First, the unit was installed into a 5. Take note, however, that the FP may have trouble fitting into tool-less cases, for it can only be secured with the four screw-holes two on each side provided. The temperatures and fan speeds are updated by the second, and the alarms keep your components from burning up. Click on the Thumbnail for a Larger Image. Its in-1 card reader are fantastic for the widest variety of cards, though strangely, SD cards must be inserted upside-down, and the Vista software wouldn’t even let us read our test SD cards. The FP can be purchased from Newegg.
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We’ll now take a look again at the buttons on the front panel. The flip-panel design your screen from being broken in transport, and allows for a large panel to fit into a single bay.
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The screen should have power now, and you can see the temperatures of the case, along with the fan speeds, and HDD activity. Once the card manager was installed on an XP machine, the software was quite easy to use. Testing the Aerocool FP was quite simple:. The FP can be purchased from Newegg.
Aerocool FP-01 LCD Display
Have we mentioned is simply looks cool. Click on the Thumbnail for a Larger Image. This screen has the capability to display 3 different temperatures through the use of three included thermal probes, as well as the current RPM of three fans. Insert the Driver CD and let it go to work.
Once turned on, the OS finds the new hardware and asks to install it. Aerocoil FP was created with only the bottom set of mounts which can complicate things for those with tool-less cases in which the drive bays 5.
Once the pox is opened up, the FP, driver CD, manual, and bag of cables are arranged inside of a plastic bin to dampen vibrations and shaking inside the box. The only downside is that the design of the FP may not fit into tool-less cases.
This fantastic creation sits in a standard 5. When the COPY button is pressed, the C-Media software automatically pulls the contents off of the most recently inserted card onto the desktop. The plugs are located in the following order: We areocool see why Aerocool did not integrate a top set of mounting holes into the design simply by taking a quick look at the side of the FP in which you can see that these holes would interfere with the rails which carry the flip out LCD.
With the afrocool installed, the computer can now be booted up. The alarms are very easy to set, and are awrocool loud when they go off. The side profile aerocoo the FP shows there are a couple of places the display can be secured. Vp has graciously sent us their FP multifunction display. First, the unit was installed into a 5. There are many cables included in the box, and the software included with the FP has an update button, which should allow every user’s PC aerocoo handle the latest media.
As we mentioned the LCD panel is quite crisp and easy to read. You can program the alerts to flash the caution light if temperatures get too low.
Aerocool ‘s FP is s fantastic product for the common user. Those with Cooler Master and Thermaltake cases are in luck as their tool-less cases often have plastic retainers that keep the 5.
For the truely fo at heart this may be a must have product. Aerocool makes an updated Vista version of this software available. The SD card problems and software issues should be fixed in due time.
Take note, however, that the FP may have trouble fitting into tool-less cases, for it can only be secured with the four screw-holes two on each side provided.
For an XP machine, the FP is about as good as it could get, and I recommend this product to anyone who is looking for a new multifunction panel for their latest rig. Its in-1 card fpp are fantastic for the widest variety of cards, though strangely, SD cards rp be inserted upside-down, and the Vista software wouldn’t even let us read our test SD cards. The temperatures can be switched back and forth between Celsius and Fahrenheit.