NZXT Sentry Mix Fan Controller
|NZXT Sentry Mix Fan Controller|
|Specs, Testing and More|
|Conclusion and BCCRating|
Today I will be reviewing the NZXT’s Sentry Mix Fan controller, the latest in a long line of computer products released by this well established company. The Sentry Mix is their fifth offering in the world of fan control and we've actually looked at all of them here at BCCHardware.
NZXT, a company built upon gamer's dreams, hopes to create products that put consumers first. With the objective of designing unique products catered for hardware enthusiasts and gamers, NZXT has grown into a globally renowned brand recognized for dedication towards creating the next great gaming product. NZXT has won numerous awards from media and publications from across the globe with a product line spanning from gaming chassis, power, and gaming input devices. As a corporation formed by gamers, NZXT continues to expand into new horizons and push the limits further with each product unveiling.
Our dedicated sales and customer service team will work diligently to earn your trust and loyalty. All our products are built with high quality material and engineered in the best conditions.
NZXT products are designed and engineered in the United States and manufactured overseas in China and Taiwan.
NZXT was established in 2004 in Los Angeles, California.
The NZXT Sentry Mix fan controller arrived in a typical cardboard box that is modestly stylized. The graphics on the box look good and give the feel that this is a product I would want to install in my rig. Upon opening, I could see that this fan controller was also protected by a plastic bag - further keeping wayward elements away from this product.
Packed in the box, aside from the Sentry Mix, were installation instructions and a small bag of mounting screws.
Construction of the Sentry Mix is pretty standard. It consists of a plastic body and control sliders, as well as, a rubberized matte black face. Each slider is numbered to easily keep track of which fan you are adjusting.
On the next page we'll take a look at the specifications and drop this into a system and see what it's all about.