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EVGA SuperNova G2 1000W , Full Modular, 80+ Gold, ATX, PSU £99.98 at Amazon (10 Year Warranty)
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EVGA SuperNova G2 1000W , Full Modular, 80+ Gold, ATX, PSU £99.98 at Amazon (10 Year Warranty)

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Posted 7th Oct
Fantastic value for a high quality Tier A (High-end) PSU.

Features
• Unbeatable 10 Year Warranty and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
• 80 PLUS Gold certified, with 90% (115VAC) / 92% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads
• Highest quality Japanese brand capacitors ensure long-term reliability
• Fully Modular to reduce clutter and improve airflow
• NVIDIA SLI & AMD Crossfire Ready
• Double Ball Bearing fan for exceptional reliability and quiet operation
• Heavy-duty protections, including OVP (Over Voltage Protection), UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OCP (Over Current Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection), and SCP (Short Circuit Protection)
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1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of these...
3anana07/10/2019 13:12

The difference between max efficiency and say 85% is generally so small …The difference between max efficiency and say 85% is generally so small over the course of a year's running costs it doesn't make a huge difference.


Some people also want to build a quiet system, In this case the fans wont kick in until 400W (40%).

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Whether you need all the power or not, this is a great price for a superb psu.
JohnnyRoller07/10/2019 12:29

1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of t …1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of these...


Not really. The higher the wattage, the better. I wouldn't want to use a 500W PSU to power my rig that consumes 500W. I'd want to at least double the wattage rating to ensure it's running well within its parameters.
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Just what I needed great effort OP
1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of these...
That's a bargain.
I have this PSU or at least an incarnation of it. It's been superb for me personally, so i recommend it.

For those wondering, I used to have an SLi setup but now I don't! Hence the 1000w!
only 10 SATA`s
JohnnyRoller07/10/2019 12:29

1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of t …1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of these...


Or a 6 GPU crypto-mining rig even SLI/Crossfire won't push this anywhere near limits.
JohnnyRoller07/10/2019 12:29

1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of t …1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of these...


PSUs are at their most efficient at around 50% load so this would be best at about 500W.
Gormond07/10/2019 13:00

PSUs are at their most efficient at around 50% load so this would be best …PSUs are at their most efficient at around 50% load so this would be best at about 500W.


You could power almost any PC setup (single GPU) with a 650w PSU, anything else is overkill.
Gormond07/10/2019 13:00

PSUs are at their most efficient at around 50% load so this would be best …PSUs are at their most efficient at around 50% load so this would be best at about 500W.



The difference between max efficiency and say 85% is generally so small over the course of a year's running costs it doesn't make a huge difference.
3anana07/10/2019 13:12

The difference between max efficiency and say 85% is generally so small …The difference between max efficiency and say 85% is generally so small over the course of a year's running costs it doesn't make a huge difference.


Some people also want to build a quiet system, In this case the fans wont kick in until 400W (40%).

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Would personally go with a be quiet PSU if I wanted silence though.
Whether you need all the power or not, this is a great price for a superb psu.
JohnnyRoller07/10/2019 12:29

1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of t …1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of these...


Not really. The higher the wattage, the better. I wouldn't want to use a 500W PSU to power my rig that consumes 500W. I'd want to at least double the wattage rating to ensure it's running well within its parameters.
Watch the depth on this beast, it's a good few inches longer than most 500-600w units you might be replacing.
I used to have a few P2 750w on some 24x7 rigs before never had any issues, still got one running my pc now
I wonder what this draws at the plug with zero load
8ANNED07/10/2019 13:58

Not really. The higher the wattage, the better. I wouldn't want to use a …Not really. The higher the wattage, the better. I wouldn't want to use a 500W PSU to power my rig that consumes 500W. I'd want to at least double the wattage rating to ensure it's running well within its parameters.


Then you are buying for the sake of buying, many PC owners do the same
ukez07/10/2019 16:19

I wonder what this draws at the plug with zero load


Depends on the components installed in your pc.
I stopped buying evga when they kept shipping refurbished units after rma.
JohnnyRoller07/10/2019 12:29

1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of t …1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of these...


These PSUs are top notch awesome. I bought this one in 2013 for bitcoin mining and I was powering 2 x 7990 GPUs which at the time were probably the fastest GPU on the planet but also sucked down more than 600W of power when mining bitcoins/litecoins then the PC itself needed maybe 100W of power too... But those days are long gone and now it powers a server with 12 hard disks in it 5 years later and it's still under warranty. The cables are good quality too.
Fantastic price!
That 10 year warranty is not unbeatable. My seasonic snowsilent has a 12 year warranty 🤪
JohnnyRoller07/10/2019 17:23

Then you are buying for the sake of buying, many PC owners do the same



Yep. 'Mine's better because my number is higher than yours'.....
8ANNED07/10/2019 13:58

Not really. The higher the wattage, the better. I wouldn't want to use a …Not really. The higher the wattage, the better. I wouldn't want to use a 500W PSU to power my rig that consumes 500W. I'd want to at least double the wattage rating to ensure it's running well within its parameters.


This is a 80+ gold PSU, meaning the difference in efficiency between 50% load and 100% load is a mere 3%.
8ANNED07/10/2019 13:58

Not really. The higher the wattage, the better. I wouldn't want to use a …Not really. The higher the wattage, the better. I wouldn't want to use a 500W PSU to power my rig that consumes 500W. I'd want to at least double the wattage rating to ensure it's running well within its parameters.


What a load of non-sense.
listerdude07/10/2019 20:06

That 10 year warranty is not unbeatable. My seasonic snowsilent has a 12 …That 10 year warranty is not unbeatable. My seasonic snowsilent has a 12 year warranty 🤪


It’s a figure of speech. In 10 years you’ll want to replace it because what was efficient now won’t be so good a decade from now - it’ll lose efficiency over time too even though it’ll probably function fine.
JohnnyRoller07/10/2019 12:29

1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of t …1000w you’d have to be powering an absolute beast to require one of these...


Could just about run a stock Vega 64
Amazing deal. 2m delivery though, purchased anyway.
If you're running two high-end graphics cards, this is a good deal.

If you aren't, every penny spent above what a good 600-750W CPU would cost is a waste.
HTJ07/10/2019 22:08

... every penny spent above what a good 600-750W CPU would cost is a waste.


Comparable quality 600-750W power supplies are much the same price though ...

Just remember it's 200mm deep (plus cables), a bit longer than most PSUs, so measure your case first.
Great deal.
This is a fantastic PSU and price. I bought the 850W model of this in about 2014 for more. It has a switch to run passive, and I've never had to switch it off. I'm wondering whether my 850W is enough to run a 2080Ti in SLI.... If anyone cares these are rebranded Flower Power PSUs and are absolutely awesome for the price
I'm upgrading from 2600K to a 3950X build when it's released. Heavy video editor/motion graphics artist. Going with at least 64GB RAM. Usually get powerful gpus (currently 980ti, will upgrade when I can get a notable performance boost for under £500) Do you think it's worth me investing in this particular PSU? not even sure I need to upgrade? - currently using Corsair 1000 W 80 Plus Gold Certified
Edited by: "Schmutz" 8th Oct
Schmutz08/10/2019 01:02

I'm upgrading from 2600K to a 3950X build when it's released. Heavy video …I'm upgrading from 2600K to a 3950X build when it's released. Heavy video editor/motion graphics artist. Going with at least 64GB RAM. Usually get powerful gpus (currently 980ti, will upgrade when I can get a notable performance boost for under £500) Do you think it's worth me investing in this particular PSU? not even sure I need to upgrade? - currently using Corsair 1000 W 80 Plus Gold Certified


Probably overkill. Get 700 or so.
Schmutz08/10/2019 01:02

I'm upgrading from 2600K to a 3950X build when it's released. Heavy video …I'm upgrading from 2600K to a 3950X build when it's released. Heavy video editor/motion graphics artist. Going with at least 64GB RAM. Usually get powerful gpus (currently 980ti, will upgrade when I can get a notable performance boost for under £500) Do you think it's worth me investing in this particular PSU? not even sure I need to upgrade? - currently using Corsair 1000 W 80 Plus Gold Certified


Why would you think a 1000w PSU to another 1000w PSU would make a difference?
wow, what a great price, 10 year warranty as well...

1000W is not overkill, power supplies are most efficient at 50% load; it is better to get higher wattage PSU for the peace of mind and future upgrades.

I made a mistake of getting Corsair 750W gold rated PSU a few years ago thinking this is going to be enough..... NOW I have to swap it for 1000W psu as my system ( Custom loop, overclocked dual 1080 ti's and 9900k) is pulling just over 700W from the wall.
GFunk07/10/2019 23:17

This is a fantastic PSU and price. I bought the 850W model of this in …This is a fantastic PSU and price. I bought the 850W model of this in about 2014 for more. It has a switch to run passive, and I've never had to switch it off. I'm wondering whether my 850W is enough to run a 2080Ti in SLI.... If anyone cares these are rebranded Flower Power PSUs and are absolutely awesome for the price


Easily. Fan will be on and the psu will happily run two 2080ti in SLI. The whole pc will need around 650W.
plewis0007/10/2019 21:19

It’s a figure of speech. In 10 years you’ll want to replace it because wha …It’s a figure of speech. In 10 years you’ll want to replace it because what was efficient now won’t be so good a decade from now - it’ll lose efficiency over time too even though it’ll probably function fine.


Not really. Why would I replace a perfectly fine PSU with something that is marginally more power efficient, especially if I’d shelled out 100 bucks. I’d replace it when it needs replacing...
Amazing price, hot damn.
Digitaleclipse08/10/2019 07:42

Not really. Why would I replace a perfectly fine PSU with something that …Not really. Why would I replace a perfectly fine PSU with something that is marginally more power efficient, especially if I’d shelled out 100 bucks. I’d replace it when it needs replacing...


Because the efficiency degrades over time as well as you’ll get components that are stressed. One of the big review sites did an article on this. I think they had a 10yo Corsair HX520 power supply that was still working fine but it had notably worsened in its capabilities. Also things change - look at the rails, years ago PCs used the 5 and 3.3V rails more but now most power is supplied over 12V (I think that’s the right way round).
There’s no arguing that this is a great price, for what is a great PSU. There also is no argument that you should get this if you are using or planning to use a dual GPU setup. However if you only ever plan to use a single GPU, then you really do not need more than a 650-750w max. So if you can pick up a decent 650w PSU for cheaper, then you’re saving money that you can use elsewhere on your build. I bought the 650w variant of this exact PSU for less than £40 brand new from Amazon.
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