Thursday, June 7th 2018

EVGA Shows Off SuperNova G+ Series High-Wattage PSUs

EVGA grabbed quite some attention at CES earlier this year, when it unveiled its gargantuan SuperNova 2200W P2 power-supply. The P2 series are 80 Plus Platinum rated. EVGA thinks there's room for a slightly cheaper line of high-Wattage PSUs that are 80 Plus Gold rated, but have the feature-set of more expensive P2 series models. Enter the G+ series. For now, the series has to very dissimilar variants - the SuperNova 850W G+, and the SuperNova 2000W G+. Both models feature single +12V rail designs, DC-to-DC switching, large 135 mm cooling fans, and most common electrical protections. The 2000W model even has an "Eco mode" toggle, which turns off the fan below a thermal/load threshold.

The SuperNova 850W G+ has enough juice and straws for a reasonably high-end build with up to four graphics cards, using eight 6+2 pin PCIe connectors. It also features two 4+4 pin EPS (handy in some of the newer HEDT platforms), twelve SATA power, three Molex, and a Berg. The SuperNova 2000W G+ is a different beast. You can power up to ten graphics cards over twenty 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors, in addition to two 4+4 pin EPS, sixteen SATA power, six Molex, and two Bergs. Both models provide flat, fully-modular cabling. EVGA expects to launch these within Q3-2018.
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5 Comments on EVGA Shows Off SuperNova G+ Series High-Wattage PSUs

#1
kastriot
Go, go go miners go, go go

P.S.(Sorry Johny!)
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diatribe
Doesn't 2,000 watts pull more amperage than what the standard US 120V wall socket can provide?
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#3
deathmore
diatribe, post: 3852617, member: 93915"
Doesn't 2,000 watts pull more amperage than what the standard US 120V wall socket can provide?
yes. you would need a 20amp breaker and awg# 12 wiring to your duplex receptacle.
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MMIXII
diatribe, post: 3852617, member: 93915"
Doesn't 2,000 watts pull more amperage than what the standard US 120V wall socket can provide?

AC Input 200-240 VAC, picture from tomshardware.co.uk
Possible this is a FSP Cannon 2000W (FSP2000-50AGPBI) platform


2000W @200-240Vac
1500W @115-200Vac
1200W @100-115Vac
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#5
Caring1
In Australia which has similar power to England, the wall sockets are 240V and rated at 10A, although the safety fuses can be rated at 20 or 30 Amps.
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