt to the new theme. As long as you have a free optical bay, and the time to wire the Four Eyes Touch to your PC, you too can enjoy a wide range of controls for the four 30W channels. And it looks great while offering all of this. While near $50 for a fan controller may seem expensive, compare it to other touchscreen offerings and you will see that Reeven is not out of the ballpark here. If this design suits you, we have no issues recommending it.
Product Summary Breakdown
|Quality including Design and Build||94%|
|Bundle and Packaging||97%|
|Value for Money||92%|
|Overall TweakTown Rating||94%|
The Bottom Line: It is relatively easy to use with its touchscreen, the color options are nice, it has alarms, and it is easy to read. Honestly, the Reeven Four Eyes has everything you need including tons of power.
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