EVGA Supernova 1200 P2 80+ Platinum, 1200W ECO Mode Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready 10 Year Warranty Power Supply 220-P2-1200-X1
- EVGA 1200 P2 - "Unrivaled Performance"
- 80 PLUS Platinum certified, with 92% (115VAC) / 94% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads
- Fan Size / Bearing: 140mm Double Ball Bearing
- 10 Year Warranty and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
- 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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1 x 24pin ATX
2 x 8 (4+4)Pin EPS/ATX 12v cpu
2 x 8 (6+2)Pin PCI-E VGA
2 x 3 SATA (a cable with 3 SATA connections)
1 x 4 DATA (a cable with 4 DATA connections)
1 x 4 Molex
1 x Molex to FDD Adapter
Also comes with a neat EVGA bag to store extra cables, 24 pin power tester, and 5 Velcro cable ties. This psu runs high but silent and powerful. So hopefully I helped you on this product if you are interested or curious.
The symptoms that gave it away were:
- Random shutdowns when launching graphically (or computationally) intensive games
- Required shutting off power switch on back of power supply to reset it
- 80+ Platinum
- Fully modular (Mobo, CPU, 2x VGA, 3x SATA, 1 Peripheral)
- All cables are labeled at the terminals
- All cables fully braided (black)
- Includes bag for storing unused parts
- Includes self-tester (closed motherboard jumper)
- 10 Year Warranty
- ECO mode not designed for gaming (where you have sharp increases and decreases in power need repeatedly) -- see below!
- Included Mobo cable is a bit shorter than I would like to have seen
I had noticed a decent amount of heat coming from my computer for the last 2 years and I attributed that to the powerful graphics card installed around then. I now believe it was due to the ineffiency of my old power supply. As the poor thing aged, it just became horribly ineffective turning electricty into heat rather than power... because...
This new, 80+ Platinum supply simply runs my computer A LOT COOLER (and it's the only recently thing changed). In fact, my computer fans are blowing out cold air (instead of warm) which is cooling the whole room down.
It's a hard call, but I feel it's worth the $20 cost increase over the very comparable EVGA G3 Gold 650W (which is an outstanding power supply in it's own right -- If you can't afford this one, get the G3).
The only drawback is the Eco mode... in theory this should mean less overall power use and a quieter build. In reality, it works great until you need the extra juice. This power supply just can't make the switches fast enough all the time. So on Eco mode, you are going to get occasional shutdowns... This is a one-star deduction only because YOU DON'T NEED ECO MODE! This supply is so efficient and the fan profile so well done that it's still very quiet in regular mode. There is maybe a few decible difference. So just leave that OFF and you'll be fine.
One tiny issue, but not enough to dock a star: the plastic connectors on one end are split while the other end is not—this is by design. The instructions said to connect the split connectors to the motherboard. For example, the CPU connector is an 8-pin connector. They want you to connect the two 4-pin connectors to the motherboard while the full 8-pin connector goes to the PSU. This is all well and good and I did this, however, the primary motherboard connector (the 28-pin one) is the opposite and the instructions don't say it. Thankfully, it's not actually possible to get it wrong. The 28-pin single connector will not fit into the PSU, only the motherboard. The split connector end fits in the PSU.