NZXT Grid+ Version 2 Internal Digital 6 Fan Controller
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• Custom fan naming allows you to effortlessly control specific individual fans using CAM software.
• Preset fan profiles allow easy control, while our custom fan profiles allow you to create your own fan curve and have GRID+ V2 raise/lower fan speeds based on temps.
• Full mobile control is planned to be released in 2016 on Android and iOS through our CAM Mobile platform.
• Keep your PC safe with built-in over/under-volt and short circuit protection.
• The small form factor of the GRID+ V2 allows you to discreetly install it anywhere in your case, making cable management easy.
• Model Number: AC-GRDP2-M1
• Material: Plastic
• Fan Control: Controlled via CAM Software
• Fan Connector Quantity: 6
• Maximum Combined Wattage: 30
• Mounting: 3M Dual Lock
• Input Connector: 12V with Molex 4-Pin connector
• Dimensions: 73mm x 18mm x 73mm
• Product Weight: 94.2g
• 5x Zipties
• 2x 3-Pin Female to 4-Pin/3-Pin Y extension cables
• 1x Molex to phone jack connector
• 1x Micro-USB cable
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 5th Mar 2007
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