EVGA has just taken the wraps off three new enthusiast-grade power supplies in its flagship SuperNOVA T2 Series. These power supplies represent the highest grade of energy efficiency at a stunning 94 percent, along with an "ECO mode" to deliver zero fan noise during low to medium-load operations.
Over the past twelve years, computer PSU manufacturers have used 80 Plus, a voluntary certification program intended to promote energy efficiency in power supply units. 80 Plus, 80 Plus Bronze, 80 Plus Silver and 80 Plus Gold were the four main standards that consumers had to choose from up until 2009, when Ecos Consulting added an even higher, 80 Plus Platinum rating to its program. Three years later in 2012, Dell and Delta Electronics became the first partners to create an 80 Plus Titanium rated power supply, but unfortunately for consumers their version was only meant for servers.
Last year, EVGA surprised enthusiast crowds by being first-to-market (for consumers at least) with an 80 Plus Titanium rating on its flagship SuperNOVA 1600 T2 unit. The company is now bringing the same 80 Plus Titanium rating to three more models with a stunning 90 percent energy efficiency at full load and 94 percent energy effiency at half load.
Source: Wikipedia - 80 Plus
The 1000W T2 model delivers 83.3 amps of power on the +12V rail, the 850W T2 model delivers 70.8 amps and the 750W T2 model delivers 62.4 amps. Each power supply features Japanese Nippon Chemi-Con Solid State Capacitors for highest quality power delivery and a full DC to DC, LLC resonant circuit design to further improve efficiency.
EVGA's three new SuperNOVA T2 series power supplies will be offered in 1000 watt, 850 watt and 750 watt formats at prices of $279, $239 and $219 respectively. They are all backed by a 10 year warranty.