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Date: August 17th, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Thermaltake


CONCLUSIONS & AFTERTHOUGHTS



I have to admit to you, for ~US$20, you really can't go wrong with the XTunner. Sure there are other options on the market that have a boatload more feature and capabilities, but they also have the much higher pricetag to deal with. The XTunner allows the computer enthusiast to finally get control over their computer's case fans and with the slight touch of a remote control have them adjusted perfectly for their current work environment and load.


The only slight downfall would be the fan speed dial attached to the front plate so the user can control the fans if the remote control loses power or becomes damages and inoperable. But overall, this is a great product and a must have for a noisy computer.


Pros:


- Inexpensive
- Remote Control
- Excellent Workmanship
- Seven Fan Speed Settings
- Easy to Install


Cons:


- Availability
- Lack of Second Fan Control Option
- Maybe condense it into a 3 1/2" bay variety?



If you have any questions on this fan controller, please feel free to post them in our friendly forums HERE.

 

 


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