OCZ Technology Announce PCP&Cs Adoption of Enthusiast System Architecture

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OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and power supplies, today announced PC Power & Cooling’s adoption of ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture), the new and exciting initiative to enable PC components to communicate operational information in real-time and provide enthusiasts with unprecedented software control to manage the conditions within their high-end system. Working closely with NVIDIA®, PC Power helped make ESA a reality for power management.

ESA-certified PC Power & Cooling power supplies will support temperature, current, and voltage monitoring. This revolutionary open standard makes it possible for enthusiasts to supervise and tune characteristics that are not otherwise accessible allowing PC Power ESA PSUs to achieve better performance and an optimal thermal, electrical, and acoustic operating environment within the unit. The result is intelligently balanced performance and noise to obtain the quietest and most efficient system. Additionally, ESA provides a diagnostics tool to help identify the cause of system malfunction and can inevitability save the end-user and manufacturer time and money. 

“PC Power & Cooling’s already very low RMA rate would be further reduced by half if the NPF (no problem found) units were not returned. It is sometimes challenging for consumers to determine which component is actually causing a problem, many assume it’s the PSU when in fact the issue could be caused by another device in the system,” stated Doug Dodson, founder of PCP&C and CTO for the OCZ Technology Group. “This miss-diagnosis causes extra downtime, frustration, and unnecessary expense for system builders or end consumers. We look for ESA to eliminate this problem by provided the customer with the detailed information he or she needs to truly evaluate the condition of their power supply.”

“We are thrilled to have OCZ support the new ESA standard with upcoming PC Power & Cooling ESA-enabled power supplies,” commented Waleed Zamel, Technical Marketing Manager at NVIDIA. “These ESA-compliant PC Power & Cooling PSUs will provide high-end consumers with unprecedented control to better monitor and optimize temperature, current, and voltage settings.”

This news comes as CoolIT announce their involvement with ESA.

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05-11-2007, 18:24:30

bobletman
Right now Im using a Silverstone 120mm 9-Blades Sleeve Bearing Case Fan. It is a pretty good case fan but since I only have one intake fan for my computer case I was wondering if anyone knew any better fans that produced very little noise and more airflow. here is a link to my fan

http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=1647143&CatId=802

06-11-2007, 19:37:59

taqies
Yate Loon 120mm Yate Loon D12SM-12 Case Fan - Black (70.5 CFM, 33 dBA)

or

120mm Scythe SFF21F S-FLEX™ Case Fan (63.7 CFM/28 dBA)

or

Sharkoon Golf Ball 2000

13-11-2007, 11:53:09

Hatman
Atm im using 7 120mm fans by Hiper that are rated at 60CFM and 20dba. All I know for sure is they are completly silent.

13-11-2007, 11:55:20

llwyd

Atm im using 7 120mm fans by Hiper that are rated at 60CFM and 20dba. All I know for sure is they are completly silent.



not hiperflows by any chance? clear plastic

13-11-2007, 16:50:09

Hatman
http://www.hipergroup.com/English/products/flow-120mm.html

Yeh that was the name I was looking for :P

I have the clear ones with no LED's.
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