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Thursday, 17 January 2008 13:20

Silverstone goes ESA

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With Temjin TJ10 ESA

 

Silverstone has announced the Temjin TJ10 ESA Edition, with full support for Nvidia's ESA standard.

According to the press release, Silverstone has implemented an ESA controller that will give full control over five possible 120mm LED case fans, three lighting devices and four temperature sensors. Besides the ESA feature, Temjin TJ10 ESA edition will retain the qualities that were available with the original non-ESA TJ10 such as a mid-section fan for graphics card cooling, removable motherboard tray, pop up front I/O ports, tool-less design and much more.

The new ESA certified Temjin TJ10 should be available by the end of February. The price has yet to be revealed.

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