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Temperature controller?

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Jimbodiah

New Member
Joined
Dec 13, 2019
Location
EU
Is there an internal temperature controller on the market that lets you have your own sensor and then control PWM fans with a PID preferably?

I've seen the cheesy looking 5.25" controllers, but I have no bays.
 

Zerileous

Senior Member
Joined
Jun 21, 2002
yeah the aquaero6 is the gold standard. You can also use an external interface completely independent of the PC to control it. They also make QUADRO and OCTO "hubs" which behave much like controllers, only they are controlled via USB and software. They can both "target" a set temperature, but I'm not sure if they are technically PID or not. The aquaero can make virtual sensors (like deltaT over ambient) and then target a specific temperature on the virtual sensor.