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NZXT Announces the Sentry Mix 6-Channel Fan Controller

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Aug 23, 2011.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce Sentry Mix. This high performance 6 fan controller features an intuitive slide design and a power output of 50W that will satisfy the cooling needs of enthusiasts. Sentry Mix also provides aesthetic enhancements with a matte-black finish and interchangeable numerical LED lights to color code your fan control.

    “Sentry Mix takes its inspiration from the legendary sound mixers that command the acoustics of rock concerts” said Johnny Hou, Founder and Chief Designer at NZXT. “Mix puts the power right at your finger tips with optimal control and customization with a simple, quick slide.”

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    Specifications:
    • Installation – 5.25” ODD
    • Color – Black
    • Material – Plastic & Rubber
    • Panel – Slides
    • Fan Channels – 6
    • Connections – 3-Pin
    • Watts – 50W/Channel
    • LED – Red, Green, Blue, Orange, White
    • Manual – Min 40%
    • Control – Voltage
    The Sentry Mix is available for $39.99. For more information visit this page.
  2. crazyeyesreaper

    crazyeyesreaper Chief Broken Rig

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    wish i could get my hands on one of these.
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    me too, damn it looks handy!
  4. mlee49

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    Nice, sleeved cables are a must now a days.
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    50W per channel, great,
    it can drive even the craziest delta fans :D

    sadly i dont have my PC now :(
  6. theJesus

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    Do want! At first I saw 50w and thought "Oh, some people are going to complain that it won't be enough for more than a couple of high-powered deltas," but then I saw 50w per channel :D
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    Wish the cables were sleved for that price, but seems like a solid package.
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    50w per channel is sweet. Be nice if you can put splts on each channel so 2 fans per channel both getting 50w. Be nice for some heave water looop. I want one of these right now. Could use a little screen so you now what your set at.
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    no splitter cables included but I agree it would be nice
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    I see one of these in my future. :D
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    I don't even have a need for a fan controller and I want this...
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    [H]@RD5TUFF says thanks.
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    it looks nice to boot, and using spliters, this would be more than enough for my rig.
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    Nice, would like to see more pictures.

    What is going on. The last picture shows a large plastic near empty box.

    Where are the electronics to handle 50 Watts?

    More Info Please.
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    popswala New Member

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    The casing does look rather big and useless. There previous controllers weren't.
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    I really like the use of sliders, it has a very unique appearance. They could have used less metal, considering there's a considerable amount sort of sitting there at the end. Still looks like a good controller, though.

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