During Computex 2017, EVGA revealed an upcoming PSU line called G3s, which consists of two SFX-L units based on a Super Flower platform that is still in the works.
But the beefier graphics system of the new SC17 1080 isn’t the result of Nvidia’s new Max-Q Design philosophy.
EVGA has once again collaborated with extreme overclocker Vince "K|NGP|N" Lucido to develop the new EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N Edition.
EVGA announced three graphics cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GT 1030--a GPU that Nvidia didn't bother making an announcement about.
EVGA aims to dominate the high-end gaming laptop market with the SC17. But does it have the horsepower to back these expectations up, and at what price?
We already reviewed the SuperNOVA 850 G3, which left a good impression on us. Today, we're looking at the 1000 G3, this family's current flagship model. It's a physically diminutive PSU that offers high performance in every area.
EVGA refreshed its popular G2 PSU family with the G3 one using Super Flower's Leadex II platform. The 850 G3 is the second strongest member in this line-up, offering high performance and a depth of just 15cm.
Does a new heat sink translate to new success? EVGA complements its existing technology with some on-board sensors and gives enthusiasts access to asynchronous fan control.
One of EVGA's most affordable power supply families, the BQ, includes five unique models. The higher-capacity ones are made by HEC and the rest come from Andyson. Today we're testing the flagship 850 BQ.
The highly successful G2 PSU line comes to an end. EVGA revealed the new G3 units today, which offer smaller dimensions, improved performance, and an HDB fan for increased lifetime.
Another EVGA P2 is on our test bench today. The 750 P2 features 750W max power, modular cabling and Japanese caps throughout. This PSU promises high performance and increased reliability, so it looks to be a great choice for enthusiast PCs.
We got a sneak peak at a couple of new PSUs from EVGA, one that adds LEDs to an existing platform, and another compact PSU based on the Leadex platform.
The SC17 is EVGA's first house-branded product in the gaming laptop market. It comes loaded with an Intel Core i7-6820HK processor, a GeForce GTX 980M GPU, 32GB of DDR4-2666 and a 256GB NVMe SSD.
EVGA's T2 series consists of Titanium-rated PSUs with capacities ranging from 750 to 1600W. Today, we're looking at the 850W model, which tries to prove it is worth a premium compared to the company's Platinum-rated 850W offering.
EVGA recently enriched its P2 line with three new members, featuring 650W, 750W and 850W capacities. All three, like the other P2 models, are made by Super Flower and feature Platinum efficiency. Today we're testing the 850 P2.
EVGA teamed up with FSP once again to produce the new GQ line, which is one step below the highly popular G2 series. The four GQ PSUs feature 80 Plus Gold efficiency and semi-modular cabling, promising quiet operation.
Skylake processors offer great per-core performance and overclocking capability, but only have sixteen PCIe 3.0 lanes for graphics. EVGA has a solution, but is it worth the added cost?