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A stronger power supply ensures that your motherboard lasts longer and that your components, like your graphics card and CPU, last longer. It also allows you to overclock your CPU and GPU more freely. As a result, it's a win-win scenario for your gaming PC.
EVGA has upgraded its power supply lineup with the G5 series, which includes 1000W, 850W, 750W, and 650W versions. The combination of pricing and functionality, as well as the ten-year guarantee, appeal to me about these new PSUs.
All four versions are 80 Plus Gold certified, which means they use less energy than non-qualified power supplies (less power gets wasted as heat). EVGA says they have the finest possible quality Japanese capacitors and a completely modular architecture.

The New G5 Series

The G5 Series is completely modular, as one would expect from the successor to the SuperNOVA G3 Series PSUs. Only only the wires you require keeps your system construction neat and improves airflow inside the chassis. In terms of ventilation and cooling, EVGA has included a 135 mm fluid dynamic bearing fan extremely silent.
 It has a bigger fan than the G3 Series, which allows it to move more air at lower RPMs while keeping the PSU the same size. It also incorporates the new EVGA ECO Mode fan profiles. If you want to look at the fan noise charts for each of the four new PSUs, you may do so.
The following safeguards are included in the EVGA SuperNOVA G5 Series PSUs: OCP, OVP, UVP, OTP, OPP, and SCP. EVGA backs up its claims of quality and dependability with a ten-year warranty and support guarantee.
These new power supplies are now available for purchase.
After a mail-in rebate, the EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G5 costs $74.99.
After a mail-in rebate, the EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G5 costs $79.99.
After a mail-in rebate, the EVGA SuperNOVA 850 G5 costs $89.99.
After a mail-in rebate, the EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5 costs $114.99.



     80 PLUS Gold certified, with a minimum efficiency of 91 per cent (115VAC) / 92 per cent (220VAC240VAC) under normal loads.
     Long-term dependability is ensured by using 100% Japanese capacitors.
     To minimize clutter and enhance airflow, the unit is fully modular.
     Fan with Fluid Dynamic Bearings for ultra-quiet operation and longer life.
     EVGA's 10-year warranty is unrivalled, and its customer service is second to none.
     For efficient functioning, Active Clamp + DC to DC design is used.
     The 3.3V/5V stability is improved by using a DC-DC converter.
     Correction of the Power Factor Actively
     At low to medium loads, the EVGA ECO Intelligent Thermal Control System reduces fan noise.
     Ready for NVIDIA SLI and AMD Crossfire
     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) are all heavy-duty safeguards (Over Temperature Protection)

What Is the 80+ Logo All About?

Vendors adopted the 80+ logo in the late 2000s. It was very easy, and it was verified that the power supply was at least 80% efficient at 20%, 50%, and 100% loads.
Rapid technological advances enabled manufacturers to produce power supplies that were more than 80% efficient, resulting in the emergence of super-efficient power supplies and the necessity to distinguish them.

80+ Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum are used to describe today's power supply. The EVGA SuperNova 1000 G5 offers its users an 80+ Gold certification, implying that it gives your gaming PC a 91% higher power supply under typical load.

Even if they are efficient in terms of converting AC to DC, most power supplies have significant voltage dips or show ripple that may cause long-term harm to your setup. Most 80+ gold and platinum power supply devices have consistently good build quality.

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