With the SuperNova G7 series, EVGA launches new power sources. Developed as integrated ATX power supplies, which have a charge indicator on the side as a special feature.
With this five-level display, you can see at a glance how much power is currently being used in a suitable computer case. Each LED strip on the screen represents a range of 20%. In the series there are four models with a power of 650, 750, 850 and about 1000 watts. All designed to achieve 80 PLUS Gold efficiency. According to EVGA, only durable Japanese capacitors are used. EVGA offers a ten-year warranty.
The power supplies are cooled by a 120mm fan with FDB bearing. The fan starts at 50% load. Below, SuperNova G7 power supplies should run quietly. All models measure 85 (H) x 150 (W) x 130 mm (W). The cables are completely modular. Connections vary by performance class. The powerful SuperNOVA 1000 G7 can provide, among other things, eight 6+2 pin PCIe graphics card slots and twelve S-ATA slots.
Pricing is already posted on the US EVGA website. As a result, the SuperNova G7 power supply will cost between $159.99 and $239.99, depending on the model.