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AeroCool GateWatch Review
By: Alex G
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    2004-12-17

    Table of Contents:
  • AeroCool GateWatch Review
  • The package
  • Features
  • Installation
  • Display
  • Controls
  • Pros/Cons

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    AeroCool GateWatch Review - Features


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    AeroCool GateWatch has two things going for it as a regular fan controller: design and price point. At a current price of around $50, it definitely looks better that most any other piece on the market. Loaded with features, it presents a good value to both average consumer and an avid overclocking enthusiast. Hereís a list:

    • Monitors temperature at 4 locations

    • Displays fan speed in RPMs of up to four fans

    • Reacts to sound to display an equalizer-like bar graph effect

    • Controls fan speed of up to four fans

    • Has overheat alarm with user-selectable values

    • Displays time

    • Controls main volume

    • Sports an oversized display with 3-color backlight

    • Adjusts fan speed automatically according to temperature

    As you can see, for $50 itís quite a deal. Letís see if it proves itself worthy as we give it a test-drive.

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