Temperature (External) gauges. 6 replies

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Aurora-[NZ]

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#1 14 years ago

I know you can get software for temperature gauges etc, so you can watch your temperature on vid card/CPU etc. But i noticed on this hotbox something that looks similar to one, but I really don't know what it is? Any ideas? Where could I get on if it is a temperature gauge?




Σl.Ðestructo

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#2 14 years ago

I think it is either a temp guage or just a light panel, what's up with the colors on the case, like did it just come out of a microwave?

You could try a computer store, not like Harvey Morons but the smaller ones, they've had them all the time where I go, or at a computer swapmeet, do they have those in NZ?




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#3 14 years ago

I got this :p musketeer-2.jpg Temperature, volt & audio signal front panel.

You can find them in the stores that sell computer bling-bling. Haha :p




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#4 14 years ago

Sheesh, thats hot Glasius. How easy/hard are they to install?

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/acatalog/Coolermaster.html <=== Check the very bottom one, is that a black version of yours?




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#5 14 years ago

I got that black one, couldnt find a site that allowed me to hotlink the black model. They arnt hard to install at all, just a few wires depending on how many fans and temperature diodes your monitoring.




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#6 14 years ago

Nik, I see those panels that Glasius has on ebay all the time. There's also some online shops like the one you're getting that PSU from that sell panels like that and others. Here's one that I have. It's called an Aerogate II by Coolermaster. It has four fan controllers with RPM monitoring support and you can adjust the speed of the fan even if the fan itself doesn't have an adjuster. It also comes with four temperature probes that you can put on your cpu, ram, vga, hdd or whatever you want. It will also alert you when a particular fan stops working or drops below 1000 RPM. They come in silver, but I disassembled mine and painted the faceplate black to match my comp then reassembled it. It looks like it came that way.




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#7 14 years ago
Operative34997Nik, I see those panels that Glasius has on ebay all the time. There's also some online shops like the one you're getting that PSU from that sell panels like that and others. Here's one that I have. It's called an Aerogate II by Coolermaster. It has four fan controllers with RPM monitoring support and you can adjust the speed of the fan even if the fan itself doesn't have an adjuster. It also comes with four temperature probes that you can put on your cpu, ram, vga, hdd or whatever you want. It will also alert you when a particular fan stops working or drops below 1000 RPM. They come in silver, but I disassembled mine and painted the faceplate black to match my comp then reassembled it. It looks like it came that way.

Hmmmm. I'll have a look at these. Is it a set Operative? Does it come with fans also? What is this one worth? Also if I were to buy one, would it be considered Cooling, or....?