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EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G3 80 Plus Gold 750W Fully Modular Power Supply £91.95 with code @ eameenan / eBay
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Quality power supply for overclocks and demanding builds. 9.8 out of 10 at jonnyguru Tier A rated Discussion on OCP and OTP at Aris - just don't run the PSU near its limits :… Read more

Thanks for info. Unit is grounded and fully discharged the caps. It is a 2 pin fan connector. Any recommendations for a cheap compatible fan? its my Dad's PC and he misses checking his junk mail!! Lol Thanks in advance.


Be very careful opening PSU units, they can hold a considerable charge even when powered off for a number of hours. For the replacement fan; not much concern about CFM, RPM and dbA. A 120mm 12v fan with approximately the same Amperage would be fine. What connection does it use? Is it soldered to the PSU mainboard?


My light use office PC has a Coolermaster iGreen 600W PSU. The PSU fan has reached it end of life as it is making grinding noises even after lubrication. The PSU is a Coolermaster iGreen 600W and the (Bad) stock fan- Coolermaster A12025-25BB-2AN-P1 /120mm x 25mm / 12V 0.47A / 93cfm 2600rpm 47dbA I can't find the same fan to replace it, or even the same specs so I was wondering what is important for me to look at? Please could you kindly post links of any budget / midrange fans that are compatible with this PSU? Thank you


Thanks but I won't be engaging with them because of what the best case outcome is and what it would involve to get it. That best case is they pay all postage costs and I end up with a replacement PSU that I neither want nor need.


If it helps I had similar issue. I raised hell with evga and they eventually agreed to pay the postage. Not impressed myself, far from the excellent customer service they had around 10 years ago when I last had an issue...

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB SC ULTRA GAMING Turing Graphics Card £299.99 + £5.48 delivery at Scan
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Posted 31st MarPosted 31st Mar
EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB SC ULTRA GAMING Turing Graphics Card £299.99 + £5.48 delivery at Scan
£305.47£355.4814%Scan Deals
You probably saw the new EVGA 2060 KO card deal. I ordered one from SCAN yesterday but then decided another £24 for the original, larger card was worth the difference, so I just ch… Read more
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Scan now want £371.99 for this card so I'm glad I got in there.


I will ;)


Lol I don't remember a moment in the last 20 years when the 3rd best Gpu on the market was £300. Keep dreamin


Not the best in what way??


I like the MSI range, although I can never work out the nomenclature e.g. GP and XS variations. Your model is £300 now, so looks like you timed it right.

EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Super - £681.25 @ Amazon
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Posted 30th MarPosted 30th Mar
EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Super - £681.25 @ Amazon
£681.25£739.998%Amazon Deals
Real Boost Clock: 1845 MHz; Memory Detail: 8192 MB GDDR6 Real-time ray tracing in games for cutting-edge, hyper-realistic Graphics Dual HDB fans offer higher performance cooling … Read more

its getting crazy want to play half life 3? splash out £1000 on valve index vr headset please oh and get this card too if you want smooth gameplay


Good to see nvidia still trying to sell a 1080Ti three years later for the price it launched at in 2017


Just crazy why people would pay this much. If everyone stopped that would force them to stop treating us like idiots! Especially with how current market is


Yeah stop trolling


OK I changed my mind. Get game and watch instead! It's more powerful then this graphics card! 🤪

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB KO GAMING Turing Graphics Card - £275.99 + £5.48 delivery @ Scan
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Posted 28th MarPosted 28th Mar
EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB KO GAMING Turing Graphics Card - £275.99 + £5.48 delivery @ Scan
£281.47£299.996%Scan Deals
*THIS IS NOT AN ORDINARY RTX 2060, THIS IS A REFRESH DONE BY NVIDIA AND EVGA ONLY SELL THIS CARD RTX GeForce 2060 KO a new addition to EVGA's RTX lineup, bringing you superior co… Read more

I know the deal's over, but I'm kinda confused. How is this any different to the original RTX series 2060?


I highly doubt that with the Corona situation


seriously? I better wait for a deal!


Recently purchased an Rx 5600 xt and had to return as it just kept having issues over 2 days. Kept crashing, poor performance and in a second gaming rig it shut down twice in the desk top. Will most likely stay away from the RX cards for now.


On minimum it is revolutionary it’s using a completely different technique over standard lighting and shadows. My entertainment for this week has came to an end Good luck 🚽.

EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 Super XC Gaming - £367.82 delivered @ Amazon.fr
Posted 20th MarPosted 20th MarShipping from FranceShipping from France
EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 Super XC Gaming - £367.82 delivered @ Amazon.fr
£367.82£464.7821%Amazon France Deals
My first post... ;) EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER XC GAMING, 08G-P4-3162-KP , 8GB GDDR6, Dual HDB Fans, RGB LED, Metal Backplate + PowerLink for £367 delivered (express), poten… Read more

Expired. Back to normal price...


Showing as €529 for me. ;(

EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 Super XC Gaming 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card £489.99 at Ebuyer
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Posted 18th FebPosted 18th Feb
EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 Super XC Gaming 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card £489.99 at Ebuyer
£489.99Ebuyer Deals
Before i get into this product line, this is one of the more upper market 2070 Supers, its currently 520 at amazon, and elsewhere alot more which it were until today at ebuyer, A … Read more

Bought fantastic thank you!


Gotcha, apologies I'm not attempting to invalidate your experience, you probably know what you're doing and tried everything, the drivers are just shoddy. I mean, you shouldn't need DDU to get a £400 product working, it's just silly. I just mention these things because it helped me out, so on the off chance it might help someone else. Frankly it's unnacceptable these issues are so widespread, I'll think again before buying amd tbh. The card is very popular, I'm suprised, considering these issues which seem frequent.


Nvidia will likely price sky high unless AMD's Navi is any good...


I have a 9900k, Asus Z390-I, 16gb DDR4 3200 and a 750wat Corsair SFF PSU. My wife has a 3700x, MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon, 32gb 3200 DDR4 and a 750 Corsair ATX PSU. Both have the same issues in the same titles and have been reinstalled multiple times using the latest available drivers each time and using DDU when needed. I was a Systems Admin for a couple of years as well as a QA Lead and Games Designer for 13 years so logical testing methodology and fixing bugs is a bit of a second nature at this point. I think Hardware Unboxed are probably partially right about some people being able to fix issues with their 5700XT with DDU but my own personal experience also kind of proves it goes deeper.


Interesting, what mobo do you have? Did you install chipset drivers, and try the last driver version? Yeah if people are having issues that's pretty turd. I'd be interested to see the numbers, e.g. percentage with issues after using DDU and installing chipset drivers.

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EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB KO GAMING Turing Graphics Card £279.47 delivered Scan
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Posted 20th JanPosted 20th Jan
EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB KO GAMING Turing Graphics Card £279.47 delivered Scan
£279.47Scan Deals
So this is the new EVGA 2060 card EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB KO GAMING Turing Graphics Card in preparation of the 5600xt vs 2060.... a very decent review here: https://w… Read more

FYI this card is a binned 2080/2070 Super (TU104)! No better for gaming than a normal 2060 but for various professional workloads it's far better. Gamers Nexus video with the revelation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUFRBnJdx3Y


Yeah, I've seen that but £257 + £4 is better. :) I'm hoping we see more drops in the RTX range later today.


269 free postage ccl atm.


Keep your eyes on the Gigabyte RTX 2060 (GV-N2060OC-6GD v2), it's jumping between £257-£265 plus P&P. I'll post a deal maybe if it setttles in price for longer than an hour.


Yes, very true! Did you have a look at gtx1070's? You'll get one from CEX for £200 and very similar performance to the rtx2060? I should imagine you'll be able to keep it for 12 months and get most of your money back, if ray tracing isn't what you're after? Not that a 2060 is any use whatsoever at raytracing anyway. It literally halves the fps? CEX will give you a no-quibble 2 year warranty also... just a thought...

EVGA 450 BT, 80+ Bronze 450W, Power Supply 100-BT-0450-K3 - £19.99 @ Amazon (+£4.49 non-Prime)
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Posted 26th Nov 2019Posted 26th Nov 2019
EVGA 450 BT, 80+ Bronze 450W, Power Supply 100-BT-0450-K3 - £19.99 @ Amazon (+£4.49 non-Prime)
Edit: Not in stock anymore, now it's "Usually dispatched within 1 to 3 months." 80 PLUS Bronze certified, with 85% efficiency or higher under typical loads Fan Size / Bearing:… Read more
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That image from guru3d I believe, shows total system loaded wattage rather than CPU wattage. As you see, even with 3950x which is 16C/32T, you are at 220W with all 16 cores loaded. That's also with a very hungry Vega 11 GPU (likely not loaded for the graph mind you).


Sorry. Say you have a standard 6-8core CPU with midrange GPU which draws 250W at load (pretty standard figure). It will probably idle around 70-100W. That efficiency figure that you see quoted is based on 50% load. Once you draw less and less of that capacity, the efficiency plummets. Here is a graph for a 1000W PSU. There is absolutely no point in buying much higher other than one specific unique case.... If you require silence. That 1000W PSU if designed right will have a idle-stop fan and run in complete blissful silence most of the time.... inefficiently. With regards to future proofing. Look at NVIDIA and Ryzen. The trend is using less wattage year by year, not up. Turing is the most efficient and most expensive GPU line ever created, meaning SLI/Crossfire setups are a thing of the past except to those with unlimited budgets. AMD can push out 16 cores with a TDP of 100W. I'd welcome your thoughts. Happy to discuss in a logical way. Sorry for the original bluntness.


Are you planning to upgrade any time soon? Look into seasonic, be quiet, Corsair rm, Silverstone etc. Can't really give you advise with little information.


Nonsense how so? Go into detail so I can reply back properly.


I can't believe how nonsense this is.

EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 XC Gaming, 6GB GDDR6 £298.36 @ amazon
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Posted 19th Nov 2019Posted 19th Nov 2019
EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 XC Gaming, 6GB GDDR6 £298.36 @ amazon
£298.36£349.9915%Amazon Deals
EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 XC Gaming, 6GB GDDR6, HDB Fan, Graphics Card 06G-P4-2063-KR
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Lol what? The 2060 smacks the 1060 around all over the place. The 2060 rivals the 1080 in a lot of titles using DX12 and at worst case scenario it's about the equivalent to a 1070 Ti.


Yeah, not much at all (confused)


Not much better than the 1060 that was a much lower price


Great card for 1080p and 1440p gaming at 60FPS.

EVGA SuperNOVA 550 G3, 80 Plus Gold 550W, Fully Modular 10 Year Warranty Power Supply @ Amazon - £64.99
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Posted 17th Nov 2019Posted 17th Nov 2019
EVGA SuperNOVA 550 G3, 80 Plus Gold 550W, Fully Modular 10 Year Warranty Power Supply @ Amazon - £64.99
550W G3 Fully Modular PSU with 10 Year Warranty. Lowest ever price at Amazon.

Awesome, my current supply is making a really strange noise and I think its time for a replacement. Great find, thanks


Great price for Leadex-2 platform. I put one in my 65 year old parent's system for the energy efficiency. The silent ECO mode is a godsend for them. Forget 1000W+ PSUs. We are not in the era of cheap SLI anymore. This will power 99% of systems perfectly and efficiently. Edit: Typos


Great supply unit for the price :)


7 year warranty, not 10. Still not a bad price though.

EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 Super Black + FREE COD Modern Warfare £485.47 at Scan
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Posted 14th Nov 2019Posted 14th Nov 2019
EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 Super Black + FREE COD Modern Warfare £485.47 at Scan
£485.47Scan Deals
Although the original price is a bit steep, EVGA is always worth a buy for their amazing warranty service. At this price, with COD its a bargain.
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How do you know the 1080s weren’t thrashed bitcoin mining?


Anyone know (dont think it does) any rgb element with this gpu? cant find a 100% asnwer


Scan have a rtx 2070 super for £485 evga edition so one of the better ones but best ebuyer has is the gigabyte version for £470, But dos not mention if you get the call of duty code on ebuyer


Same card, with the ebay code with ebuyer comes to £512.35. So would pull the trigger on this instead.


Does this version have backplate?

EVGA 1000 GQ 1000W Semi Modular 80+ Gold Power Supply Unit, £104.98 at Amazon
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Posted 11th Nov 2019Posted 11th Nov 2019
EVGA 1000 GQ 1000W Semi Modular 80+ Gold Power Supply Unit, £104.98 at Amazon
£104.98£12214%Amazon Deals
Ample wattage, Tier A (High-end) PSU at affordable price. FEATURES - 80 PLUS Gold certified, with 90% (115VAC) / 92% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads -… Read more

There is no fanless 1000W PSU... really, I mean sometimes I agree with you (like the 5G and band 20 stuff) but other times your complaints are so niche it's only for your own benefit. The fan on this 1000W unit has an eco mode that's almost silent. And fanless PSUs cost a small fortune for what they are, e.g.: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Seasonic-Fanless-Titanium-Modular-Supply/dp/B01N9OLE9X The CS series isn't high-end. I have one (CS850M) but it has a short warranty and it was around tier 3 in the charts, I think it was the capacitor type that caused it top drop down a bit. The RM range and above are Corsair's best.


Well fortunately the CS750m is a good high end PSU and high end PSU are built to the same spec as server PSUs which run 24/7 for 5+ years so as long as the bearing on the fan still sounds good then you shouldn't really need to change it, I'm also guessing you are pulling nowhere near 750w anyway.


I've been using the same PSU since 2014..its been through 3 pc builds. No issue at all. I have a corsair CS750M Gold rated.. Any reason to upgrade?? I don't need more power but is using a psu nearly every day for six years dangerous?


"EVGA ECO Intelligent Thermal Control System elminates fan noise at low to medium loads" flip the switch .. altho the PSU is normally the least of your worrys when it comes to noise CPU +- GPU are worse.


Fanless for me

EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 XC Ultra Gaming, 8GB GDDR6, Dual HDB Fans & RGB LED Graphics Card, Black - £428.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 26th Oct 2019Posted 26th Oct 2019
EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 XC Ultra Gaming, 8GB GDDR6, Dual HDB Fans & RGB LED Graphics Card, Black - £428.99 @ Amazon
£428.99£542.9821%Amazon Deals
Seems to be the cheapest around at the moment that I could fine. Currently looking for a GPU and will probably pull the trigger on this... cheapest it's been according to camel.
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They are doing a 3080Ti with 16GB VRAM !!


I cannot wait for Intel’s line up, I'm not expecting them to topple the likes of the 2080ti anytime soon but the gpu market is LONG overdue a shakeup and I think this could be the start of a new era. Look at the effect the release of Ryzen has had on the cpu market when AMD dared to try something new, Intel were happily plodding along releasing tiny performance improvements year on year each time with a new socket lining their pockets and then suddenly BOOM Ryzen came along and (now especially with 3rd Gen 7nm) Intel can't actually keep up. Not only are Intel seriously suffering but we all benefit as not only do we have the fantastic Ryzen range, but Intel were actually forced to pull their fingers out their a$$es and make some changes. Without Ryzen we wouldn’t have the likes of the 9700K or 9900K either, Intel would still be bleeding us dry with 2C i3's, 4C i5's and 4C i7's, multiplier locked too to add insult to injury as they had no other reason to develop and release anything like this before. Anyway just my 2 cents but I think this could be very exciting, if the chip market stays the way it is we could almost see relative price/performance cards to before the 'crypto crisis' (y)


Next year should be a decent year for gpu. Nvidia bringing out the 3000 series, amd reportedly bringing out high end GPUs and intel releasing their first GPUs that will reportedly span from budget to high end


Nvidia's Ampere is rumoured to be release first half 2020, which is quite a big window.


No problems yet. I’m using a dual bios and running on the stock 5700 bios. Followed the tutorial here https://www.techpowerup.com/review/flashing-amd-radeon-rx-5700-with-xt-bios-performance-guide/ I wouldn’t have risked it without the dual bios but as long as you have a second card and PCIE slot you can apparently repair a broken bios (or an on board vga or old pci card). I used the 5700XT pulse bios but I believe you may be able to use the reference one. It is a risk and results seem mixed. You may need to up the power and frequencies to get decent results which makes it hotter and power hungry. I’ve not tweaked much but get around 7% performance improvement at 1080p. I think u get more at higher res. I wouldn’t do it to a noisy or hot card.

EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G1+, 80 Plus Gold 1000W, Fully Modular - £102.94 at Amazon (10 years warranty)
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Posted 23rd Oct 2019Posted 23rd Oct 2019
EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G1+, 80 Plus Gold 1000W, Fully Modular - £102.94 at Amazon (10 years warranty)
£102.94£11913%Amazon Deals
Good value and performance, Tier A (High-end) PSU.

You don't need to plug in both 8 Pin CPU power connectors unless you are looking at extreme overclocking with liquid nitrogen. Each 8 pin is 235w which is far more than a 3950x would ever use even with a silly overclock.


Thanks for the confirmation. Glad to know I'm not completely out of it yet.


It is excessive although it's a great psu, I have a 750w which is a bronze semi modular but I've had it years. It's a coolerMaster. At the time it had a 5 or 7 year warranty and was classed as a very good psu, There was no platinum and gold were very expensive, I have what I'd class as a high spec machine that has a ryzen 1700x which I had at launch, my intention is to have the 3900x or the newer 3950x when it's released I will be upgrading my psu any time now as the X570 motherboards have dual 8 pin power and my current psu only has 1, I could buy a adapter but I don't like that idea. I could use my MSI x370 pro carbon for the ryzen 9's as there's YouTube videos of my board happily running a 3900x but I'm in the opinion that if you are buying a ryzen 9 you may aswell upgrade the board and psu. Anyway after my life story I'll get back to what I was going to say. Last time I checked my current rig uses around 350watts and my pc has (below) so I don't know what you would need to be running to come anywhere near needing a 1000w psu. Nvme boot drive 2xssd 1 WD black hdd 32gb of ram 4x8gb Aio AMD 5700XT 6 rgb fans with controller And of course motherboard and cpu.


You’re right and it is overkill. Even with a heavily OC’ed CPU and 2x GPUs (which people don’t really use now) and a ton of hard disks I doubt you’d get anywhere near what this can output. Though some people have been saying get double the power rating you need for ‘efficiency’ - I don’t buy that but if that’s what they want to do, that’s for them. You can get some ‘2 PCs in 1 case’ setups too but beyond niche stuff or crypto-mining, 1000W is probably excessive. Quality PSU though.


Yes it's not needed, but good lucking convincing a wannabe expert "enthusiast" that he doesn't need the best of the best top end, despite the fat that running this so underutilized on a ~300W system will likely actually hurt its efficiency XD

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB FTW3 ULTRA GAMING Turing Graphics Card + RTX BUNDLE (3 remaining) £611.98 Aria PC
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Posted 21st Oct 2019Posted 21st Oct 2019
EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB FTW3 ULTRA GAMING Turing Graphics Card + RTX BUNDLE (3 remaining) £611.98 Aria PC
£611.98£71014%Aria PC Deals
Great price for this graphics card. Only 3 remaining and next price up is 710 from amazon. Get this whilst you can! 612 is amazing for a great gpu like this

Nvidia will not drop prices until theres a credible high end product from amd. Also same with cuda, untill and when that has realistic competition, Nvidia will hold its inflated prices. I need cuda, for rendering, and the 2080s(670ish) or 2080 at 599 quids makes it slightly better value for redshift and cycles.


A bit like fifa... its worth missing out a generation or two. Ray tracing isnt hugely important and its introduction reminds me of when Physx was introduced. Back then i had an Amd card and wasnt missing much.


Yeah I'm not sure why that myth kept persisting. Nvidia has no reason to cut prices so long as AMD maintains their 5700 prices.


Yeah the RTX series are all overpriced, and as much as i would like to buy a 2080ti i just cant justify the money for one. My 980ti sli will just have to do until we see what the next generation will have to offer


People have been saying that for over 3 months but unfortunately it hasn't happened, there has been no attempt to price them sanely. The Super cards themselves are also not that competitive considering you can get a good AIB RX 5700 XT for under £380. 2070S is £100 more which leaves room for a good deal if retailers would ever put them on sale for once, but 2080S jumps up to a ridiculous £300 more.

EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 XC Ultra Gaming, 8GB GDDR6, Dual HDB Fans & RGB LED Graphics Card, Black £428.99 Amazon
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Posted 18th Oct 2019Posted 18th Oct 2019
EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 XC Ultra Gaming, 8GB GDDR6, Dual HDB Fans & RGB LED Graphics Card, Black £428.99 Amazon
£428.99£466.998%Amazon Deals
Just got 10pounds cheaper. Good price for powerful card, if cant wait for cheap super cards xD The EVGA GeForce RTX 20-Series Graphics Cards

"I'm in total agreement about the Forza's driver nerf BTW" - iamwhoiam18/10/2019 19:34


That horrendous looking Forza Horizon 4 comparison is no longer valid. The chart was from July, and Nividia updated the driver in August, resulting in a 30% improvement for FH4 and the 2070S now beats the 5700XT (Source: https://www.techspot.com/review/1902-geforce-rtx-2070-super-vs-radeon-5700-xt/ )


I'd rather spend more for a 2070s with decent fan.


Can I just chip in, as i fancy it? I have a 2070 Super. Yes, the 5700/XT is a fantastic card that hangs with it for considerably less money. Yes, RTX is a “ nice to have” feature that does hit performance for questionable gains visually. But it IS the future, and I personally felt that the extra money was worth it for raytracing, as a console having graphics features in 12 months that my expensive card would not was not a place I wanted to be. 5700 still a great product tho.


"There are plenty of games where the 5700XT beats the 2070S", utter rubbish unless you define plenty as one or two... (lol) (lol) (lol)

EVGA SuperNOVA 650 P2, 80+ PLATINUM 650W , Fully Modular £80.47 delivered at Scan
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Posted 10th Oct 2019Posted 10th Oct 2019
EVGA SuperNOVA 650 P2, 80+ PLATINUM 650W , Fully Modular £80.47 delivered at Scan
£80.47£9919%Scan Deals
Tier A (High-end) , quiet, high quality PSU at low price.

Don't be like that!


Oh dear


What explosion? Was it in the news?


Seems in poor taste to name a PSU after a huge explosion


No, and I'm pretty sure there is a serial on the box too as I've registered several of mine.

EVGA 1000W Titanium T2 PSU £139.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 8th Oct 2019Posted 8th Oct 2019
EVGA 1000W Titanium T2 PSU £139.99 @ Amazon
£139.99£152.998%Amazon Deals
Also available on scan https://www.scan.co.uk/products/1000w-evga-supernova-1000-t2-full-modular-80plus-titanium-sli-crossfire-single-rail-833a-140mm-fan-a Amazon price matches… Read more

Got this, on eco the fan is always off


Nice find (cheeky)

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)
£99.98£13928%Amazon Deals
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% (115VA… Read more



Whilst true, what system are you using that consumers 500W of power these days? Built a killer of a PC the other day on PC Partpicker and it only used 359W, which I believe was under load.


The actual max power consumption is probably lower than people think. I buy a good PSU because I know it'll look after my components too even if it does fail. I've had good ones give up though, last year I had a Seasonic P860 Platinum just give up on a Vega 56 gaming PC, I spent ages diagnosing it until I went back to the PSU and realised that was the only thing I hadn't checked - anyway, it just stopped turning on, didn't go bang or take anything out. A good 500W PSU is actually probably fine for a high-end CPU and RTX 2080, that's why 1000W is overkill for almost everyone else.


My last build, which I figured was a pretty beefy system with a decently high end CPU/GPU and masses of storage had its 600W PSU short out on me. Figured that using the 400W I had spare wouldn't be enough, but even it chugged along just fine. In hindsight even my 650W G2 was probably overkill for my new machine which is likely more efficient than my previous one.


To everyone interested and if you’re a bit techy-minded, you should get one of those wall wattage meters you’d be surprised at how little a modern PC uses under load. And even then, wall watts is higher than the DC rated load - I have a Corsair RMi and HXi in some PCs and they can read the AC and DC wattages live and direct. Back in 2017 when mining was big, I remember plugging in a watt meter to a midi tower rig with 2x R9 290 GPUs in it and when mining it was only consuming 320W AC, which was about 290W DC and it had been specced with a Corsair RM850i PSU. One of the gaming PCs I have at home only uses 210W AC and 185W DC under gaming loads - that’s with a Haswell quad-core and an RX 480 GPU at stock.

EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2, 80+ GOLD 750W, Fully Modular 10 Year Warranty - £79.99 (1000W £99.98) @ Amazon
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Posted 5th Oct 2019Posted 5th Oct 2019
EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2, 80+ GOLD 750W, Fully Modular 10 Year Warranty - £79.99 (1000W £99.98) @ Amazon
Price recently dropped. Well reviewed, made by Super Flower I believe 1000W: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01A8ZQY06/ref=mw_dp_olp?ie=UTF8&condition=new EVGA 75… Read more

I've had this exact PSU for 7 years, it's never wavered once. Very well built, quiet and great quality cables.




Scan also include this in their 48 replacement guarantee which is awesome.


Brilliance in a box.


It's still available to order, and it's more expensive at Scan when including delivery cost.

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