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Lamptron Fan Controller Roundup

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Posted September 12, 2011 by Jake in Cooling
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Introduction

Cooling is an issue that always concerns us when it comes to computers. Whether running stock settings or overclocking things, heat is the enemy. There is always going to be heat generated in your system, so how do we attempt to control it? You and I know now that there is a vast amount of ways to accomplish this whether it’s faster or bigger fans, or water cooling for example. But what would be the easiest or more reliable and cost effective way for you to accomplish this?

One of these that come to mind is really quite simple, and that’s to work with the system fans. Fans are probably the cheapest and easiest solution to improve or adjust cooling throughout your system. But running fans at full bore all the time can leave us with noise problems and in most cases cool and quiet cannot coexist together, but there is a solution and a balance to be had.

And the way to accomplish this is to control the speed and airflow strategically to the different parts of your case. This is where Lamptron fits in providing you with several simple cost effective solutions that are not only pleasing to the eye but functional as well, by giving you a multitude of options and features with several different types of controllers to fit your budget as well as your needs. So join us as we see what the three types of fan controllers from Lamptron have to offer.

Lamptron develops and markets the next generation of high performance computer peripherals using the latest technology that enables a new level of interaction between the end-user and their personal computer. Products developed are through a combination of proprietary technology, innovation and ergonomic industrial design.

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