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Cooling Off with Evercool
By: Tekime
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    Table of Contents:
  • Cooling Off with Evercool
  • The Personal Computer’s Air Conditioner (PCAC)
  • Magic Cooler
  • K8L-710CA Socket 940 1U Heatsink and Fan Combo
  • SCP Fan Speed Control Panel

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    Cooling Off with Evercool - SCP Fan Speed Control Panel

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    EvercoolConsidering the cooling demands posed by today’s systems, it’s nice to have control over the exact needs of your system. A fan controller is a great way to tune your fan speeds to the perfect level of performance vs. noise. Like the PCAC, the SCP-A Fan Speed Control Panel fits into a 5.25” drive bay.

    The SCP-A has three sets of knobs with color indicators to provide a full range of control over three fans. By ‘daisy-chaining’ multiple fans onto one control, you can control even more.

    It can never be stressed enough how vital cooling is to a properly maintained computer system. If you are plopping down the cash for a new rig, or upgrading your current machine, never forget to consider your cooling needs. Inadequate cooling can turn an extremely expensive piece of hardware into an unstable system at best.

    SCP Fan Speed Control Panel Specifications

    • Three fan speed knobs
    • Color changes with speed
    • Warning light & error signal
    • Output voltage: 3.75-11.37V
    • 5.25” Bay Device

    Thanks to Evercool Co., Ltd. for providing these units for us to look at today.

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