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January 15, 2016

EVGA Expands Its SuperNOVA T2 Power Supply Series Into New Capacities – 750w, 850w and 1000w Now Available

EVGA has recently announced the release of several new models in its flagship SuperNOVA T2 power supply series, which it originally debuted with the top-of-the-line EVGA SuperNOVA T2 1600w early last year. With the new products, EVGA expands its ultra-high-end lineup into several new capacities which include 1000w, 850w and 750w units.

EVGA SuperNOVA T2 750w, 850w and 1000w Units Now Available

As the name implies, the SuperNOVA T2 series features 80 PLUS Titanium efficiency, which means it is rated for at least 94% efficiency or higher under typical loads. EVGA also says the units are equipped with “the highest quality Japanese brand capacitors” [...]

 
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January 10, 2016

Sea Sonic Announces New PRIME 80 PLUS Titanium Power Supplies

Sea Sonic is a company known for making some of the highest quality power supplies on the market, producing high-quality models companies such as Corsair, Cooler Master and XFX. However, today they’re announcing a new flagship series under their own brand. The new PRIME series, which features an 80 PLUS Titanium power efficiency rating, which is currently the highest available on the market.

Sea Sonic PRIME 80 PLUS Titanium Power Supplies

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May 1, 2014

Corsair Launches the AX1500i, 1,500 Watt 80 Plus Titanium PSU

With the increasing popularity of GPU cryptocurrency mining and multi-GPU configurations, Corsair has recently launched their first 1,500w PSU, the AX1500i. Whether you’re trying to break overclocking records, trying to break GPU khash/s records, or simply a hardcore PC enthusiast, the AX1500i has practically everything you’ll need to feed 1,500 watts of stable, digitally-controlled power to your system, even on typical North American 115V 15A circuits. By using a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to regulate the power output, it’s also the world’s first 1,500W PSU to receive the 80 PLUS Titanium certification by carrying a 94% efficiency rating at [...]

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