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EVGA announces new trio of 1000W, 850W and 750W 80 Plus Titanium PSUs

EVGA introduces a new triumvirate of top-tier 80 Plus Titanium PSUs to power ultra-performance PCs

Derek Strickland | Jan 13, 2016 at 5:46 am CST (1 min, 45 secs time to read)

EVGA has expanded its flagship SuperNOVA T2 lineup of premium power supplies with a trio of enthusiast-grade PSUs stamped with the covered 80 Plus Titanium rating.

EVGA has brought us a ton of high-performance hardware in the past, including a fleet of ultra-fast OC NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti video cards, but now the hardware-maker aims to make its mark in the field of power supplies with its new triumvirate of ultra-efficient PSUs. Today the company's SuperNOVA T2 line gets three new contenders: a titanic 1000W flavor followed up with 850W and 750W variants for less-extreme rigs.

As the company says, "nothing beats titanium", and all three power supplies boast an amazing 90% efficiency under full workloads and 94% under half loads. Although the T2 1000W, T2 850W and T2 750W all feature extremely reliable Japanese Nippon Chemi-Con Solid State Capcitors, EVGA backs each PSU with a 10 year warranty.

The trio is fully modular and flexible for the most demanding builds, and features integrated full DC to DC, LLC circuits, a single +12V rail for "best power output and hardware compatibility", and has a number of built-in heavy-duty protections like OVP, UVP and SCP.

The SuperNOVA T2 1000W will be priced at $279, with the T2 850W at $239 and the T2 750W at $219.

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