Tuesday, January 10th 2012

EVGA NEX Series PSUs Pictured

EVGA is readying a new line of high performance power supply units (PSUs) for gaming PCs and overclocking bench setups, under the NEX Series. The company isn't new to PSUs, as it had rolled out a SuperRecord-branded 1200W PSU in the past. The NEX Series, however, is more spread out, into various price points. At least four models are confirmed, 650W and 750W models for gaming PCs, a 1000W model for overclocked gaming PCs with 2~3 graphics cards, and a bleeding-edge 1500W model for overclocking bench setups.

The EVGA NEX 1500W will include "customizable" +12V rails, we're hearing. It will probably be a mechanism with which a number of smaller 12V rails can be combined to make a larger one. It will feature a "Dummy Mode" for multiple/redundant PSU operations, an "OC Mode" that clubs all 12V rails to a single 133A one, and a very special kind of cabling. The PSU will qualify for 80 Plus Gold certification. The 650W, 750W, and 1000W models in the NEX Series will have more standard feature-sets, including modular cabling, all three of these will be 80 Plus Gold certified.

Source: HardwareCanucks
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14 Comments on EVGA NEX Series PSUs Pictured

#1
theJesus
Why is there some sort of handle on the 1500w one?
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#2
Batou1986
by: theJesus
Why is there some sort of handle on the 1500w one?
To fend off zombie invasion it can be used as a mace.:laugh:

Actually could be used to route cables from the back of the pc if you wanted to i guess
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#3
theJesus
If it's for cables, then that's the most half-assed cable harness I've ever seen.
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#4
jsfitz54
by: theJesus
If it's for cables, then that's the most half-assed cable harness I've ever seen.
by: btarunr
It will feature a "Dummy Mode" for multiple/redundant PSU operations
Server Grade for Hot Swapping redundant psu.
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#5
theJesus
by: jsfitz54
Server Grade for Hot Swapping redundant psu.
Oh, that makes sense.
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#6
hhumas
nice feature ....... but what is the need to combine all rails to single ?
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#7
treboRR
by: hhumas
nice feature ....... but what is the need to combine all rails to single ?
2 make a bigass RAIL! for extreme LN2 OC or something like that:nutkick:
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#8
vziera
EVGA needs to get a life lol
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#9
BlackOmega
133A .... seriously? Those Evga guys are always going for ridiculous overkill.
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#10
theJesus
by: BlackOmega
133A .... seriously? Those Evga guys are always going for ridiculous overkill.
I'm sure somebody out there will benefit from it. Remember, this is absolutely not mainstream; it's target market is exactly the opposite.
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#11
vziera
by: theJesus
I'm sure somebody out there will benefit from it. Remember, this is absolutely not mainstream; it's target market is exactly the opposite.
OMG it's Jesus
i want to repent:respect:
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#12
Aleksander
It is not Jesus, it is theJesus
BTW, nice looking 650w psu
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#13
Joe Public
God, I hate it when they apply the term "overclocking" to PSUs. (eVGA is not first here). Clearly everyone with some basic electrical/electronics knowledge know a PSU doesn't have a clock generator. But I understand they have to use some easily understandable term for the big gray consumer mass that doesn't have much knowledge of technical terms.
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#14
jsfitz54
133 Amps makes a good welder.:roll:
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