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Antec Fusion Black 430 Media Center Case & A/V Cooler Review

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To be able to configure your LCD screen, pop in the included software CD and follow the onscreen instructions to correctly install the software.






When the program is starting for the first time, it’ll give you the little warning as seen on the left. The first page of options that the program gives you is to select the font, size, speed, style, and direction of the text. You can also tell it when to run the program and if you want the LCD on when the program isn’t. Under the “Auto Mode” tab, you’ll be able to select the categories that you want the LCD to display as well as the date and time. “Graphic Equalizer” is where you can go to tell the program when you want the LCD to display the EQ.




“System Information” is the tab you’ll want to go to in order to change what information about your system is displayed on the LCD. I am satisfied with the current lineup so I’m going to leave that alone. You can get the LCD to check your email and display alerts if you have new mail by going to the “Email Check” tab. You can select one of the major cities that you live near so that the program can report to you the city's weather. To configure the volume knob on the case, you’ll want to go to the “System” section on the left-hand menu. Here you can tell the program the volume step you want the volume knob to have when you turn it.




Below, you can see a shot of the LCD screen showing my Windows information.


Now let's test the case and its temperatures!

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