Tagan BZ PSUs feature ESA support

Posted on Sunday, Dec 02 2007 @ 09:28 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Tagan unveiled its first power supply with support for the NVIDIA ESA standard: the BZ series. These 700W, 1100W and 1300W power supplies are the first models in Tagan's lineup of ESA PSUs and allows you to monitor and control temperature, current and voltage regulation.
This architecture monitors and auto adjust water cooling, chassis cooling, and most important of all, power regulation throughout the entire system. This technological achievement allows real time system monitoring and manages all vital components to achieve optimal over clocking, gaming, and performance. “Tagan is proud to announce the new ESA industry specification, which allows users to monitor and control system temperature, power current, and voltage. ESA will allow anyone to pinpoint the exact system issue when other components are functioning properly, affording them the capability for isolating and then enhancing the operating environment.”--Vincent Chen, CEO of Tagan Technology Co.
Features:
Up to Quad Card Support.
Patented 20+4 Cable Design.
Environmentally Friendly at Over 80% Efficiency.
TURBO Mode to combine all Four +12 Rails to one for ultimate stability. Perfect for high end system demands.
Gold Plated connectors.
Thermal Control Cooling Fan.
REMI Technology for EMI Reduction.
Extra Ground Wire to Further Reduce Static Noise.
13.5cm LED fan is the best cooling system and keep silence.
Advanced Pull-n-Push Heat Dissipation Architecture for Maximized Cooling and Noise Reduction.
Low ripple and noise.
100% Hi-Pot Tested.
Black Anti-scratch painting chassis.


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