Ease of setup came with everything i needed to set it up. Magnetic back to stick to the case small easy to place.
USB's are not too tight nor are they loose, the audio jacks wok perfectly and the case fit is perfect with a little play to move back and forth to adjust with the front of different cases. Installed in a Mid-tower I had plenty of cable to reach on a full ATX MoBo.
Has its own sensor so I can control what spot is used to detect temperature. Exactly what I was looking for!
Solves fan surge and temperature reading issues with TT software. Syncs your rgb with your motherboard and/or case. With some series of products this will remove the need for 2 controllers and replace it with one. Shallow in profile.
It works, powering six 40mm fans in a 1U case.
very helpful if your motherboard doesn't have on board ARGB capability's
Controls my fans nicely. Blue LED on the controller changes intensity with the speed control. This is happenstance, but in my particular layout there are some USB ports in the slot below this, so that blue light ends up shining through them a little bit, meaning my USB ports are lit up. Sure makes finding them a lot easier.
USB 3.0 front panel ports, works great and feel very sturdy when pluging in devices.
Combo USB-2, USB-3, and USB-C (at USB-3 speeds). Mounting holes on bottom of tray allow for mounting 2,5" drive and connecting to the board thru the supplied adapter. I'm not using that feature because I haven't run out of SATA connectors, but if you needed it it's there. Even though the USB-C is not native and runs at USB-3 speeds, it's nice to have the capability to connect a USB-C device.
It comes with double sided foam tape so you can mount it. Fan control wheel works really good as well.
just like it's suppose to
-It's a no frills, cheap 3-pin fan controller -You can adjust the power from OFF to 100%.
Lets you control four 3-pin fans, each one individually. That's why I got this! Other fan controllers I've found had only one knob, I like having four knobs.