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PC COOLING

Kingwin Thermal Center CT-02S Review
By: Mike Mackenzie
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    2005-03-23

    Table of Contents:
  • Kingwin Thermal Center CT-02S Review
  • Specifications
  • Installation
  • Configuring the CT-02S
  • Removing the Alarm
  • Pros and Cons of the Thermal Center CT-02S

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    Kingwin Thermal Center CT-02S Review - Configuring the CT-02S


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    Once you have the controller wired up correctly, you can boot your system. One of the first things that you should notice is now all of your system fans are running at near 50 percent of power, or 7v.

    My 4800rpm CPU fan is now running at 2700rpm at startup; as the system heats up the fans will automatically run faster. I found that my fans ran one percent faster for each C increased.  For most computers you will not have to adjust any of the fan settings.

    The system should not overheat to the default critical temperature; the cooling system itself should prevent it from overheating to that temperature. Unless you have a highly over clocked system, 65C should not be reached. The manual clearly states how to change all of the options on the controller itself. Although you cannot manually adjust the fans' speed, you can manually set the critical temperature of the controller, and this will increase any fans connected to the overheating probes up to 100 percent power.

    This will sound the alarm each time the system reaches this temperature, or the preset critical temperature of each probe. The alarm in the system is entirely too annoying. It sounds the alarm for a full 10 seconds or until the probes temperature decreases below the set temperature.

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