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Monday, 07 July 2008 19:08

Lian Li announces stylish fan controller

Written by Slobodan Simic

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TR-5 for four fans

Lian Li has announced its own fan controller, the TR-5. The new fan controller will blend perfectly in any Lian Li case that comes in black or silver color and has a free 5.25-inch bay. This is basically the whole point of this new contraption: too often do we see beautiful machines ruined by fan controllers and similar add-ons.

The TR-5 fan controller features an LCD screen, four temperature probes and has the ability to control up to four fans, either automatically or manually. The time and date is also present on the LCD and the new TR-5 can show the temperatures in both degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit, so it will do fine on both sides of the pond.

The new fan controller should be available soon at a suggested price of US $35 or €29 in Euroland.

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