Corsair allows you to control your fans with a new device

Corsair allows you to control your fans with a new device

The acclaimed computer hardware maker Corsair has launched the Corsair Link Commander Mini air-flow control unit. The new device supersedes the earlier first generation Commander and brings a number of new features and innovations for even better experience.

The device gives you direct control over up to six fans, supports up to one RGB LED lightning chain and has connectors for up to four thermistors – all this is inside a small box that has an internal USB 2.0 header and that gets powered by a single SATA power lead.

A new feature worth mentioning is that the Link Commander Mini features fan voltage control in the hardware and there’s also voltage control as well as fan speed control. If you need to use more than six fans you can always connect a Cooling Node module to the device. It supports five more fans.

No word on pricing and the commercial availability of the Corsair Link Commander Mini but we suspect the device will be on the market soon.

Source: Corsair

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