One for the overclockers
Enthusiast System Architecture, developed using Tagan technology and NVIDIA's engineering, provides a solution that monitors and controls system temperature, current and voltage regulation automatically.
Providing the ability to auto adjust water cooling, chassis cooling and power regulation through a system, ESA provides system monitoring tools that overclockers alike will no doubt appreciate.
In an official press release, Vincent Chen, CEO of Tagan Technology Co. said "Tagan is proud to announce the new ESA industry specification, which allows users to monitor and control system temperature, power current, and voltage. ESA will allow anyone to pinpoint the exact system issue when other components are functioning properly, affording them the capability for isolating and then enhancing the operating environment."
"In order for the power supply to work flawlessly with the architecture, Tagan has implemented a new smart chip in its power supply to control the input/output of power and voltage for all vital components. With Tagan and NVIDIA’s ESA architecture, any system built with ESA certified components will be well regulated and perform at best setting."
The first power supplies to carry the ESA architecture will be based upon Tagan's current BZ modular LED PSUs. Though an official release date has yet to be confirmed, Tagan claim the "product will be released right after NVIDIA has finalised and fine tuned the software to perfection."
Official website: Tagan.com