Thursday, May 10th 2012

Fractal Design Launches New Fan Controller, the Adjust108

The new Adjust 108 fan controller from Fractal Design offers a simple yet clean option to adjust the speed of your case fans. With a brushed aluminum front panel and smooth moving sliders, it does not only emanate quality but also robustness and preciseness.

The Adjust 108 Fan Controller manages a total of six fans with a maximum of 36W per channel, while grouped three by three for ease of use. With a bi-color LED beneath each of the six sliders, the controller shows the speed of the fan not only by the slider itself but also through the color of the LED; white indicates a low RPM and blue a high RPM.
Key features
  • Stylish, minimalistic front in aluminum
  • 6 channels
  • One LED per channel
  • Intensity jumper for the LEDs
  • Uses only one 5.25" bay
For more information, please refer to the datasheet (PDF).
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6 Comments on Fractal Design Launches New Fan Controller, the Adjust108

Fishfaced Nincompoop
That's quite nice. And if I ever buy a fan control again this will be the one. But PRICES!
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Fractal really do know how to make clean looking parts.

Really miss my Define XL case...
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NZXT sells a Sentry Mesh 5 channel fan controller that's capable of 30W per channel for like $25 or less. I wonder how much they'll charge for this, which isn't that much better.
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~Technological Technocrat~
Wonder what the price will be like compared to the NZXT Sentry Mix which has 50w per channel
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Lamptron FC9 also has 50W per channel with 4x ports. Although its quality does not look that great so I never bothered to get one. But this one looks mighty clean but thats just a CAD drawing. We'll have to see what it really looks like when it ships.
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holy sentry batman ...i wonder what they'll copy nzxt???
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