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Tuesday, 13 November 2007 14:12

Cooler Master adopts ESA with Cosmos

Written by Slobodan Simic

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PSU's and water cooling comes later

 

Cooler Master has announced a new version of the COSMOS case, this time it supports Nvidia's ESA technology. ESA or more precisely the Enthusiast System Architecture technology will allow a single application to monitor and control systems thermals, electrics, acoustics and operating settings.

The new Cosmos ESA case appears to be identical to previous one except for the top mounted thermal control circuit board. This little thing comes with four sensors for fan speed monitoring and control. The old Cosmos is a great case, and with ESA adoption it should be even better.

According to the very same press release, Cooler Master's ESA power supplies and water cooling units will be released soon, and will allow users to monitor temperatures, currents, voltages, water temperatures and water cooling pump status.

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