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AnthonyJ

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i dont know quality from cheap in these things. can someone recommend me a few
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I am running both of these with no problems on 2 different computers.

On an Athlon 3000 computer.
http://www.directron.com/nxp305sl.html

I also have a thermotake 2 fan controller witha small LED display which i cannot find for sale anymore. I did find this one which i do like.

http://www.nexfan.co...fanspcopas.html

And another one i liked while trying to find my thermotake was this silverstone kit in 80 and 92 MM.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16835220009

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alright, i would rather for the 5.25" bay, as i only have one 3.5" bay (has floppy in it)
also is there any controllers that like screw down on the wire? like an amp on car? also would like a recommendation on a 5.25" or floppy card reader. and a vista capible sound card. my sound card not work with it :whistling:
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Antec makes fans with controllers built on them and they make quality products. The bad side of it is that you got to pop the case to adjust your speeds. After taking a quick look at their website it looks like it might be hard to pick out the ones that have speed control becuase its not a list in the features but you can see it in some of the pictures. I bought mine from a local store.

Edited by Titan8990, 22 March 2007 - 02:44 PM.

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Antec makes fans with controllers built on them and they make quality products. The bad side of it is that you got to pop the case to adjust your speeds. After taking a quick look at their website it looks like it might be hard to pick out the ones that have speed control becuase its not a list in the features but you can see it in some of the pictures. I bought mine from a local store.

yea i understand those but i would like a controller, main reason is the way my case is you have to slide the whole outside off to get in (all one peice no side panel)
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1 last question, does this look as if its worth it?
http://www.directron.com/sckm1000.html
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It's a matter of conjecture here. If you like it then its worth it, EH! Over the years i have bought many computer playtoys which i discarded. 4 port hubs, KVM switches, drawing tablets and many other items which i spent good money for . Some stuff i still use, others stuff never worked right and i set aside. Was it worth it? It was to me and thats all that counted.

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Edited by SRX660, 24 March 2007 - 03:09 AM.

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