This is not only the best non-LCD fan controller to date, but I believe the best of any fan controller that I’ve ever reviewed. It’s simple, easy to use, and quick to install. You can use only the cables you need or you can choose to leave them attached.
Excerpt: NZXT‘s newest fan controller eschews touchscreens, blinking lights, and complexity for five sliders – also known as linear potentiometers. Both elegant and simple, the Sentry Mesh fits in without standing out – especially on the many enthusiast cases with steel mesh front panels.
Summary: The NZXT Sentry Mix is simple and powerful. It does nothing more than manually control fans, but there are not many products in the market able to handle 50 W per channel.
If your fans are not so powerful, however, you can look for products with more features and a lower price.
Summary: Conclusion: In conclusion I would definitely recommend the Sentry Mix to any computer enthusiast that has an interest in controlling their fans. The design of the product is simple yet effective.
Pros: 50W per channel, Unique rubber face plate, Multiple LED colors, Simple to install and use
Excerpt: Today we look at the Sentry Mesh fan controller from NZXT . I had hoped to look at it a few months ago, but due to an issue with the initial test sample things got delayed. I want to set this out clearly up front as my review may not follow a linear format, some of the info provided will refer to...
Summary: The NZXT Sentry Mesh Fan Controller is one of the best looking, functional and affordable fan controllers on the market today. The mesh front along with the sliders for controlling the fans look incredible. Also, this fan controller is cable of 30W per channel.
Conclusion: IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time. The author's experience with the product may differ significantly from your own.
Pros: 50 Watts per channel, 6 channels, Easy Installation
Cons: Watt rating exceeds Molex Rating., No PWM channel(s), No Temp or RPM monitoring., No Stall detection or Alarms, Faulty Slider on Channel 6, No 4 Pin Molex Adapters to fit majority of case fans., Widely varying output voltages.