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Can Corsair Succeed Where Nvidia failed?

Posted on 7th Jan 2011 at 11:10 by Richard Swinburne with 13 comments

Richard Swinburne
Anyone remember ESA? Nvidia's attempt at making the PC platform its own with the 'Enthusiast Systems Architecture' software? The idea was to get other manufacturers to include little chips in their hardware that enabled them to talk to Nvidia's motherboards. Nvidia's ESA software would then report all the readouts: voltages, temperatures, speeds and so in a single, central interface.

The problem? Other companies (mostly motherboard makers) already had their own software, and they were (and still are) key features with which to differentiate and sell their products. They already did most of the same tasks, such as temperature and voltage monitoring, as well as overclocking, even if they lacked the fancy 3D interface.

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Intel Haswell-E; Intel Core i7-5960X Review, X99 Chipset and DDR4

Intel Haswell-E; Intel Core i7-5960X Review, X99 Chipset and DDR4

We finally get our hands on Intel's Haswell-E. More cores, more cache but...
Mod of the Month July 2014 in association with Corsair

Mod of the Month July 2014 in association with Corsair

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