NZXT Unveils Sentry LX Fan Controller

NZXT Unveils Sentry LX High-Performance Fan Controller

New Aluminum Fan Controller Features 5 Temperature Probes, Alarm System, Intuitive Interface and LCD Display

El Monte, CA – July 1st, 2008 – NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the Sentry LX, a high-performance aluminum fan controller. Sentry LX boasts a robust feature set providing gamers and PC enthusiasts with the optimal setup for monitoring and adjusting temperatures throughout the PC.

  • Simple Installation – Sentry LX slides easily into any dual 5.25” drive bay
  • Complete Control – 5 Temperature Probes keep tabs on all areas of your system while the 5 Fan controllers adjust the fans’ RPM speed
  • Auto/Manual Modes – Allows users to automatically adjust the fan speeds to correspond to a specific temperature or manually set your system for extreme overclocking capabilities or absolute silence
  • Temperature Alarm – Instant notification if temps rise above a designated point
  • Intuitive Interface and LCD Display – NZXT’s ergonomic interface design allows you to customize your airflow on the fly
  • Sleek Design – Aluminum plated front panel is designed to match any high-end chassis

"For power users and silent users alike, Sentry LX is a phenomenal way to achieve full control and monitoring capabilities for your PC’s entire cooling system , ” said Johnny Hou, Chief Designer at NZXT.  Retailing for $59.99, the new Sentry LX high-performance fan controller will be available in July.


Via:  NZXT
rapid1 6 years ago
Looks like a very nice fan controller for a decent price I would love to hear from anyone who's used one of these. I might throw one of these in the new box to.
squid267 6 years ago
I hope the view angle is larger than the older sentry. Looks good tho.
MikeL_HH 6 years ago
Judging from the two angled pics, the readable horizontal view angle doesn't look too spectacular.
stubblep00 6 years ago
to be honest the left panel of info showing date/time could be replaced by something much more useful. like a card reader or even a graphical equiliser, or lots and lots of USBs, beautiful USBs (cackles)
amdcrankitup 6 years ago
I think this will find its way into my rig looks good and functional maybe!?
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