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Old 7th November 2007, 15:32   #1
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Default Nvidia ESA is DOA?

NVIDIA HAS PUBLICLY released its specifications for a new hardware monitoring standard it is calling ESA - the 'Enthusiast System Architecture'. Unless the real meal deal is in the mainstream sector and in diagnosing hardware faults, we're pretty sure enthusiasts have their own backs covered on this one.
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Old 7th November 2007, 15:57   #2
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A bit premature I would say... I am hoping more memory manufacturers see this as more reason to include the optional temperature diodes in their DDR3 product specs.

So far (according to Dailytec) Dell, HP, NVIDIA, Alienware, Falcon Northwest, ASUS, Thermaltake, OCZ / PC Power & Cooling, and Gigabyte have stated they plan to release ESA products.
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