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COMPUTER CASES

PCToys Multi-Function Panel
By: Palmashooter
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    2003-10-09

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    For the overclocker, monitoring fan speeds and component temperatures has gone for the realm of luxury to necessity. Manufacturers are putting out products to aid us in this all-too-critical area of our hobby. The first such widely available commercial product that comes to mind is the DigiDoc. Well, pcToys brings us what they have dubbed "The DigiDoc Killer". We, at OCA, would like to introduce to you pcToys' offering in the System Maxx Multi-Function Panel. Nothing really fancy about the name, but it gets the point across.



    Impressions

    The unit comes well packaged and protected in a firm plastic holder inside a well designed cardboard box.  The marketing boys did their job well.  It is pleasing to look at and has the right colors.  The unit boasts 3 temperature monitoring areas, fan speed control for the CPU fan, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and 1 Firewire port.  The LCD display is backlit for easy viewing at night and in dark rooms.

     

     


    Specifications:

    Dimension:  148.5mm x 41.5mm x 62.0mm

    Weight:  350.0g

    Rated Voltage:  5V5%~12V5%

    Input Power:  5V less than 0.5W

                         12V (dependant on type of CPU fan)

    Panel Temperature Range:  15C~70C

    Sensor Temperature Range:  15C~90C

     

    Included Parts:

    1x Main Panel

    3x Colored Faceplates

    3x Temperature Sensors

    2x CPU Fan Cables

    1x Power Cable

    1x USB 2.0 Cable

    1x IEEE 1394 (Firewire) Cable

    1x Allen Head Wrench

    8x Allen Head Screws

     

    Panel and Faceplates

     

    The back

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