Since the dawn of the computer era started, the need of fans has become as necessary to use as the heat sinks we use to cool our computer components. As chassis become bigger they are able to handle a larger amount of fans. The need to limit the amount of noise the fans produce has become a top priority for most of us computer users.
Fan controllers are a perfect candidate for us users to help limit the amount of noise these fans make by adjusting the amount of voltage to each fan we hook up therefore dropping the amount of noise that the fans make. Fan controllers also gives us another ability of organizing all of our fan wires in a more organized manner increasing overall air flow in the chassis, at the same time tiding up the interior of our chassis.
NZXT has come up with a rather unique fan controller that not only controls five fans, but also allows us to monitor up to five component temperatures. The Sentry 2 fan controller is a touch sensitive fan controller that allows us to manually adjust the fan speed or allows the fan controller to control the fans automatically in conjunction with the temperature probes.