The LCD glows a nice blue color that is clearly visible through a case window, regardless of room brightness. All pertinent information is easy to decipher and interpret, while the audible alarm is certainly loud enough to be heard should any failures occur. During our testing, we also found that the temperature readout is pretty accurate, as it never strayed more than one degree off what we monitored independently. Swapping between modes is literally as easy as pushing a button and the Domino reacts almost instantly, adjusting fan and speed clearly.
Intel Core i7 965 Extreme Editon @ 3.60Ghz
AMD Athlon X2 5000+ Black Edition @ 3.05Ghz
Asus P6T Deluxe
Kingston Hyper-X 3x1GB PC1800 DDR3 RAM
OCZ Reaper 2x4GB PC8500 5-5-5 DDR2 RAM
ATI Radeon X1800
Western Digital 300GB SATAII
Lite-On LH-20A1S DVDRW
Temperatures were monitored using a Ray-Tek temperature gun, while sound levels were all measured at one foot distance to simulate real-world conditions.