EVGA debuts SuperNOVA T2 Series PSUs

EVGA debuts SuperNOVA T2 Series PSUs

In case you are looking for a new high-end power supply unit EVGA might have something for you – the well-known US company has introduced the new SuperNOVA T2 line of power supply units that pack excellent features, great efficiency and high power output.

The new EVGA PSU line includes three models as of now with power output of 750W, 850W and 1000W. The units come with more than incredible 94%+ efficiency, which immediately makes them 80 Plus Titanium class PSUs. Inside they also come with high-quality Nippon Chemi-Con capacitors, very quiet cooling fans that spin only when needed and remain turned off when the PSU is under light to medium loads, a LLC resonant circuit layout and a single +12V rail. On the outside the SuperNOVA T2 representatives feature a fully modular design so you won’t have to deal with cable clutter inside your PC case.

There’s no information on availability and pricing as of now but we are sure we will see the new SuperNOVA T2 PSUs in stores very soon. By the way they also come with a 10-year warranty so this makes them even better.

Source: EVGA

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