EVGA Unveils its New SuperNOVA G6 Series PSUs
Mike Sanders / 2 weeks ago
EVGA is well-respected by many in the tech community for providing some of the best power supplies money can buy. Yes, they’re not often the cheapest, but they are definitely a market leader in terms of performance, functionality, and quality. With the new SuperNOVA G6 Series launch, it would appear that great just got even better!
EVGA SuperNOVA G6 Series Power Supplies
The EVGA SuperNOVA G6 power supplies feature a new platform design, using new materials and better layout placement to achieve greater performance with extremely low ripple and noise in an even smaller chassis. With a full-bridge, LLC Resonant Rectification, and DC-DC design, the SuperNOVA G6 provides rock-solid stability, relentless efficiency, and extremely tight voltage regulation.
Hardware OPP is designed to trip at 135% max wattage as a last resort to protect the system, but the SuperNOVA G6 also features firmware OPP to anticipate harmful load behavior 5-10% sooner by shutting off the power supply when over-power conditions persist longer than 1 ms while avoiding an instantaneous overload trigger protection malfunction during momentary peak wattage.
Smaller Size, Bigger Performance
The improved efficiency and voltage regulation minimizes heat, allowing the SuperNOVA G6 to be EVGA’s shortest ATX Gold-certified power supply.
Ultra-Quiet 135 mm FDB Fan with EVGA ECO Mode
To reduce noise, the SuperNOVA G6 maximizes the time the power supply stays silent or quiet at low to medium loads when ECO Mode is enabled.
Where Can I Learn More?
At the time of writing, EVGA has not confirmed any specific regional release dates nor how much consumers can expect this new PSU series to cost. Our guess, however, would be that the entry-level 650w design will cost around £70, whereas the top dog 1000w model will be around £100.
Therefore, if you do want to learn more about these new power supply designs, you can check out the official product website via the link here! What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!