Scythe Announces Kaze Master Ace

"Kaze Master Ace - The premium fan controller "

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Scythe Announces Kaze Master Ace
 
The Japanese cooling specialist Scythe Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan) unveils the Kaze Master Ace. This fan controller is nothing else but the premium version of the popular and award-winning fan controller Kaze Master.

For the production of this product, only noble materials have been used. The brushed aluminum front accentuates the blue illuminated VFD display in an optimal way. By the material of the front panel, the Kaze Master Ace fits in every high-quality aluminum case perfectly.

Hardware enthusiasts have the choice: The Kaze Master Ace comes in two versions, one for the 5.25 "and one for 3.5" bay. The larger version allows the monitoring of four temperature sensors while controlling four fans, the smaller version offers perfect control of two fans and two temperature sensors.

The Kaze Master Ace has acoustic and visual security features, which alerts the user on fan failure or too high temperatures. With one of the temperature sensors exceeds the value of 75 ° C (165 F) or a failure of the temperature sensors occors, there is an acoustic warning issued. Additionally, the VFD display notifies the user by a blinking of the affected value. Using a jumper on the back of the Kaze Master Ace, the audible warning can be disabled completely.

The Kaze Master Ace has lots of other practical features: The temperature values can be shown both in ° C as well as in ° F, the fans can be controlled independently from 12 V to 3.7 V control - a complete turning off of the Fan is also possible. The user has the choice between high performance / high fan speed and ultra-silent operation of his system.

The "small" 3.5" version of the Kaze Master Ace is for an MSRP of 31.50 € (excl. VAT) / US$ 35.80 (excl. Tax) commercially available, the 5.25" version for 38.50 € (excl. VAT) / US$ 44.00 (excl. Tax) is now commercially available.

 
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28-10-2008, 10:21:56

Luigi

That's a really nice looking mat actually, and it looks really comfortable. Great little review Tom :)



Thank you :) And thanks for helping me out with the upload as well :) Much appreciated.

28-10-2008, 11:22:21

Talonaer
in need of a new matt and thisfalls eprfectly in my size (big for photoshop) and price requirements
down to yoyotech after lectures 2moro it is :)
i spend most days just over the road from them and yet have still not been in to have a browse, 2moro is gonna make me wish I had a bigger overdraft lol

28-10-2008, 11:27:55

Luigi

in need of a new matt and thisfalls eprfectly in my size (big for photoshop) and price requirements
down to yoyotech after lectures 2moro it is :)
i spend most days just over the road from them and yet have still not been in to have a browse, 2moro is gonna make me wish I had a bigger overdraft lol



Nice, its a good buy :) I was very impressed, and its a steel for the price.

28-10-2008, 18:09:10

Jim

in need of a new matt and thisfalls eprfectly in my size (big for photoshop) and price requirements
down to yoyotech after lectures 2moro it is :)
i spend most days just over the road from them and yet have still not been in to have a browse, 2moro is gonna make me wish I had a bigger overdraft lol



Say HI to them for us :p

30-10-2008, 16:39:19

Diablo
It looks like a good price, but thanks to the wonder of the steelseries sx, I won't be going back to fabric for a looong time. A good mousemat is a really good investment, the step up from the leather asus freebies to a decent one, especially with a good mouse is immeasuarble.

30-10-2008, 16:41:56

Luigi

It looks like a good price, but thanks to the wonder of the steelseries sx, I won't be going back to fabric for a looong time. A good mousemat is a really good investment, the step up from the leather asus freebies to a decent one, especially with a good mouse is immeasuarble.



Yeah, its something you dont consider, but once you have it you find it hard to go without.

30-10-2008, 17:37:56

Talonaer
havent got down yet, might have time 2moro in a lunch break, otherwise will be in a week or two.
want to add my £0.02 on this thing :)

12-06-2009, 05:24:35

Txnnok
It says behemoth mouse, but is it really a large mouse. I have the mx518 like listed in the pic up above with behemoth mouse pad, but it is tiny tiny in my hand. I pretty much always have enough space for my first two fingers and half my palm hangs off the back side of the mouse.

I was just wondering if anyone knew or has been through this. I know I cant bee the only one.


edit: oops,I meant to put this in the behemoth mouse thread, not the mouse pad thread. If any one cares to move, please do. Not sure that it matters though.

12-06-2009, 05:25:39

Luigi
Sorry, I dont quite understand you there?

12-06-2009, 05:28:54

Txnnok
sorry put in edit while you posting, hope that helps or I can clarify.
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