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Aerocool F6XT Fan Controller  - Aerocool F6XT Fan Controller
Sun Sep 12, 2010 | 9:00A| PermaLink
In the past few months we have seen a few cases that come with fan controllers. But how many of us are able to go out and purchase a new case just because it comes with a fan controller no matter how good the case looks. So, for those that do not have this luxury Aerocool has produced quite a few fan controllers in their existences. Today, we will be taking a look at Aerocool’s latest controller that I find very simple but at the same time is one of my favorite from them. The F6XT is a six channel controller that can support 12 watts on each channel. What I like about the F6XT is there isn’t a lot going on visually with the controller just a few LED lights and very little verbiage. Making those that like the facial of their case simplistic and appealing.

Thermaltake Element V Chassis - Thermaltake Element V Chassis
Tue Dec 01, 2009 | 5:50A| PermaLink
Being around for a decade, Thermaltake is well known as a dependable manufacturer for performance computer parts, particularly chassis. Thermaltake has a tendency to go the one extra step in innovation to make sure its name stands out from the others. With their latest 'created for pros' Element line, this attribute definitely stands true. At the top of this line, the Element V sports an imaginative cooling system, a vast area for holding drives, and a highly sturdy structure. This full tower case is created with a strong steel architecture, painted matte black. Because of its material, the Element V has a weight that is comparable to a bulldozer, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Its tank-like features only add to the V's stage presence and ability to keep components safe.

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