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ADT7468 (sensor)
Added by ALMICO on 24 sep 2005
The ADT7468 dBCool controller is a thermal monitor and multiple PWM fan controller for noise sensitive or power sensitive applications requiring active system cooling. The ADT7468 can drive a fan using either a low or high frequency drive signal, monitor the temperature of up to two remote sensor diodes plus its own internal temperature, and measure and control the speed of up to four fans, so that they operate at the lowest possible speed for minimum acoustic noise. The automatic fan speed control loop optimizes fan speed for a given temperature. A unique, dynamic TMIN control mode enables the system thermals/acoustics to be intelligently managed. The effectiveness of the systemís thermal solution can be monitored using the THERM input. The ADT7468 also provides critical thermal protection to the system using the bidirectional THERM pin as an output to prevent system or component overheating.

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Power 9 3
Reliability 9 3
Ease of use 8 3
Features 9 3

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Features 26 sep 2011 7 LETHLSTHOTRODS i leave it set in speed 4 in system bios , in case software has a hickup it will kick into full speed untill shut down happened
Ease of use 26 sep 2011 6 LETHLSTHOTRODS havein difficulty in gettin rpm speeds however
Reliability 26 sep 2011 8 LETHLSTHOTRODS just set and forget ...
Power 26 sep 2011 7 LETHLSTHOTRODS draws very little cpu load according to my intruments
Features 14 jul 2010 9 HALFMAN
Ease of use 14 jul 2010 9 HALFMAN
Reliability 14 jul 2010 9 HALFMAN
Power 14 jul 2010 9 HALFMAN
Features 10 oct 2008 10 FOXY29
Ease of use 10 oct 2008 10 FOXY29
Reliability 10 oct 2008 10 FOXY29
Power 10 oct 2008 10 FOXY29


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