EVGA introduces SuperNova line with Titanium 80Plus power supplies

Jan

14

2016

EVGA has new additions to its SuperNova-Series Power announced. The SuperNova T2 series already included a version of 1600 watts and now comes in 750, 850 and 1000 watts. The three diets get an 80Plus Titanium tag along.

According to EVGA have all three power supplies an efficiency of 94 percent or greater, with an efficiency of 96 percent or higher under average load. This gives them all the three Titanium 80Plus certification. Further additions to the SuperNova series are completely modular. The existing 12 V line can deliver at the 1000W version to 83,3A, delivering the 850W version to 70,8A and the 750W version to 62,4A.

All three power supplies are equipped with a 140mm fan, which according to EVGA at temperatures below 45 degrees is completely silent. Also among the 20 percent load, the fan will not make a sound according to EVGA. The power supplies are suitable for use with Nvidia SLI and AMD Crossfire setups.

EVGA provides the models of ten-year warranty. If the SuperNova 750 T2, T2 and 850 T2 1000 come on the European market and at what price is not known yet. In the United States, the PSU’s already available for 219.99 dollars, 239.99 and $ 279.99.

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