Thermaltake has been a leader in producing innovative hardware over the years. ESA hardware is no exception to that innovation. Partnering with Nvidia to create a symbiotic relationship between hardware and software where devices like the chassis, the water cooling kit, and the PSU all report to the Nvidia System Monitor and can be monitored and controlled from there, freeing the end user from unreliable 3rd party software for many of the commonly monitored hardware components and providing a level of monitoring and control we've never seen available before.
Starting with the Thermaltake Toughpower 850 ESA Power supply, we'll be bringing you a series of reviews based on ESA architecture to see how far this emerging technology has evolved. We'll be reviewing the Toughpower 850 ESA power supply, Thermaltake Armor ESA Chassis, and the Thermaltake Bigwater 850I water cooling kit (ESA compatible). We'll be hooking it all together on an EVGA 790i Nvidia based SLI motherboard which will be running some OCZ DDR3 2000 Nvidia Edition SLI compatible RAM and a couple of sweet GTX-260's running in SLI.
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