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Fractal Announces New Fan Controller Adjust 108

The "Adjust 108" integrates six sliders that control up to six fans and a maximum level of 36 watts per fan.

The manufacturer focused on a minimalist styling of the 5.25-inch panel, but still found space to integrate LEDs to show fan speeds. White indicates a low RPM and blue a high RPM. The LEDs also support a two-level intensity jumper.

Fractal Design said that it will begin shipping the Adjust 108 in the beginning of September of this year. The suggested retail price is $34.95.

  • existencenow
    So.... clean and .... OMG finally... Goodbye Knobs!
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  • pharoahhalfdead
    I was looking for a new one to replace my NZXT Sentry that died less than 3 months after I got it.
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  • fancarolina
    What computer fan pulls 36 watts?
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  • wolley74
    wonder if it will come in white or silver as well, would be a nice change since your seeing a ton more white cases now
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  • robthatguyx
    FancarolinaWhat computer fan pulls 36 watts? when you splice more than one fan per channel
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  • draphius
    amperage is also a factor and it doesnt say in the article. imo if it cant handle a delta fan it doesnt belong in a computer
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  • becomecooler
    I wish they also integrated a duel 2.5" hdd/ssd mount in the back of these units to better use the space. Great look though!
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  • clownbaby
    becomecoolerI wish they also integrated a duel 2.5" hdd/ssd mount in the back of these units to better use the space. Great look though!Wattage=voltage x amperage therefore 36 watts at 12 volts = 4 amps.

    Not sure why a fan controller makes news. Though if it won't make my fans sing a whiny tune like the POS overpriced sunbeam unit I have now, I would buy one.
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  • clownbaby
    *correction.. 3amps. typing too fast!
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  • clownbaby
    wtf....tom's format always tricks me. was replying to
    draphiusamperage is also a factor and it doesnt say in the article. imo if it cant handle a delta fan it doesnt belong in a computer
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