I'd like to thank Thermaltake for providing us with the Hardcano 12 for review.
Today we take a look at the latest fan speed controller/temperature display offered from Thermaltake, the new Hardcano 12.
The Hardcano 12 comes complete with wiring, instruction manual, and the Hardcano itself.
The Hardcano can control the individual speeds of up to four fans and comes with four thermal sensors to keep track of the temperatures of your CPU, hard drive, or what have you.
The first thing that strikes you when you look at the Hardcano 12 is it looks like it belongs on a car's dash instead of a computer. It seems like Thermaltake has taken some of the styling cues from the automotive radio industry.
Above is a shot of the speed increase and decrease buttons, the mode button, and the Celsius/Fahrenheit preference selector.
Model: HardCano 12
Device Space: 5.25” driver device
Dimension: 148 x 42 x 166 mm
Backlight LCD Display:
Alarm Temp.Setting: 40 °C ,50 °C,60 °C,70 °C (60 °C default)
104 °F ,122 °F ,140 °F ,158 °F(140 °F default)
Temp. Setting: 20.0 °C ~ 80.0 °C (50 °C default)
Monitor Display Temp. Range: 23 °C ~ 89 °C (73 °F ~ 192 °F)
Fan Voltage Input: 12V
Material: Plastic and Aluminum Alloy