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Aerocool Strike X Fan Controller Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: June 2, 2011
Page: 2 of 6
The Aerocool Strike X

The fan controller uses two 5.25" bays. It has two USB ports, a pair of headset connectors at the bottom, and a touchscreen at the center. The red frame shown in Figure 3 can be exchanged for a black one that comes with the product, in order to match your preference. Figure 4 displays the controller with the blank frame installed.

Aerocool Strike X
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Figure 3: Front panel

Aerocool Strike X
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Figure 4: Front panel with black frame

Figure 5 presents the rear side of the controller, revealing the circuit board. All the cables are connected to the device with removable connectors, but the temperature sensors have the connectors glued to the board.

Aerocool Strike X
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Figure 5: Rear side

Figure 6 exhibits the side of the controller, where you see the holes for the screws.

Aerocool Strike X
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Figure 6: Side view

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