EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G2


Mar 25, 2003
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Tech Power Up have been taking a look at the EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G2 power supply unit, and here's a snippet from their review:

Like other members of the line, EVGA's 650 G2 unit we will evaluate today is made by Super Flower, based on a highly capable Gold-certified platform that features a fully modular cabling design. This PSU also promises a near-silent operation because of its highly relaxed fan profile, low-speed fan, and semi-passive mode feature you can opt to engage to make it completely silent at light and medium loads. Given the four PCIe connectors, this PSU can power a very strong gaming system with two GTX 980 VGAs and a powerful CPU. Some may find the 100 bucks EVGA asks for the 650 G2 PSU to be a lot, but take into account that a high-end VGA costs four to six times more and looses its value way faster than a PSU and 100 bucks will look like a decent price for a good PSU. A PSU like the 650 G2 will, after all, last through many system builds, outlive many GPU generations. We see the purchase of a branded PSU as a true investment and would encourage you to see it as one as well.


Read the full review here.


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