Specifically, the system is loaded with a Tagan BZ 1100W power supply, a CoolIt Freezone Elite thermoelectric processor cooler, and an EVGA 122-CK-NF68 motherboard based on Nvidia’s ESA-approved nForce 680i SLI chipset. But hardware is only one part of the ESA equation. Nvidia has released a new nForce System Tools package that replaces much of the functionality included previously in Nvidia’s nTune system utility, along with a new system monitoring tool, both optimized with ESA in mind for an “unprecedented level of control over system variables and customizable hardware monitoring.” Check out TR’s article for an in-depth look at ESA in action.
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