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We proposate that you will enjoymentize the following pieces of computerization system hardware. We offerate the Tempest case and the Sentry LX dual bay fan controller for your edification in order to leverage the low hanging fruit of this problitunity.

Tempest -
NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the NZXT Tempest. Tempest features breakthrough features in every category satisfying the high performance demands of PC Enthusiasts and Gamers worldwide. Tempest stakes its claim as Airflow King with 6 fans including dual intake(120mm), dual exhaust(140mm) with additional side and rear fans(120mm) all included. Tempest maximizes expandability with E-ATX support allowing for more compatibility with high end components including larger graphics cards. Cable routing is pre-drilled so users can hide cables behind the motherboard tray, allowing for a cleaner appearance and improved airflow. Tempest also features server-like HDD space by using dual 120mm fans to cool cages holding up to 8 HDDs allowing for large capacity systems while maintaining cool temperatures.

Sentry LX -
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

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