NVIDIA Enthusiast System Architecture Hits Milestone

Posted: Feb 29 2008, 9:29am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:32am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs


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NVIDIA announced today that its Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA) has hit an important milestone with the official adoption by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF). This adoption paves the way for the ESA standard to become the industry standard.

NVIDIA says that its ESA protocol that details the way peripherals on a computer communicate will be added into the next revision of the USB human interface device class definition. Dell’s new XPS 630 desktop computer announced this week was the first ESA PC to be commercially available.

Enthusiasts can build their own systems from the ground up with ESA compliant components. ESA allows for easier overclocking and monitoring of vital data on the PC system. ESA approved components are tested for cross device compatibility and compliance.


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