Aero Cool Touch-2000 LCD Touch Screen Fan Controler Review


So what do you do when you want to start getting into controlling your fan speeds to optimize smooth airflow through your case? You get a fan controller. But what if you want to control multiple fans without having to place control knobs all over the front of your case, or if you want to actually know the speed of said fans. Or how about this, what if you just wanted to know the temperature of certain areas inside your case. Well with the Aero Cool Touch-2000 you can do just that. With its easy to use LCD touch screen you can monitor the temperatures of four areas inside your case of you’re choosing, as well as dialing specific fan RPMs all with a few touches. Let’s take a closer look at great looking and working digital fan controller:

Product Provided By: Aero Cool

Price: $64.99

Closer Look:

Aero Cool Touch-2000 LCD Touch Screen Fan Controller

 Aero Cool Touch-2000 In Action

Specifications:

  • Dimension – 149.5 (W) x85 (H) x 70(D) mm
  • LCD viewable area – 115 (W) x 57 (H) mm
  • Connectors – 4 x 3-pin connectors, 4 x heat sensors
  • Material – Brushed aluminum front bezel w/ steel bracket
  • Max wattage per fan channel – 6W

Features:

  • Large LCD screen (2 x 5.25” bays)
  • Innovative “Touch” LCD technology- Stylish “hair brushed” alum front panel w/ Diamond cutting
  • Monitors and controls 4 sets of temperature and fan speed individually
  • LCD backlight on/off
  • Switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit
  • Overheating alarm temperature warning
  • Fan working display
  • “Lock” function provided to prevent careless miss-touch
  • 1 x e-SATA , 2 x USB , Mic & Headphone

Conclusion:

If I had to use a single word to describe the Aero Cool Touch-2000 Touch Screen Fan Controller it would be amazing. While I found that getting it positioned just right so it wasn’t too far back that it was sunken into the front, and that it wasn’t too far forward that it wouldn’t be loose, and then connecting all the fans and finding places to place the heat sensors took some time, I still find that it was well worth the effort. At a quick glance I can get an accurate reading of the temp from four separate sectors inside the case at once, also with the easy to use touch screen accurately telling you how fast our fans are spinning I thought made for a great combination. The only real problem I had with it was that I found the “legs “where a little too short and that I had a hard time getting it to lock into place with my tool less case. One more thing that I found of interest is that even after shut down, say overnight, it still remembers your alarms and fan speeds that you have set.

So I guess the big question is would I recommend this? Well are you either a computer enthusiast or just starting out? Either way I think I would recommend it. For some out there, like how I used to be, they just want their fans to run and do what they were built for and that’s to just move air. For others out there they want to find just the perfect combination of fans and speeds to optimize the air flow inside their case this is what I have found to be one of the easiest and most accurate ways to be able to control multiple fan control knobs all over your computer case.

Pros:

  • Looks Great
  • Easy to Use Touch Screen

Cons:

  • I Wish the “Legs” Where Longer

 

 

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