Thursday, April 5th 2018

EVGA Announces the PQ Series Power Supplies

Introducing the EVGA PQ Power Supplies. Available with 80 Plus Platinum efficiency in 750W, 850W, and 1000W models, the EVGA PQ Power Supplies are the embodiment of premium quality, premium performance and premium value. The EVGA ECO mode feature ensures that the power supply stays completely silent during low to medium loads. The fan does not spin until necessary, allowing for completely silent operation. Platinum efficiency or higher under typical loads and 100% Japanese capacitors ensure long-term reliability.

The EVGA PQ power supplies use a semi-modular design. With only the 24-pin power connector hard wired directly to the power supply, the PQ allows you to use only the cables you need and leave off cables you don't need. Even better, the EVGA PQ is compatible with a variety of EVGA's Individually Sleeved Cable Kits.
Additionally, these power supplies feature these qualities:
  • Single +12V rail
  • Active Clamp Circuit Design
  • NVIDIA SLI Ready
  • 100% High Quality Japanese Capacitors
  • Full suite of protections, including OVP, UVP, OCP, OPP, SCP, and OTP
  • Whisper Silent with 135mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing Fan
  • EVGA's Unbeatable 10 Year Warranty
For more information, visit this page.
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5 Comments on EVGA Announces the PQ Series Power Supplies

#1
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Some would say a 12 year seasonic warranty is beating a 10 year evga one.
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#2
techy1
still that ECO button (half passivebutton) on the back side of PSU ?! :banghead::banghead::banghead: - so to press that button I still will have to pull out my case, probably unplug few cables, lay down, open my case (lets hope I have thumbscrews), press the button, close my case, plug back in these cables, move my case back how it was - thx EVGA
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#3
Vayra86
techy1
still that ECO button (half passivebutton) on the back side of PSU ?! :banghead::banghead::banghead: - so to press that button I still will have to pull out my case, probably unplug few cables, lay down, open my case (lets hope I have thumbscrews), press the button, close my case, plug back in these cables, move my case back how it was - thx EVGA
Yeah its weird, my EVGA G2 has that switch on the backside where it should be, next to the power cord socket. On the other hand its a one-time affair, basically you want to turn it on because it drastically reduced fan noise.
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#5
R-T-B
cucker tarlson
Is it superflower leadex II ?
Q's have historically had FSP as an OEM unless I am mistaken... and I could be. EVGA's lineup is complex and confusing, honestly.
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