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EVGA shows 2.2kW PSU at the CES 2018 show

by on12 January 2018

Pumping out 183.3A on +12V rail

EVGA came to the CES 2018 show with a huge surprise, a 2200W power supply unit which will be a part of its SuperNova P2-series.

Based on a fully modular design and providing 183.3 Amps on its single +12V rail, the EVGA SuperNova 2200W P2 PSU will certainly be a favorite new buy for those hardcore coin miners.

As noted, the new 2200W PSU will be a part of EVGA's SuperNova P2-series, which currently peaks at 1600W. As the entire lineup, the new 2.2kW model will have an 80 PLUS Platinum rating with over 92 percent efficiency, be backed by a 10-year warranty, use DC-DC switching, Japanese Nippon Chiemi-con solid state capacitors, and a 140mm fan double ball bearing fan to keep it cool.

With such power output, the SuperNova 2200W comes with a total of eighteen 6+2-pin PCIe power connectors, standard 24-pin and two 8-pin EPS, six Molex and twelve SATA, and two floppy connectors.

Unfortunately, EVGA did not reveal any information regarding the availability or the price but considering that the 1600W model sells for US $429.99, don't expect it to be cheap.

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