Tagan teams with NVIDIAs ESA

"Tagan is now research and development partner with NVIDIA's ESA"

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Tagan Technology co, the leading manufacturer of high end power supply unit, is proud to announce as the research and develop partner with NVIDIA’s ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture) system control launch.

Tagan’s technology along with NVIDA’s extensive engineering has developed a solution to give system artificial intelligence. ESA monitors and controls system temperature, current, and voltage regulation automatically.

This architecture monitors and auto adjust water cooling, chassis cooling, and most important of all, power regulation throughout the entire system. This technological achievement allows real time system monitoring and manages all vital components to achieve optimal over clocking, gaming, and performance. “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.”--Vincent Chen, CEO of Tagan Technology Co.


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.

Two great companies come together, the result has to be amazing! Please discuss on our forum.
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Most Recent Comments

23-11-2007, 08:31:17

Case locks are really made for LAN parties so people aren't tempted to take your components, but yes they're a bit pointless

23-11-2007, 11:01:42

Lol, tbf, if you didnt notice a part was gone, its your own fault :P... hmm i swear there was a PSU there before! But yes, a chain, linked through the rear of the pc, and then a wall bracket put into brick, would be a good detterent. If it was in plaster they'd probably rip it out.

23-11-2007, 11:13:25

could mount everything inside the case with rubber fixing and run a couple thousand volts through the chassis :p

23-11-2007, 14:05:01

Until you wanted to turn the bugger on :)

23-11-2007, 14:12:06

do it with a wooden stick :p

23-11-2007, 15:18:35

ok, i'll just turn on my electrified super pc.... *BWWWOOOEEEEEWWW BZZZZZZZZ* Power grid for local area goes pop.

23-11-2007, 23:18:21

Most of the case locks are cack anyway, picked both of my housemates thermaltake ones in a matter of seconds.

Saying that, a case lock would stop the family using my PC when i'm at uni.

24-11-2007, 04:18:28

im guessing they are locks kind of like cheapo padlocks, with say, 2 levers, that you can jimmy open with a paper-clip even if you have had no lockpicking experience beforehand.

24-11-2007, 06:13:56

Well, they're not lever locks, and a paper clip on its own doesn't really do the job, you need to apply tension too, but, a paper clip and a small screwdriver might work.

24-11-2007, 12:48:49

lol, i can open 3 out of 5 or so of the lock and key padlocks at school using only a paperclip, then shimmying it about for a minute or so.

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