The EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5 has a daunting task, to replace the 1000 G3 model which is among the best PSUs in the 1000W category.
The 650 GM is EVGA's highest-end SFX-based power supply. It is a based on a unique FSP platform, yielding different (but still good) performance characteristics compared to Corsair's venerable SF600.
EVGA, known for graphics cards and power supplies, has also entered the closed-loop liquid cooling market (for GPUs and CPUs). Its 240mm system finds its way to our test bench.
EVGA picked an easy to remember name for its 2x 140mm closed-loop cooler, but will the CLC 280 produce equally memorable performance?
EVGA joins the Coffee Lake fray with a non-RGB board. Is this the serious performance board that anti-bling enthusiasts have been clamoring for?
After our bad experience with EVGA's 450 B3, we're ready to try the 850W flagship. The 850 B3 is fully modular, equipped with Japanese caps, plus 5 yr warranty.
Unlike Asus & Gigabyte, which slap 2.5-slot coolers on their GTX 1080 Tis, EVGA remains faithful to a smaller form factor with its GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 Gaming.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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