How does PST lower the
temperature of the entire case?
CPU and VGA cards nowadays generate increasing amount of heat which leads to
high case ambient temperature. Some users will use more case fans to cool down
the case. However, this will produce more noise, and energy will be wasted as
all fans run at full speed even after the case temperature is lowered.
Using the new Arctic F Pro PWM fan can solve these problems without any hassles.
Firstly, with PWM signal, the fan runs at necessary speed according to the CPU
load. Furthermore, thanks to the innovative patented PST function, up to 5 fans
(including CPU fans) can be connected to the Arctic F Pro PWM fan. The speed of
all the fans in this PST system is now centrally controlled by a single PWM
signal via BIOS.
As a result, when the system load increases, all fans in the PST system will run
faster to lower the case temperature. Likewise, when the load is low, fan speed
will be lower at a necessary speed for sufficient cooling.