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EVGA launches their new SuperNOVA G3 series of power supplies

EVGA launches their new SuperNOVA G3 series of power supplies

EVGA launches their new SuperNOVA G3 series of power supplies

EVGA launches their new SuperNOVA G3 series of power supplies

EVGA has launched their new SuperNOVA G3 series of power supplies, coming in a smaller form factor than its predecessor while offering improved performance. 
 
The SuperNOVA G3 series of power supplied will offer 80+ Gold certified efficiency and come with a warranty that will last up to 10 years depending on your chosen model. EVGA's SuperNOVA G3 series of PSUs will come with wattages of 1000W, 850W, 750W, 650W and 550W, with the 750W models and above coming with a 10-year warranty and lower end models coming with a 7-year warranty.     
 

  

EVGA launches their new SuperNOVA G3 series of power supplies

 

These PSUs will come with full modular cabling and a "whisper quiet" hydraulic dynamic bearing fan which will run turn off at low-medium workloads with EVGA's ECO fan mode offering silent operation. 

The G3 series of power supplied will also offer decreased ripple and improved efficiency over the G2, which is an impressive feat given this PSU's smaller size. 

  
EVGA launches their new SuperNOVA G3 series of power supplies

 

The EVGA SuperNOVA G3 series PSUs will be 150mm long, which is 10mm shorter than standard ATX PSUs (160mm), allowing this PSU to take up less space and give users that little bit more space for cable management or  case modding. 

 

You can join the discussion on EVGA's SuperNova G3 series of PSUs on the OC3D Forums

  

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08-11-2016, 15:13:46

Dicehunter
I've lost track of their PSU's, They seem to have 50 variations of each wattage.Quote

08-11-2016, 16:12:44

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I've lost track of their PSU's, They seem to have 50 variations of each wattage.
This made me laugh haha! Quote

08-11-2016, 18:38:56

King of Old Old School
EVGA is life, EVGA is love Quote

08-11-2016, 18:41:31

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
EVGA is life, EVGA is love
Sadly their mobos in the UK are hard to get a hold of as I went to get the X99 Classified and my only option would have been to import it from the US for a good 20% over it's RRP so ended up going with the Asus Sabertooth instead.Quote

08-11-2016, 18:45:41

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Sadly their mobos in the UK are hard to get a hold of as I went to get the X99 Classified and my only option would have been to import it from the US for a good 20% over it's RRP so ended up going with the Asus Sabertooth instead.
Same here with the X99 Classified it's really hard to get here, When i go X99 Classified i'm going to have to buy mine from ebay or ask EVGA if they will sell me a b grade board.

I'm going with X99 Classified i'm to the point i don't care how much it cost me i don't care if i pay $500 for it, it's the motherboard i want why should i settle for a motherboard i don't want.

Hell my next case is going to be a CaseLabs same again CaseLabs is going to be the only case is going to work for me

I have spent 4.5K to dated on my system already, some people are going to call me mad for spending $800 on a case.Quote
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