EVGA debuts GQ power supply units

EVGA debuts GQ power supply units

EVGA has announced one more power supply unit (PSU) line called GQ but unlike other PSU lines by the same manufacturer GQ-labeled units occupy a market range that is close to being budget. This does not mean GQ PSUs are low-quality – in fact they come with some pretty impressive specs.

EVGA’s GQ power supply units take some features from higher-end EVGA units and feature 100 per cent Japanese capacitors, ECO fan mode for near silent operation, a highly efficient design, 80 Plus Gold certification and more – all this at an excellent value. In addition the PSUs come with 135 mm cooling fans and a semi-modular design that allows end users to attach just the cables they need for their peripheral devices and thus reduce cable clutter and increase case airflow.

The new GQ line is now available and includes models with power output of 650W, 750W, 850W and 1000W. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: EVGA

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