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2017/07/14 00:03:48 (permalink)
Is there any chance that we will see 2000W PSU from EVGA anytime soon?
 
 
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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/14 06:57:28 (permalink)
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    Is there any chance that we will see 2000W PSU from EVGA anytime soon?



    You never know, but I would realistically say no way. With Nvidia changing over to only supporting 2 way SLI and other components becoming more and more efficient power draw is dropping enough to not warrant such a large power supply. That's not to say that there isn't a market out there for a PSU that large. But then question then becomes is there enough demand to offset the cost of developing and marketing it? I would have to say no but that is my opinion.


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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/14 07:11:44 (permalink)
    If I ever found myself in need of that much power I would just use two PSU's and power some hardware off of each.  Some cases even have the provisions to mount two seperate PSU's in them.  Top mount & bottom.

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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/14 08:42:02 (permalink)

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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/14 13:32:30 (permalink)
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    If I ever found myself in need of that much power I would just use two PSU's and power some hardware off of each.  Some cases even have the provisions to mount two seperate PSU's in them.  Top mount & bottom.

    Hi,
    I understand but I am unable to use 2 PSU's for multiple reasons. I use REMOTE PDU that is able to reboot only one port at time. Another reason is PC Case. I have such a nice PC Case but it can fit only one PSU.
     
     
     
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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/14 15:29:53 (permalink)
    options are going to be pretty limited at 2000w, even more so because some of those PSU aren't standard form size and might not fit in the case. I doubt EVGA will have a 2k watt PSU, even with the market for crypo-currency booming at the moment, I don't think there's enough demand just yet for them to make one.




     
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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/14 15:42:13 (permalink)
    EVGA only has Official announcements about Existing products.......  we have know idea of what is in the pipeline
     
     

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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/14 16:10:17 (permalink)
    I believe ATX size power supplies are limited to 1600W on 120v AC. On 240v AC you can use the 2000W PSU's.

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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/14 19:04:20 (permalink)
    Are you sure that 1600 Titanium is not enough?
     


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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/15 08:59:58 (permalink)
    Well for new VEGA RX cards won't be :)
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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/15 10:37:55 (permalink)
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    Is there any chance that we will see 2000W PSU from EVGA anytime soon?



    You never know, but I would realistically say no way. With Nvidia changing over to only supporting 2 way SLI and other components becoming more and more efficient power draw is dropping enough to not warrant such a large power supply. That's not to say that there isn't a market out there for a PSU that large. But then question then becomes is there enough demand to offset the cost of developing and marketing it? I would have to say no but that is my opinion.


    +1 especially with them moving over to nvlink instead of sli on the volta cards.

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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/16 18:28:19 (permalink)
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    You never know, but I would realistically say no way. With Nvidia changing over to only supporting 2 way SLI and other components becoming more and more efficient power draw is dropping enough to not warrant such a large power supply. That's not to say that there isn't a market out there for a PSU that large. But then question then becomes is there enough demand to offset the cost of developing and marketing it? I would have to say no but that is my opinion.


    +1 especially with them moving over to nvlink instead of sli on the volta cards.


    Remember that Mining has no need for SLI so it really means nothing for what to OP is using Graphics Cards for, New Cards or Cards on the Horizon.

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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/17 07:37:21 (permalink)
    The only 2000W PSU (I'm aware of) which conform to ATX standard is Super Flower Leadex 80 Plus 2000W.
     
    https://www.caseking.de/en/super-flower-leadex-80-plus-platinum-8pack-edt.-netzteil-2000-watt-nesf-033.html
     
    But it won't work on 110/120V grid. Its only 230/240V. 

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    Re: PSU G2000W? 2017/07/18 07:51:42 (permalink)
    Max draw on a 15A 120v circuit is 1800w so I doubt you'd see much over 1600w power supply due to inefficiencies.  You could do it on a 20A circuit, but most people don't have those in their home.  Plus I doubt MFRs want to take the chance of someone causing a fire because they decided to plug it into a regular outlet or complaints of breakers popping.

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