EVGA announced its new power supply family SuperNOVA G7which stands out to make a whole modularThey have a certificate 80 Plus Gold guaranteeing the energy efficiency of up to 92 percentcouldn’t miss the recurring “100% Japanese capacitors“, and the design is the most striking, as it combines the color black with a sloppy blue.
“Introducing the EVGA SuperNova G7, the most efficient 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX power supply. Backed by a 10-year limited warranty and a full suite of protections, the EVGA SuperNova G7 is ready to play.”
Delving into the information on the side includes some blue LEDs which will tell us the real timethe charge level to which the PS4 is subjected, which is divided into five levels: Level 1 (0 to 20%), Level 2 (21 to 41%), Level 3 (41 to 60%), Level 4 (61 to 80%) and Level 5 (81 to 100W). Real use? None, but hey, here you go to decorate the side of your chassis a little. The power supply has 130mm deep, so it is compact, includes a fan “super quiet” of 120mm which will only start spinning at 50% load (if ECO mode is activated), generating a noise of 20dBA up to 80% charge, 28dBA up to 90% and almost 35dBA at maximum power.
The EVGA SuperNOVA G7 They arrive with capacities of 1000W of power with one line 83.3A; 850W (70.8A), 750W (62.5A) and 650W (54.1A). They all have all the energy protections: OVP (Over Voltage Protection), UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OCP (Over Current Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection), SCP (Short Circuit Protection) and OTP (Over Temperature Protection), and a proof of the quality of the sources is that they have 10 year warranty.