Wednesday, August 11th 2010

EVGA Releases Classified SR-2 Power Supply to the Market

EVGA, in its pursuit to deliver only the best quality and performance, is at it again with the EVGA Classified SR-2 Power Supply. Delivering 1200 watts of continuous power while maintaining an 80 Plus Silver certification is only the beginning. 6 +12v rails capable of delivering 38A, and fine-tuning knobs allow you to adjust the +12v rail and fanspeed to the optimal performance.

This power supply is designed around the record shattering EVGA Classified SR-2 motherboard, but is perfectly suited to meet and exceed the needs of any motherboard and graphics card combination.

Continuous Power means this PSU is rated in continuous power; the steady power a PSU can output continuously, rather than the amount delivered at its short-lived peak. Also, Advanced Hybrid Cable Management combines traditional and modular PSU designs, and achieves low wire-transmission loss as well as better cable management for improved airflow. PowerCache means this PSU has a high-performance capacitor that delivers an extra power reserve when needed. And Extreme Voltage and Fan Tuning offers the ability to fine tune your +12v voltage and power supply cooling fan to suite any condition, whether you are pushing to the limits or just running silent.
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14 Comments on EVGA Releases Classified SR-2 Power Supply to the Market

#1
horizon2600
Interesting, would like to see some reviews on this.

Edit: Looks like it's a TPQ1200
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#2
claylomax
It looks great. I love PSU's with 80mm fans.
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#3
Hunt3r
by: claylomax
It looks great. I love PSU's with 80mm fans.
make no noise. I also love
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#4
Crazykenny
Cable-end looks much like Coolermasters UCP series. Could be a American/Western standard, but here in Europe we normally only use Euro Cable-end powersupply cables.
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#5
Ipatinga
Almost there...

Now... Evga... please.... correct the mistake :banghead: you´ve done :mad: and launch the Classified SR-2 Case :respect: already... jeezz....

Also, does the fan on this PSU is able to engage on automatic speed to protect against high temperature if the user put it on low speed while the psu is pumping a high wattage?
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#6
W1zzard
by: Crazykenny
Cable-end looks much like Coolermasters UCP series. Could be a American/Western standard, but here in Europe we normally only use Euro Cable-end powersupply cables.
once you pass a certain current you have to use those cable ends in both eu and us

IEC-60320 C13 is the one you know and it's used for up to 10 amps = 2200 W

IEC-60320 C19 for up to 16 amps -> 2200 W - 3520 W
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#7
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Awesome, perfect for use with their Classified SR-2 Motherboard. Wonder why Maximum PC didn't grab this for their DM 2010. I know the AX1200W from Corsair was gold, but this would have melded perfectly with it.
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#9
3volvedcombat
Even look on the box
It says True Power Quatro...


Lmao antec- Good way to make money from evga :toast::laugh:
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#10
D4S4
80% efficiency? that means like, 240W of heat under full load... :eek:
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#11
W1zzard
by: D4S4
80% efficiency? that means like, 240W of heat under full load... :eek:
it actually means 1440 W of heat in your case
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#12
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: W1zzard
it actually means 1440 W of heat in your case
:D






:roll:




All that power to change a few million pixels.


:wtf:
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#13
aCid888*
Not what I was expecting. :shadedshu
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#14
Crazykenny
by: W1zzard
once you pass a certain current you have to use those cable ends in both eu and us

IEC-60320 C13 is the one you know and it's used for up to 10 amps = 2200 W

IEC-60320 C19 for up to 16 amps -> 2200 W - 3520 W
But why does my Coolermaster UCP 900W use it?
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