|Item model number||220-P2-1200-X1|
|Item Weight||9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 4 x 6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8 x 4 x 6 inches|
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
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- 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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Introducing the EVGA Supernova 1200 P2 power supply. This power supply raises the bar with 1200W of continuous power delivery and 92% efficiency. A fully modular design reduces case clutter and 100% Japanese Capacitors ensures that only the absolute best components are used. What does that mean? The best stability, reliability, overclock ability and unparalleled control. The EVGA Supernova 1200 P2 is the ultimate tool to eliminate all system bottlenecks and achieve unrivaled performance.
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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.
I installed this in my Fractal Designs R5.
It is long. It extends over the center fan location in the R5. (I had to move some things and cover a hole I cut)
Asus A88X Pro ATX mobo
AMD A10 6800
16gb Gskill sniper 2400 ram
Power color R9 380
TP Link AC1900 wifi PCI
5tb hdd (backup)
2x 2tb hdd raid 0
2x 240gb ssd
Blu Ray burner
3x 140mm fans (chassis via mobo)
2x 120mm fans (cpu)
....this psu doesn't break a sweat with this setup. I use the eco function and I still haven't heard the fan kick on.
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.
Ryzen 7 1700 OC'd 4Ghz at 1.3 volts
NZXT X62 Kraken, the above OC was not possible on the standard cpu wrait cooler that came with it.
32 GB DDR4 3200 GSkill Memory
EVGA GTX 1080ti
MSI X370 Krait
I moved to this from a EVGA G2 850 (which is gold)
This is my first EVGA product I have bought, and the name doesn't let me down. The stuff in the box was great too, little bags for everything (power supply came wtih a cover, and there was a wire bag for everything else). Eco Mode is a beast as it doesn't run the fan until it needs to consume more power. Now, I encountered some problems with this during my installation. I wanted to use an old modular cable from my old Corsair since I thought a long SATA cable would be better than using two of the EVGA cables provided. My computer wouldn't start - perhaps due to the power needed for the SATA cable? Bad cable? But then once I took it out, the power supply worked. The power supply tester was a great addition as well. How this tester works is that it basically powers the specific 2 pins in the 24 pin cable which starts up the power supply to see if it works. I checked if the EVGA was DOA, which clearly it wasn't.
So, my gripe is that do not mix and match cables. It wasn't until I had to rewire everything a couple times to figure this out.
Other than that, a solid 5/5 for this guy.