Summary: This board is the best you're going to get for the money. I built my system from the case up. Put in Corsair Vengeance 32GB (4x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800), EVGA GeForce GTX760 FTW with ACX Cooler 4GB GDDR5 256Bit Dual-Link GPU, Asus BC-12B1ST 12X SATA Blu-ray Combo Internal DVD+/-RW Drive, Intel Core i7-3930K Hexa-Core Processor 3.2 Ghz 12 MB Cache LGA 2011, Corsair Professional Series HX 1050 Watt ATX/EPS Modular 80 PLUS Gold, NZXT Aperture M Internal 5.25-Inch Mesh...
Summary: Installation took about 10 minutes with no problems at all in my mid tower Coolermaster Elite case. The wires are very long for the probes and the fans and will reach wherever you need them to. Computer looks amazing and complete now. Had no problems with alarms going off as others have complained about. Maybe they had a dead battery or something minor but either way you can turn alarms off. I set mine to auto and my computer is whisper silent now.
Summary: I live in a warm climate and have overheated computers and wrecked video cards when fans died and I didn't realize, etc., so this has given me a lot of peace of mind. I've been using it over a year now with no problems paired with Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Full Tower Case with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (RC-932-KKN5-GP) .
Summary: I purchased 2 of these way back when. Haven't had any issues. Pros: Battery last a good while, wires are long enough to reach case components, an 5 fan RPM readings are pretty close. If you need longer wires, normal wire splicing works accurately. I spliced a lead and attached it to same area as an unspliced wire> same temp reading. Con: Not really a problem, but might wanna keep instructions in a safe place. I hadn't messed with it since set-up.
Summary: I installed this into my first computer build. The installation was easy, and without incident. The interface was able to control most if not all of my fans as well as gave me real time temp. sensor readings. By far the best fan controler I have research and installed thus-far.
Summary: I saw this on every other ad in computer magazines and had to have it... im not disappointed, it looks amazing in my Antec 1200 case. The fan controllers and temp guages look fantastic, but the Date/Time on the left looks kind of crappy to be honest. Its alarm clock style numbers and unless your looking right at it, it looks distorted and hard to read. Its nice and bright too...
Pros: Looks really good, Well Made
Cons: The clock and date display isnt very sharp, No on/off button for the display
Summary: Very useful to configure all my 10 fans in my computer and watching the temperature. Very recommended for people who want to change for performance vs quiet fans. My Corsair 300R Carbide looks very cool in front.
Pros: - Stylish, - Works well, - Easy to use and install
Summary: I know that this model has battery issue but I guess NZXT resolve that problem with including Lithium ion battery(which is rechargerable!!!!!) instead of DR or CR2032. Mine came with LI battery and has no problem at all. another thing is that the fan connectors are all 3 pin, no 4 pin adoptor included, but I have fans from Bitfenix which are 3pins so it's all good! LED screen is very clear and no dead pixel was found on mine. Happy that I bought this product.
Summary: this is my second one to buy, i loved it so much i bought another one to go with my second gaming computer that i can use when i go outa town. it really dresses up the case and does a great job at running the case fans. the clock is kinda iffy though, it sometimes resets when i turn the computer off when im away. prbly the battery might be dead or low, shouldn't be a problem replacing.