NZXT Sentry Temperature Controllerrobgs - June 18, 2007
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Once powered up, you can see that the LCD display is a cool blue color, which is nice because it matches the rest of my system.
The first thing I’ll set is the date and time. The instructions say to press and hold the “mode” button, until the year of the date starts flashing. Then use the “Alarm C/F” button to set the date. When you are finished, pressing the “mode” button again advances you to the next component to adjust - the time. After the time is set, if you press the “mode” button again, you will be able to set the time for the alarm.
Finally, if you press the “mode” button three more times, you can set the CPU, SYS and HDD high-temperature alarms respectively. Basically, the alarm set-point will flash off and on under each of the three labels.
With all of the wiring installed and the Sentry programmed, we are now ready to heat things up.