|Item model number||220-T2-1600-X1|
|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.4 x 14.5 x 6 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.4 x 14.5 x 6 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||December 15, 2014|
EVGA Supernova 1600 T2 80+ Titanium, 1600W ECO Mode Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI and Crossfire Ready 10 Year Warranty Power Supply 220-T2-1600-X1
|Output Wattage||1600 Watts|
|Type of product||ATX12V / EPS12V|
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- EVGA 1600 T2 - "Nothing Beats Titanium"; MTBF: 100,000 Hours
- 80 PLUS Titanium certified, with 94% (115VAC) / 96% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads
- Fan Size / Bearing: 140mm Double Ball Bearing
- Heavyduty protections, including OVP (Over Voltage Protection), UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OCP (Over Current Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection), SCP (Short Circuit Protection), and OTP (Over Temperature Protection)
- 10 Year Warranty and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
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Introducing the EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2 power supply. This power supply raises the bar with 1600W ofcontinuous power delivery and 94% (115VAC) / 96% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency. A fully modular designreduces case clutter and 100% Japanese Capacitors ensures that only the absolute best components are used. What does that mean? The best stability, reliability, overclockability and unparalleled control. The EVGASuperNOVA 1600 T2 is the ultimate tool to eliminate all system bottlenecks and achieve unrivaled performance.
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Edit 2 > They (Denied) me my warranty because of an installation paint scuff(pictured). I've been a loyal customer for over 10 years. I regret buying my 1080ti from them. I'll find a brand that is loyal to it's customers. Very disappointed here.
Edit 3 > I rated this to 3 again. I've had PSU's destroy everything when they go bad and yours didn't. That's worth points.
After the bad reviews and pictures the same day EVGA contacted me with a refund. It shouldnt need to go this far but it is what it is. Love EVGA graphics cards. I'll return for more of those.
Bad experience with the PSU. EVGA should probably consider stronger consumer confidence tactics in regards to these. Just me two cents.
Who in the right mind would re-design a cable in this way, when every other PSU manufacturer have identical pinouts? Try this on a Corsair with a different company cable? No worries.
Luckily I only lost an old 1 Gig drive before learning this, but unfortunately, this now means I have to go scrambling online to buy "EVGA specific" power cables anytime I need to connect something new, lest I destroy it with one ill-thought connection.
The PSU itself has worked fine, but the cabling fiasco has guaranteed I won't buy EVGA products again in any category, because I might have to hold on to the included cables like precious arks of the covenant that won't destroy expensive equipment.
1. Jacketed Cables - For those of you doing open case builds or using windowed cases, the jacketed cables add a nice clean touch.
2. 2nd CPU Jack - I've personally never used this feature, but for those of you with the funds, the CPU's and the proper motherboard this could be a nice feature.
3. Cable Ties - Again for open builds or for good airflow the provided EVGA Velcro cable ties allow you to add a nice clean finishing touch by bundling or tying down your cables without resorting to zip ties or twistys.
4. Heavy Duty Protection - I've actually had a short in my electrical system (bad wall outlet which also caused a small fire) where I fried one of these power supplies. After dealing with the outlet, all I had to do was replace the power supply and everything down line (the CPU, the Motherboard, the memory, hard drive, etc.) worked perfectly. Honestly, that being said, I don't know what stronger endorsement I can give this product. It saved my computer and me thousands of dollars.
5. Eco Mode - Generally users and gamers in particular like the quietest rig possible. After all who doesn't like to hear themselves think or to listen to the sound track of their video game. This particular power supply has an Eco mode, which means when it is only under a light load the fan doesn't run (which means no sound) and from personal experience when the fan does run it is very quite.
Negatives - There are always a couple:
1. Add2PSU - For those of you who want to daisy chain several of these together to power one computer (which is probably not the typical user) EVGA products apparently don't work with an Add2PSU Add2PSU Multiple Power Supply Adapter , which is a popular way to do this. This is from my own experience (with 3 separate Add2PSU's) and from reading similar user reviews. That doesn't mean that there are not other ways to do this, but an Add2PSU likely won't work.
2. Finish - This one is pretty subjective, but if you are doing a windowed case or open build you might be going for a certain look. The rougher texturing on this power supply and the more rounded edges may or may not work with the particular look that you are going for. This one is more picky for sure, but could be an issue.
3. Cost - Titanium power supplies will always be more expensive due to the higher end components used to obtain the higher efficiency rating. For someone on a budget their money may be better spend elsewhere. Unless you are pulling a lot of power continuously, the payback period on a higher efficiency power supply is usually pretty long.
I've bought several of these, and I might buy several more in the near future :-)
One ended up because of both the PS failing and the SSD failing and one ended up (after spending a bit of money to find out) being the PS and the MB. So I ordered two PS (both EVGA SuperNova but one of them 1000 W and one of them 850), replaced both PS, which was when I found out one was a bad SSD and the other was a bad MB. So, I am still waiting on replacing the Board, but I proceeded to fix one of the computers (replaced the SSD with a Samsung 500 GB (reviewed below) and the 1000 W PS.
So far I am okay with the PS except for one issue... occasionally, usually when starting, the fan kicks in and makes quite a bit of noise (almost more of a rattle than blade noise). Otherwise, this is one hell of a PS. Modular, so all I had to do was install the cabling I needed for all of the peripherals (MB, SATA drives, etc.). It has an ECO switch, however it is internal so if you choose to change it, you have to open the case (Not sure of the design logic in that)
If I could give 4.5 stars, I would, but because of the noise issue and the inability to award half-stars, I opted to go with the 4 star rating, only because of the noise issue
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2-sata and 2-molex cable
Video header cables
Fun nice packaging, also.
All cables and ports clearly labeled for no confusion.
Cables are plenty long for my Thor full-tower gaming case.
I do not anticipate needing any power upgrades any time soon
Now the wide world of high-performance-per-buck AMD comes into view. I can get twin GPU's, processor, 32GB of RAM, and a motherboard for about what a new Intel processor, RAM, and MB would cost. AMD uses more power, but slaughters Intel and Nvidia in the performance-per-buck wars. Already looking at my next build, and this power supply opens up a whole new world of available power. I could even go triple Crossfire! 350 Watts each for the AMD's would be 1050W and still leave tons of room for the CPU! This rig has more than four ports for graphics card power. Impressive.
Buy one and never fear a power shortage again!
2 x 1080ti
2 monitors (40 & 32)
Ekwb watercooling setup
2 rads each 360mm, 2 pump/reservoir (cpu & gpu)
System runs 24/7 & this psu does not disappoint (had corsair 1200 & it would constantly shutdown. Apparently this is fairly common with Corsair. Google & multiple threads will come up with this issue).
This psu has zero negatives (price will deter some) but it is the total package for high power systems.
1.- Su alto desempeño y eficiencia operativa, la cual garantiza la mayor cantidad de watts de salida por watt de consumo sobre todo en voltaje de de operación 220Vac
2.- La versatilidad de conexión gracias a la oferta de puertos de conexion disponibles en el equipo.
El nivel bajo de ruido, la disipación térmica y el desempeño lo hace altamente rentable, sobre todo para operaciones de gaming y minado.
La calidad física del equipo, su robustes y garantía son valores agregados que hacen que valga la pena cada peso que se invierte por ellos.