Cooler Master Cosmos ESA released - PSUs and watercooling to follow soon

Posted on Monday, Nov 12 2007 @ 21:50 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master has unveiled a new version of its Cosmos case that features support for the NVIDIA ESA technology.

COSMOS ESA looks almost identical to the original COSMOS chassis from Cooler Master, with the same high-end features and enthusiast level of performance. The ESA edition includes an additional thermal control board that includes four separate sensors for monitoring and adjusting fan speeds and an additional fan in the side panel. System information is then displayed through a software control panel provided by Nvidia.

Upcoming Cooler Master ESA power supplies will allow users to monitor temperatures, currents, and voltages, while Cooler Master ESA water cooling units will allow users to monitor and control pumps, fans, water temperatures and flow rates.



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