Ultra Products Joins NVIDIA ESA Program

"Ultra Products Chosen by NVIDIA for new Enthusiast System Architecture Platform"

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Ultra Products Joins NVIDIA ESA Program 
FLETCHER, OHIO – November, 15th 2007 – Ultra Products, known for their advanced cases, power supplies, and computer peripherals, announces its participation in the Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA), an industry-wide initiative that enables PC components to communicate thermal, electrical, acoustical, and operating characteristics in real-time.  Ultra’s new line of LX3  power supplies provides enthusiasts with unprecedented control to achieve better performance and optimal thermal and acoustic operating environments.

“ESA will bring computing enthusiasts full system monitoring and control” said George Ali, VP Marketing and Sales for Ultra Products.  “Now, consumers can monitor thermals and acoustics in real-time and easily make adjustments through the software interface,” adds Ali.

“Ultra Products has made a name for itself in the computer hardware industry with some great cases and power supplies” said Waleed Zamel, technical marketing manager at NVIDIA. “The Enthusiast System Architecture will help take products like these to the next level by offering consumers full control of their system.”

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28-10-2007, 20:05:05

Whos been pulling some great numbers last couple weeks :D

Much appreciated, congrats and feel free to keep going! ;)

29-10-2007, 02:25:14

he has worked very hard for the results

well done

29-10-2007, 05:39:48

Indeed - the team needs as many new entries as possible and consistency is the key - gratz to Sacha for a great turn in of fantastic results.

All results gratefully received, no score is too low, no score is too high :)

29-10-2007, 06:14:49

Thanks for the heads up guys, its a shame because there is so much more in the 2900's, as you know the crossfire still does not work correctly, it like having a Ferrari that will only do 100mph when you know you can do 150mph, very frustrating, i am sure there will be some software soon that will allow both cards to be clocked and tweaked together.

As mav said what ever hardware you have just bench it, look at when i had a pair of very old 6800's. i could not compete with you guys but i got the best that i could out of them and in trying to push set some W/R at the time of which 06 still stands today, so just because you might only have one card or older hardware bench it and you might surprise yourself at the results.

Thanks again for the comments and i will be benching again, as i know i can do better, but have got a few other bits on at the mo so when thats done i will be back on track.

05-11-2007, 09:59:58

Congrats my man :D keep pushing I know theres alot more in your rig mate!

09-11-2007, 10:58:14

The man Watkinson just turned in another 3 bloody great results today as well :D

Sacha...if ya got 20 mins, jump on MSN would ya? :D ;)

09-11-2007, 13:11:59

Someone has been a busy bee. :)

13-11-2007, 10:26:19

Update single card run in 3D06 got me this [IMG]http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f124/waterboy100/3d06.jpg[/IMG]
As you can see i have uploaded the results to futuermark but it looks like the ORB is down at the mo as i want to upload the crossfire run and it wont let me in as of yet.

Anyway still more to come i think so will keep trying.

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