EVGA continues to lead the pack with overclocking products, and underlines that fact with the release of their new EPOWER V card. EVGA's new standalone VRM board provides additional power to graphics cards and motherboards, allowing you to break out of the voltage shackles on even the best graphics cards and motherboards on the market.
The EPOWER V board features two fully-independent voltage outputs, as well as a built-in EVBot MKII, which lets you adjust voltage control on-the-fly. The EPOWER V board is powered by 3 x 6-pin PCIe power connectors, while input is provided through a 12+2 phase design that provides a massive injection of VCORE and VMEM into your graphics card, letting it break through those ridiciulously low voltages, and into an entire new level.
EVGA even provides USB 3.1 Type-C and softwre controls, which lets you connect the USB cable up to your PC and use software to control the EPOWER V board. A fully detailed rundown on the amazing new EPOWER V board can be found here.
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