EVGA announces SuperNova GS series power supply units

EVGA announces SuperNova GS series power supply units

EVGA has announced a new line of power supply units (PSU) called SuperNova GS. The line currently has just two models with 550W and 650W of power and quite naturally these two models are called SuperNova GS 550 and SuperNova GS 650.

The new PSUs are said to have high quality components inside such as 100 per cent genuine Japanese capacitors made by Nippon. The devices also have a single +12V rail that can provide up to 54A (650W) or 45A (550W) of power on a single rail, a LLC resonant circuit layout for better efficiency, a fully modular design to eliminate cable clutter, teflon nano-steel bearing for long fan life and nearly silent operation and 80 Plus Gold certification for more than 90 per cent efficiency.

The new EVGA power supply units come with a 5-year warranty. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: EVGA

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