|Product Dimensions||17.02 x 6.1 x 11.18 cm; 335.66 Grams|
|Item model number||AC-010-B51NAN-A1|
|Manufacturer||Thermaltake USA Direct|
|Standing screen display size||5.5 Inches|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item Weight||336 g|
Thermaltake Commander FT Touch Screen 5 Channel Single 5.25" Bay Cooling Fan Controller AC-010-B51NAN-A1
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- 5.5" Touch Screen Display, 3-Pin & 4-Pin connector, 5 channels, 10 watts per channel
- Fits in 5.25" single bay and comes with all necessary cables to connect up to 5 fans
- Performance and silent Modes for best cooling performance, automatically adjusts all fans to its fastest speed and ultimate airflow
- Auto and manual mode allow auto adjustment on all fans based on thermal sensor or user customization
- NOTE:Kindly review the videos under the image section and user manual under product details for set up and user guidance
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Take command with Thermaltake's first-ever touch screen fan controller, the Commander FT! Monitor temperatures and fan speeds for up to (5) individual 3-pin or 4-pin fans simultaneously. The expansive 5.5" touch screen-one of the largest available-makes interacting with it simple for auto, manual, performance, and silent operating modes to give you comprehensive control of fan cooling performance. Gain control over your systems cooling needs and give your chassis a professional look with the Commander FT by Thermaltake.
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I've owned it for almost a year and two months, and besides the alarm beeping, it's been great. The LEDs do seem to have dimmed somewhat over that period, but it could just be me. Now that I know about the jumper trick, I'd gladly buy another one, if the LEDs get too dim or it failed in another way.
First of all, the power cable included with this fan controller, the primary power input I should add which is supposed to handle 50 watts of power, is far too thin of a gauge of wire. I am more worried it'll burn up and based on some of the complaints, theirs have burnt up. This is the power cable that's the concern. For a fan it's fine, but for 5 fans and a controller, they are using the same thin wire, that's not enough.
Second, the display is an atrocity, but it does work, you just have to look closely at it. On cold boot, the display looks fine and bright, with all digits easy to read. But after a couple hours of use, the display becomes seemingly dim, and harder to read. See the picture I attached to this review to see what I am talking about. But, it isn't the backlite that's getting dim, it's the LCD elements that are actually fading. This makes it more of a chore to just look at my temps than I'd like it to be. As you can see in the pic, mine has gotten pretty dim and I've only had it for a week. That's not good, and my concern with the power cable inputs mean I might replace it already because I don't want issues later down the road with this.
As for the temp probe and where you're supposed to put it, the manual doesn't say where it should go, but honestly that's up to you. I taped the probe to the heat pipe for my CPU and I find it works perfect there. Fast response and does cool down the system pretty quick when the CPU is under load. The rubber tube the temp probe is in is only intended for use during shipping, you're supposed to take it off. I've noticed some people kept the tube on, you're not supposed to do that as it's thermally insulating the probe from the heat, and therefore won't work properly.
Anyway, it is easy to install otherwise, albeit the bezel is just ever so slightly larger than an actual drive, so it's a fairly tight fit in my SilverStone case. As for "Fan Noise" like Amazon is asking me, that's not up to the fan controller, that's up to the fans, and therefore that question from Amazon isn't appropriate to the product. Neither is "warmth" as this product is designed to cool your device, not warm it up.
Able to control 5 fans, each can be set to auto (based on included temp sensor) or manual with a set speed.
The wiring is REALLY small, very low gauge. My unit came with one wire broken from the molex connector. I was able to de-pin it and re-solder the wire.
The touch screen response is so so, with no audible feedback on if it registered your press or not.
It has a low/high setting for brightness, indoors low is really all you will need.
No matter if you choose auto or manual, it only shows the last fan selected status rather than say cycling thru them.
Ultimately I used the motherboards built in fan control for my build, but might include this on a system with no other options.
Individual control of five fans with RPM readouts
Temp sensor can be placed wherever you want to base fan speed on.
Low quality wiring will not hold up to much system tinkering.
Lack of feedback on screen presses, screen is very thin and changes colors when pressed.
Expected better from Thermaltake and at this price point.
Decent choice if you have no other fan controls but it's going to be a set and forget thing.
My only issue is the temperature sensor. It sits in a little tube and the sensor often gets pulled out which creates some issues.
Overally, the Commander FT Touchscreen controllwer does a great job at controlling my fans and cooling my case. It is made of good quality materials and I think it will last a while.