EVGA Launches the SuperNova 1000 G2 PSU

EVGA has launched the SuperNova 1000 G2, an enthusiast-grade power supply unit that offers a fully modular design, 1000 W of continuous power, and an 80+ Gold certification with up to 90 percent efficiency "under typical loads." The PSU also features a high amperage multi-rail design for "maximum power and efficiency" that includes a maximum output of 83.3 A on the +12 V rail. 

To ensure reliable and "near-silent operation," the SuperNova 1000 G2 features Nippon Chemi-Con solid state capacities, a vertical double-layer main transformer, an "intelligent" 140 mm double ball bearing cooling fan and an array of current, temperature and voltage protections. 

The EVGA SuperNova 1000 G2 will come backed with a 10 year manufacturer warranty. Though no official MSRP has been provided, it has been listed by a number of online retailers for between $180 and $210.

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  • djfv
    "Nippon Chemi-Con solid state capacities"
    *capacitors.
    In any case, not a bad deal for 10-year warranty, gold efficiency, solid Japanese caps and 1000w.
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  • JJ1217
    10 Year warranty? Damn. Thats the only good thing they really have going for them though. Nothing else looks special, and neither does the price. I'd still rather a 7 year warranty AX1000 or whatnot.
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  • djfv
    Anonymous said:
    10 Year warranty? Damn. Thats the only good thing they really have going for them though. Nothing else looks special, and neither does the price. I'd still rather a 7 year warranty AX1000 or whatnot.


    You mean ax1200? That's 320+ $.
    And the OEM of this EVGA is Super Flower which has an excellent reputation.
    Silverstones in this 1000w range offer only 3 years of warranty and Rosewills 5 years, but they use electrolytic Teapo caps with few Japanese ones- also electrolytic.
    If they manage to keep the price in 180ish $ range, it will be a fine deal.

    Of course, it will all depend on the reviews.
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