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EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2

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    sahafiec
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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/06/25 23:50:02 (permalink)
    that's great, finally EVGA PSU's for really everyone. 
    wonder what JonnyGuru is going to say about them.
     
    Jacob, which SuperFlower platform are these using allowing them being 1.5cm shorter than the G2?
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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/06/26 02:31:13 (permalink)
    would like to have seen a P2 in the 1000-1200 watt range in the 165mm L smaller form factor.
    although the 850 would work in a small high load system, I like a little extra head room.

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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/07/21 12:34:20 (permalink)
    I surely need one of these, want to upgrade my PC soon 
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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/07/21 16:14:18 (permalink)
    Nice series. I like now these version of Eco switches more.
    OK maybe is better is outside, but anyway plan is to people enable or disable that not to change every 2h
     
     
     

     
    I think 1000-1200W is not possible to build in small case, PSU could be hotter than under full load.
    SF have own plans and designed platforms and they made some little correction and improvements but most important things stay same.
     
     

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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/09/01 01:03:48 (permalink)
    sahafiec
    that's great, finally EVGA PSU's for really everyone. 
    wonder what JonnyGuru is going to say about them.
     
    Jacob, which SuperFlower platform are these using allowing them being 1.5cm shorter than the G2?




    @sahafiec, I'm very eager to see a future review from JonnyGuru about the EVGA P2 850 as well.  I've already purchased the PSU but haven't installed it yet, as I have a G2 1300 in my system.  I'm such an enthusiast, that I couldn't help but purchase this unit as well.  I might use it in my system with two 980 Ti's in place, and then switch back to the G2 1300 when I upgrade to 3 or 4 980 Ti's.  The additional Ti's are for GPU rendering, not gaming.  Gaming with more than two 980 Ti's is very inefficient, as far as money vs reward with poor SLI scaling beyond two cards.
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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/09/01 03:59:06 (permalink)
    I wonder if the 750 p2 would fit in a prodigy m with 980ti or 970 ssc .
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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/09/01 06:13:33 (permalink)
    Refugee47, according to TechpowerUp the Prodigy M has only space for a PSU of 160mm max.
    with that said I'm afraid it would not fit with it's 165mm.
    unless there might be a way to make some more space in there.
    maybe eliminate the detachable bottom PSU frame, if possible?!

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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/09/01 07:37:34 (permalink)
    This is Bitfenix Prodigy M??? AX860i is 180x150mmx86mm... EVGA 750 P2 is shorter for 15mm.
    Sleeve Cables will need even less space than fabric.
    Smallest PSU from EVGA strong to keep GTX980Ti is 650GS with only 150x150x86mm but
    EVGA 750 P2 and 850 P2 are smallest power supplies of that power and quality on market, smaller than G2 series.

     
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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/10/17 09:15:17 (permalink)
    I have a question. Why does the 650p2 have 28 pins on the mb modular connnector please tell me if
    that is normal. (im a bit new to pcs and since im building my very first one i need to be careful) 
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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/10/22 20:34:42 (permalink)
    That is normal probably just their way to split the power from inside the PSU. The 10 pin one has all the 12v, the 18pin all the 5v and 3.3v. The end plug is 24 pin and that's all that matter.
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    Re: EVGA SuperNOVA 850, 750, 650 P2 2015/10/23 19:13:36 (permalink)
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    That is normal probably just their way to split the power from inside the PSU. The 10 pin one has all the 12v, the 18pin all the 5v and 3.3v. The end plug is 24 pin and that's all that matter.


     wait then why does the description say its a single 12v rail but you say there are other rails? (im new to psus and since im gonna build my first computer soon i dont want to waste money)
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