EVGA debuts new PSUs with 10 years of warranty

EVGA debuts new PSUs with 10 years of warranty

EVGA has announced two new power supply units (PSU) that come with the staggering 10 years of warranty. The new PSUs belong to the company’s SuperNOVA line and can output 750W and 850W of power.

Based on the EVGA G2 series the new PSUs are fully modular and make use of high-quality components. The SuperNOVA units also come with a single 12V rail and 80 Plus Gold certification for excellent effiency. In addition they sport what EVGA calls a Dual Thermal Control System, which provides silent operation at low loads, improved efficiency and a longer life span of the cooling fan.

Both PSUs come with 24A on the 3.3V and 5V rails and 70.8A on the 12V rail for the 850W model and 62.4A for the 750W model. The pricing of the new SuperNOVA PSUs is unknown though.

Source: EVGA

Related posts

ASUS announces Chromebox

ASUS has announced a new device that joins the company’s product list – this time it is the ASUS Chromebox, which has been designed to ease computing at home, in the classroom or in the office. The Chromebox is based on the Chrome OS, as the name of the device suggests, and offers quick...

Fire Screen

Fire Screen

The Android operating system allows you to customize its wallpapers in numerous ways but sometimes no matter what you do your Android device simply looks boring. The solution is simple – download an Android app from Google Play that makes your display a bit different! Fire Screen is one such...

NVIDIA Enables The World's First $99 HD Mobile Internet Device

Today’s users want an always-connected device for social media applications such as Facebook and YouTube, as well as great multimedia performance for recording and watching HD movies and videos on the go. NVIDIA Corporation, the inventor of the graphics processor, today introduced a new...

Leave a comment