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#1 Posted : Thursday, June 19, 2014 11:42:10 AM(UTC)

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EVGA has long been offering some of the most impressive-looking power supplies on the planet, both in terms of performance and features. With its just-announced SuperNOVA 1200 P2, the company looks to continue that legacy.

As you may have been able to glean from its name, EVGA's latest PSU is a 1200W unit. Promising up to 92% efficiency at full-load, the SuperNOVA 1200 P2 earns itself an 80 PLUS Platinum badge - the only one better is Titanium, but units with that are super-rare at this point. It should be noted, though, that EVGA is expected to release a 1600W unit in the near-future that does carry that coveted Titanium badge.

Another standout feature of the SuperNOVA 1200 P2 is what's written on paper: A 10-year warranty. That's huge, and can really give you some peace-of-mind after plunking down $269.99 for the unit.

Other key features include a fully modular design, ECO Thermal Control, a single +12V rail supporting up to 99.9A, "highest quality" Japanese solid-state capacitors, and a double-bearing fan.

As mentioned above, the SRP for EVGA's SuperNOVA 1200 P2 is $269.99, with the unit expected to go on sale soon.

Offline jameyscott  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, July 23, 2014 5:22:50 PM(UTC)

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I'm glad to see that they are including all black cables now.  The 1000w and 1300w G2 comes with red VGA cables.  That is my only complaint with those PSUs.  

It's also nice to see that they are incorporating new features like "ECO mode" on their newer PSUs.

Offline AllenJun  
#3 Posted : Monday, July 28, 2014 10:27:03 AM(UTC)

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I got the SuperNOVA 650 G. This one looks to be faaaaar better than the PSU I have. The Yate Loon fan is noisy in the 650W. I wish they cared more about their sub 750W PSUs.

Offline MADSKILLZ412  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, August 6, 2014 7:15:24 PM(UTC)

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I've heard great things about this psu. If I ever SLI in the future this will be the first one I look at.

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