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Cooler Master Aerogate II Thermal Controller

The new Aerogate II Thermal Controller is a fine product from Cooler Master. In addition to its designed purpose of monitoring system temperatures and control fan speeds, the Aerogate II also adds a touch of style to any case.

The Aerogate II had a few issues in the past, but this new revision appears to have most of them resolved. The remaining small issues are easily fixed by the end-user.

As such, I would definitely recommend this thermal controller to anyone who wants more than just a plain panel with four knobs!

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Dimensions • 150 mm long
• 43 mm wide
• 62 mm high
Net Weight • 122 g
• 0.296 lb
Display • LCD with blue backlight
Device Fan Size • 40 x 40 x 20 mm
Temperature Monitor Range • 0° C - 90° C ±3%
• 32° F - 194° F ±3%
Fan Input • 12V, 1A ± 5%
• 5V, 0.5A ± 5%
Fan Output • 7-12V, 1A
Package Contents • Cooler Master Aerogate II Thermal Controller
• Four thermal probes
• Three fan extension cables
• One Molex-to-floppy converter
• Pack of screws
• Pack of adhesive tapes
• User manual 


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