Fractal Design Adjust 108 Fan Controller Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
Today we are taking a look at the Adjust 108 Fan Controller from Fractal Design, which on the face of it is a simple six channel fan controller, but being a Fractal Design product it has no doubt got a few subtle style touches to be found.
Fractal Design are quickly working their way to the top of my favourites list in terms of product design, I still think their Fractal R4, Node 304 and Node 605 are some of the finest chassis’ on the market for their respective categories and in my mind the name Fractal Design is synonymous with high quality products, something that I have reflected on many a time in previous reviews of their products, all of which have proven themselves worthy of various eTeknix awards.
Fan controllers are by nature fairly simple devices, in the sense that they have one intended function. Sure some products on the market find all kinds of complex and creative methods of performing this task, but the end result should always be the same, a method of maximising cooling efficiency, or minimising fan noise with ease.
- Stylish, minimalistic front in aluminum
- 6 channels
- One LED per channel
- Uses only one 5.25″ bay
- Intensity jumper for the LEDs
- Vertical sliders
- 36W per channel
- Shifting LEDs
- SATA power connector
With the technical specifications out of the way, let’s dive in and take a closer look at what Fractal Design have to offer to the fan controller market.