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EVGA Launches the SuperNova 1000 G2 Power Supply

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, May 13, 2013.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    The EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G2 has arrived! This power supply is 80 Plus Gold Rated, offers 1000W of continuous power, exceptional efficiency and is fully modular. Not to mention, a first class 10 Year EVGA Warranty. Designed with enthusiast needs in mind the EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G2 power supply is the best choice to power this and next generation enthusiast computers. Take your system to the next level and power up with the EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G2.

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    Key Features:
    • Exceptional 10 Year Warranty and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
    • 80Plus Gold Rating Pending, with up to 90% efficiency under typical loads
    • Single +12V rail delivers up to 83.3A
    • Superior vertical double layer main transformer increases power output
    • Fully Modular design reduces cable clutter
    • Highest Quality Japanese Solid State Capacitors
    • Quiet 14CM Double Ball Bearing Fan
    The EVGA Difference
    Known for offering value and performance, as well as exemplary customer service, EVGA is recognized through customer loyalty and the highest levels in customer satisfaction. In addition to the expanded product lines, consumers and channel partners will also benefit from increased sales and technical support programs:
    • EVGA proprietary Advanced RMA (EAR) service - enabling customers to get a replacement product before sending the defective unit back to EVGA.
    • 24/7 Phone Technical Support - to assure users that courteous and friendly assistance will always be available at anytime of the day or night (available 24/7 on US phone support number. Available 09:00-18:00 on European phone support number).
    • Step-Up Program - for the ability to trade up existing EVGA products for newer technology.
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    For more information, visit the product page.
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  2. VulkanBros

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    Who is making the PSU´s for EVGA? And what is the prize?
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    The Nex 1500w is manufactured by Etasis AFAIK.
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    Usually companies just sticking their badges on PSUs use the lowest bidder for a given PSU as they are contracted at specific price points thus one model could be from company A and another model from company B and so on. You can usually find out who makes a specifc model PSU by reading the PSU reviews at Jonnyguru or Hardware Secrets as they disclose who the real manufacturer is.
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    Yes I know - usually our own crmaris deals with this - he gives a better review than JonnyGURU and Hardware Secrets on PSU´s - IMO....

    And as radrok already said - it is prob Etasis who made the unit.....
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    When new PSU is going to be released the most important question is: "Is it Haswell compatible?" xD

    This would be stupid to spend big money on psu which couln't handle low power states of haswell.
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    This one is most certainly "Haswell compatible". Only inexpensive PSUs that are group regulated and don't use DC to DC for the non-primary rails are not Haswell ready.

    It's not Etasis. And yes, crmaris does a VERY good PSU review. :)

    We're thinking this particular one is Super Flower. The 1500W is Etasis, but all of the other "NEX" series PSUs are based off of the FSP Aurum platform.
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    :respect:

    More people should come to that realization, he puts a lot of effort into them from what i can tell
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    One of EVGA's product managers confirmed on their discussion board that this PSU is based on the Super Flower Leadex platform. That's good news since the Leadex did very well indeed in testing on Jonnyguru's site.

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