EVGA prepares new 1200W PSU

EVGA prepares new 1200W PSU

PC systems rarely need tons of electric power but nevertheless some people like to add all kinds of hardware to a PC thus having higher requirements towards the power supply unit (PSU) used. EVGA is here to help if this is your case – the US company plans to release a 1200W PSU that should have enough power for virtually anything.

The new company product is known as SuperNOVA 1200 P2 and targets hardware enthusiasts. The unit offers 1200 watts of power and 80 Plus Platinum certification that guarantees efficiency of at least 90 per cent. The PSU offers a modular cable system and makes use of cables that optimize air circulation inside a PC case. There are a 24-pin ATX port, two 4+4 contact EPS12V ports, six 6+2 PCI-E power ports, ten SATA power ports, five Molex 4-pin ports and one FDD Power port.

The EVGA SuperNOVA 1200 P2 has one 12V rail at 99.9A and makes use of high quality Japanese components and systems that act against overheating, overloading and other problems that this PSU may encounter. The PSU gets cooled by a large 140-mm low noise cooling fan that does not start spinning unless the PSU temperature reaches 45 degrees Celsius.

The SuperNOVA 1200 P2 can be yours for USD 270. You’ll also get a 10-year warranty with it.

Source: EVGA

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