Tuesday, July 13th 2021

EVGA Unveils SuperNOVA 1600 and 1300 P+ Power Supplies

Enter the SuperNOVA P+, the new and improved fully-modular power supply line-up from EVGA with an 80+ Platinum Efficiency rating. These power supplies pick up where the award-winning EVGA 1600 P2 and 1200 P2 power supplies left off and continue the tradition of EVGA quality and performance.

Additionally, the SuperNOVA P+ power supplies feature a cleaner internal layout to increase airflow, a Variable Resistor module (to increase voltage stability), two DC to DC modules for more efficient power switching on all models, EVGA ECO Mode, a full suite of power supply protections, and EVGA's World-Leading Global 10-Year Warranty on all P+ power supplies.
Shorter Length
When it comes to building a system, even the smallest differences can make or break your build. The 1600 P+ is 20 mm shorter than its P2 counterpart, giving you more space without sacrificing quality.

Quiet and Long-Lasting Fans
  • 1600 P+ -
    • 135 mm Double Ball Bearing Fan
  • 1300 P+ -
    • 135 mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing Fan
Double Ball Bearings are the industry standard for any power supply expected to carry heavy loads on a regular basis due to their durability and low noise level. Fluid Dynamic Bearings reduce the wear and tear on a fan's bearing, which reduces noise and increases its lifespan.

Tight 12 V Load Regulation
  • 1300 P+ - 0.50% vs. 1200 P2 - 0.75%
The SuperNOVA P+ is loaded in many areas, including a single 12 V. rail, 100% Japanese capacitors, VR module, and DC to DC converter on all SuperNOVA P+ power supplies. Compliant with IEC 62368, this results in over 92% efficiency, tight 12 V. load regulation, and stable power to all connected devices.

Up to 45% Quieter Under Load
  • 1300 P+ - 19.6 dB vs. 1200 P2 - 35.8 dB
By combining quiet and long-lasting fan bearings with an optimized fan curve and a cleaner internal layout, the P+ power supply line-up reduces noise by up to 45%, compared to the P2 power supplies.

Specs At A Glance
  • Platinum Rated Efficiency: 80 Plus certification ensures your power supply isn't wasting power and turning it into excess heat. Under typical load, this power supply is 92% efficient or higher.
  • 100% Japanese Capacitors: Get the most reliability and greatest performance with the use of the highest possible quality Japanese capacitors.
  • Fully Modular Design: A fully modular design allows cables to be removed from the power supply for ease of installation and removal. You can also leave off unnecessary cables to reduce case clutter and maximize case airflow.
  • Tight Voltage Regulation: A single +12V rail offers the best power output, rail stability and compatibility with the latest hardware. EVGA SuperNOVA P+ power supplies provide up to 133 A on a single rail!
  • Quiet and Durable Fan Bearings with EVGA ECO Mode: A high-quality 135 mm fan gives the SuperNOVA P+ an excellent thermal and acoustic profile, and its high reliability ensures a long PSU lifetime. With EVGA ECO Mode, your power supply will remain silent under medium-to-low loads.
  • Full Suite of Protections: This PSU will cover your circuits with complete protection: OCP, OVP, OTP, OPP, SCP, and UVP.
  • 10 Year EVGA Limited Warranty: World leading warranty and support for 10 years
For more information, visit the product page.
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10 Comments on EVGA Unveils SuperNOVA 1600 and 1300 P+ Power Supplies

#1
ThrashZone
Hi,
Yeah all mine are P2 series supposed to be superflower no telling who makes these P2+.
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#2
juular
ThrashZoneHi,
Yeah all mine are P2 series supposed to be superflower no telling who makes these P2+.
These are not P2+ but just P+, like G+ they're made by FSP. Rather old-school ACRF primary topology, i guess it's fine for 1.3-1.6kW units since these would be either for mining or for multi-GPU rendering/simulation stuff because ACRF would have a considerably more amount of coil whine than ZVS in most other modern high-end PSUs. But yeah, it's not on the same level as say EVGA P2 / Super Flower Leadex Plat. 1.3-1.6kW or other units like Corsair AX-i 1600W, be quiet! Dark Power Pro 12 1.5kW, Seasonic Prime 1.3kW etc.
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#3
DeathtoGnomes
At 50% load, these things would never get hot enough for the fan to kick in.
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#4
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
ThrashZoneHi,
Yeah all mine are P2 series supposed to be superflower no telling who makes these P2+.
Good to know, Seasonic or Superflower are the only oems i really trust. Could be Channel well technology
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#5
Tom Sunday
DeathtoGnomesAt 50% load, these things would never get hot enough for the fan to kick in.
Aren't EVGA PSU's produced by Seasonic? And EVGA just slapping on their own label? Or are all EVGA PSU's a special production run and better made than the Seasonic brands?
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#6
pathfindercod
Tom SundayAren't EVGA PSU's produced by Seasonic? And EVGA just slapping on their own label? Or are all EVGA PSU's a special production run and better made than the Seasonic brands?
Corsair PSU’s are seasonic usually, EVGA use to mainly use superflower.
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#7
lemoncarbonate
DeathtoGnomesAt 50% load, these things would never get hot enough for the fan to kick in.
My 750 G3's fan ramps up after a while in idle/light load with hybrid mode, and never turns back off unless PC goes to sleep. It just stays on in low RPM. Weird, but I don't think it worth an RMA.
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#8
juular
eidairaman1Good to know, Seasonic or Superflower are the only oems i really trust. Could be Channel well technology
You should not trust an OEM or the brand, it's not like you're buying their shares or smth, you're buying their specific product, trust this product reviews, professional ones, not just randos on Amazon/Newegg.
Tom SundayAren't EVGA PSU's produced by Seasonic?
With the recent exception of EVGA G6 and some very old units - no. Majority of them are either Andyson, HEC or FSP. G2/G3/P2 were Super Flower. The problem with EVGA is that they don't send out review samples, so we don't know how the half of their lineup performs.
pathfindercodCorsair PSU’s are seasonic usually, EVGA use to mainly use superflower.
The only recent Corsair's PSU made by Seasonic is AX. And it was recently discontinued because Seasonic struggles with production volume. Most of Corsair's PSUs are made by CWT (RM, RM-x, RM-i, HX, HX-i), some by Great Wall (SF, TX-M), HEC (CX-F) and their top-of-the-line AX1600i is Flextronics. Seasonic or not, they are all good as proven by reviews.
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#9
jaszy
Weren't these suppose to be called T6? Then again those are Titanium rated on 80+ site. Edit: Nvm, P+ is there.. odd.
pathfindercodCorsair PSU’s are seasonic usually, EVGA use to mainly use superflower.
Corsair doesn't have many "Seasonic" PSUs.. IIRC AX line.. EVGA and Superflower cut ties from what I understand. Only P2/G2/G3 are superflower.
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#10
ThrashZone
eidairaman1Good to know, Seasonic or Superflower are the only oems i really trust. Could be Channel well technology
Hi,
Yeah you can go straight to the source but super flower psu's are rare and gouged on higher wattage units.
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